20th Sep 2016
Thames Valley police and Oxfordshire County Council are running a Safeguarding Risks Online – Learning Event. details can be found below or by following the link.
Safeguarding Risks Online – Learning Event
Monday 19th September 2016
Registration from 09:00 – Close at 12:30
**Now available for booking **
A free half day learning event at Drayton Park Golf Club, Steventon Rd, Drayton, Abingdon, Oxford, OX14 4LA for professionals and practitioners including Schools and Education Settings, Early Years Settings, Housing, Criminal Justice Services, Health Services, Children’s Social Care and Charities/ Voluntary Sectors from across the Thames Valley region.
This practical event will look at examples of good practice, resources and table discussions on how to improve inter-agency working. The morning will cover online safety issues for children and young people e.g. risks associated with content, commerce, conduct and contact.
If you wish to reserve yourself a place at this event, please contact April McCoig at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01753 835467.
After attending this event delegates should understand:
- Current online risks e.g. content, commerce, conduct, contact to include gaming
- 2. What is sexting, the law and how to respond: Consulting young people to inform practice (presentation by Oxfordshire County Council and Thames Valley Police)
- What healthy relationships are (on and off line) and how to educate young people on them (presentation from Oxfordshire Child and Adolescent Harmful Behaviour Service)