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Walk Online Roadshow for Parents, Carers and Professionals - FREE EVENT

Virtual Walk On Line Roadshow for Parents, Carers & Professionals

25th February 2021 at 18:30 till 20:30

Overview

This workshop will look at the online world and how our young people are using it. It will explore how they are navigating around restrictions and using the internet without parents knowledge.

The workshop will include content in regards to favourite apps and games and it will look at the dangers young people face not only from predatory bad people but also how they are being groomed in games which ranges from receiving gifts for the younger player (Primary age) and being groomed on servers for the older players (Year 5 and secondary). 

The workshop will look at bullying across all age ranges and explore the use that gangs make of the online world. It will also look at sexting and how the wrong reaction from a parent can destroy family relationships forever. 

The workshop will look at how all young people are being influenced online and forming ideologies and views that might be diametric to the parents, which can also give them a skewed view of the world. It also looks at how influencers work, which can lead our children to conduct dangerous challenges

The workshop also explores solutions that parents can adopt to help keep their children safe which includes how to use settings on apps to ensure safe use of games and how parents should approach the online arena. The workshop also explains the Stranger Danger message that parents are familiar with to make it ready for 2020/21.

Trainers: The Two Johns (EST Training)

Feedback from previous sessions

"Every Parent needs to go to this event" 

"I was shocked at how much I didn't know"    

"You Need to put more of these events on so more Parents can benefit"

 These events get booked quickly. To avoid disappointment complete and complete the application form below. 

To attend this training, please click on the link below

Suitable for Parents, Carers, and Professionals who want a better understanding of today's virtual world and Online Exploitation of Children and Young People . Not Suitable for under 18 years.
 
PLEASE NOTE:
  • Whilst this training is free, failure to attend without 48 hours' notice will result in a £50 non-attendance fee (parents excluded)Full details are available in the LSCP Charging Guidelines and Policy
  • Participants are expected to attend for the whole event.
  • Places will be allocated to ensure a variety of agencies are able to attend, if you have been booked onto this training, you will receive an email from the LSCP Business Team.  Could we please ask that if you are not in receipt of this that you do not attend.

By submitting your application form, you are agreeing to the below:-

  1.  I confirm that I have read the attendance criteria and learning outcomes for this course and believe that I will significantly benefit from this learning.
  2. I will take all necessary steps to ensure that the learning outcomes are reinforced in the workplace (professionals only).
  3. I agree to complete post-course feedback at the end of the training session and will complete the follow up survey six weeks later (all attendees).  I am aware that failure to complete either of these feedbacks will result in notification to my manager and I will not receive my certificate of attendance (professionals only).
  4. I understand that places will be allocated by Thurrock Safeguarding Children Partnership.
  5. I understand that my details may be securely and confidentially retained by Thurrock Safeguarding Children Partnership for statistical and information purposes only.
  6. I agree to reimburse Thurrock Safeguarding Children Partnership for late cancellation or non-attendance, without 48 hours notice (professionals only).

DATA PROTECTION

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018, the information provided on this form will be held for the purposes of training and development.  This information will be stored securely in electronic format and any original hard copies disposed of as confidential waste. The information will be processed by members of the LSCP Business Team and will be kept in accordance with retention policies.  It may be shared with other LSCP members for the purposes of audit and scrutiny.

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