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.
Make Children Safer Online: Emerging Threats – Gaming, Sexting, Sextortion.
A briefing & skills development event for child protection professionals.
‘Making Children Safer Online: Emerging Threats’ is designed to keep teachers, social workers, police officers & other safeguarding practitioners who work with children & young people, up to date with current themes, trends & best practice.
- Gaming: a parent’s perspective – the Breck Bedner case study
- Grooming and negative influences in the context of gaming
- Safer Gaming Practices (Industry safer by design approaches)
- Sexting; identification, engaging children and support pathways
- Sextortion; supporting victims, seeking help and managing aftercare
- Workshops; interactive sessions involving discussion and decision making exercises
Locations & Dates:
- London 19th November 2015
- Birmingham 3rd December 2015
- Belfast 15th January 2016
A Masterclass designed to keep safeguarding professionals up to date with current themes, trends & best practice.
This Ineqe Group Masterclass is limited to 14 delegates. It begins with a briefing on contemporary issues including child sexual exploitation, emerging threats and how offenders use the internet.
During the interactive workshop delegates learn to use our acclaimed Safer Social Networking Activity Packs (SSNAP). The SSNAP cards facilitate experiential learning, enabling participants to identify and respond to a range of risks associated with young people’s use of technology.
- An understanding of safeguarding in the context of young people’s lives and their use of social media.
- An enhanced awareness of offender behaviour, tactics and use of new technology.
- The ability to formulate prevention and intervention strategies.
- The ability to use the SSNAP training resource to cascade learning.
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).Find Out More
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