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Hosted by Ineqe Safeguarding Group Ltd as part of the Safer Schools Partnership.


Training for Cognita

An Introduction to
Social Media 101

Register Online

Zoom Webinar
Date: 22nd April 2021
Time: 4pm
Duration: 1 hour

Professionals and parents tell us that they struggle to keep up with the evolving trends of social media platforms. There is a need now, more than ever to understand these platforms, as young people spend an increasing amount of time online. This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of social media in the context of young lives, evolving risk and safeguarding practice. Delegates gain an in-depth understanding of the core functions of popular platforms and their associated risks.

Addiction in a Digital

World

Register Online

Zoom Webinar
Date: 28th April 2021
Time: 4pm
Duration: 1 hour

Understand the addictive nature of technology and how gaming and social media platforms are designed to keep us hooked.

Explore the impact of gaming, social media and screen time on young people and learn how to create healthy boundaries.

Suicide and Self-Harm Behaviours

Register Online

Zoom Webinar
Date: 6th May 2021
Time: 4pm
Duration: 1 hour

Understand the signs, risks, and support pathways for young people experiencing suicidal ideation. Explore why young people may display self-harm behaviours, and how you can support them.

Safer
Recruitment


Register Online

Zoom Webinar
Date: 13th May 2021
Time: 4pm
Duration: 1 hour

Specialist advice and guidance on recruitment policies and vetting procedures will improve the protection of vulnerable people in your organisation. Expert advice and guidance on individual cases can also be provided in confidence.

Pornography and Sexual

Development

Register Online

Zoom Webinar
Date: 3rd June 2021
Time: 4pm
Duration: 1 hour

Explore the impact pornography and sexual imagery has on young people, the brain and their behaviour and how such exposure can create pathways to harm.