Capita conferences release details of their Child Protection in the Digital Environment conference
Child Protection in the Digital Environment
Tuesday 23rd September 2014 – Central London
Recent years have seen the evolution of mobile and digital technology transform how children interact in their daily lives. It is vital for professionals with a duty to protect children to establish effective e-safety strategies by keeping up to date with cyber culture in this rapidly evolving agenda.
Our well-established Child Protection in the Digital Environment Conference showcases leading figures in e-safety who will guide you through essential topics to help you deliver a multi-agency approach to safeguarding children.
With a cross-Government commitment to making the internet safer for children, the new ICT curriculum launching in September 2014 and e-safety provision now part of Ofsted’s inspection framework, protecting children online is a key priority. Hear from policy makers and innovative practitioners from schools, local authorities, police, charities and internet providers, about the hottest topics including:
· Mitigating the risks of the emerging social media ‘app’ market
· Embedding e-safety across the curriculum
· Managing inappropriate internet usage, cyber bullying and sexting
· Tackling online sexual exploitation and grooming
Attend this conference to ensure you have the knowledge and tools needed to safeguard children by minimising risk, whilst empowering young people to use digital technologies responsibly and safely.
Expert Speakers Include:
· Chair: Susie Hargreaves, Chief Executive, Internet Watch Foundation and Board Member, UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS)
· Keynote: David Miles, Director Europe, Middle East and Africa, Family Online Safety Institute
· Laura Higgins, Helpline Manager, UK Safer Internet Centre
· Craig Turner, Assistant Head Teacher, Orchid Vale Primary School
· Mubina Asaria, e-Safety Coordinator and Virtual Learning Environment Manager, Greenford High School
· Ken Corish, Online Safety Manager, South West Grid for Learning (SWGFL) and, UK Safer Internet Centre
· Alan Earl, Field Intelligence Officer, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and Harm Reduction Officer South West Grid for Learning
· Rebecca Avery, e-Safety Officer, Kent County Council
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