Ineqe Group provide specialist advisors to support clients across six key areas.
Schools & Colleges
Safe & Secure Schools & Colleges delivers a range of services to help schools.
Radicalisation, hard to engage communities and new challenges facing schools are amongst the issues address by this flagship Safe & Secure Schools & Colleges conference at the Institute of Education, London on Monday 1st December 2014. Key lessons on inspection, vetting, crisis management and occupational health are also addressed by leaders in the field.
- Inspection – what does ‘safe’ look like?
- Improving standards – engaging hard to reach communities
- Recruitment – vetting, barring & aftercare
- Managing crisis & evacuation – have you got a plan & tested it?
- Pastoral care – Occupational health, caring for the carer
- Technology – the internet, opportunities & behaviour
A simple yet innovative approach to facilitate offline learning about online risks.
Jim Gamble QPM and the How to be Safer (h2bsafer) team are hosting a masterclass for teachers, social workers and other child protection professionals in five locations across Northern Ireland. Jim will brief delegates on contemporary child protection issues including child sexual exploitation, the use of technology and how offenders use the internet.
The second session will introduce delegates to Safer Social Networking Activity Packs (SSNAPP). These cards have been designed to enable participants to consider a range of risks associated with the use of social media.
Whether your organisation uses social media or not, your staff most certainly will. You should therefore have an ‘Appropriate Use of Social Media policy.’ The development and adoption of such guidelines is the only way to ensure your organisation, brand and staff are protected.
- Raises critical awareness for supervisors and key members of staff that they can cascade to the employees about risks to staff and organisational reputation by personal misuse of social media by individuals connected to the organisation.
- Equip organisations to develop their own, bespoke social media policy.
This course is approved by Queen’s University School of Education (Accumulating 5 CAT Points), Belfast and will be delivered over two sessions on the following dates: 26th and 27th February, 19th and 20th March, 29th and 30th April 2014 (10:00 – 16:00). Find Out More
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