A one-day conference NEW DATE: 13th January 2021 10 Union Street, London.
Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age
Digital technology continues to evolve at an extraordinary rate, providing children and young people with countless opportunities for learning, development and socialisation. It also presents ever increasing threats to their wellbeing and safety.
The 4th national conference on Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age will provide essential learning for the entire children’s workforce.
The conference, on Wednesday 30th September 20203, will enable delegates to:
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Paper impacts on the practice of education and safeguarding professionals Get up to speed with how young people are interacting with the full range of current digital platforms Encourage children and young people to think critically about their lives online and build digital resilience Support professionals to risk assess incidents of sexting and identify the most appropriate ways to respond Allow young children in their early years to take age-appropriate risks online so they can learn how to navigate the digital world safely Employ a whole-setting approach to teach online safety and embed digital skills in the workforce Understand the digital experiences of vulnerable young people including those in care, not in school, and young carers, and enable them to stay safe Have difficult conversations about online grooming risk that are relevant and engaging for children and young people Deliver age-appropriate advice about the risks and consequences of gambling and gaming
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