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This session will upskill practitioners on identifying and responding to risk whilst delivering sessions online. Going beyond the technological practicalities delegates will look at how to promote safe practices and respond to concerns in a digital environment.
Taking place on Tuesday 22 February 2022 (9.30am-1pm)* the interactive session will cover:
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- How to create and maintain a ‘Safe Space’ online
- Recognising potential safeguarding concerns
- Responding to safeguarding and behavioural concerns
- Sign posting and support services for staff and those engaging with digital delivery
A variety of interactive activities will be used and delegates will have the opportunity to tailor the content to their own environments in group work activities.
Please note, this session is not recorded therefore, you will need to attend live.
You can book onto this workshop for £135+vat.
If you have several staff that would benefit, do get in touch and we’ll let you know the most cost-effective way of accessing the support.
Feedback comments from previous delegates who have attended this workshop:
“Digital Safeguarding just got a whole lot easier to navigate thanks to a brilliant online training session with Lou Willis-Keeler of psych-logical. With just the right approach and pitch-perfect pace, Lou achieved the impossible by keeping all of us interested and actively involved with plenty of engagement opportunities. Lou has fantastic knowledge and warm and friendly style. We all came away feeling like it was time very well spent
Facilitators and speakers
Led by Louise Willis-Keeler, this session will be facilitated by safeguarding and behavioural specialists at Psych-Logical. Psych-Logical works with government, education providers and others to prevent mental health in children and young people, and is working closely with education providers as they deliver support and training to young people remotely.
SDN works with partners, such as Mesma and Psych-Logical to bring together top-quality specialists to support the FE and skills sector. We’ve worked with 1,000 training providers and over 5,000 practitioners over the last few years – allowing us to share practical insights and support you to take action.
Price and payment
To keep costs down, payment for the webinar series must be made online via credit card (book below). If you are a Local Authority, and unable to book via card, please email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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