Child Exploitation and Online Protection Training – NEW!
Thinkuknow Introduction Course – This free, six hour, training course is delivered by our own CEOP-trained Ambassadors. The training provides an introduction to the work of CEOP, and a presentation on how young people are using technology, outlining some of the associated risks and the preventative measures that can be undertaken.
The course also introduces you to the Thinkuknow education resources for all ages and trains you in how to deliver the Thinkuknow presentations/resources.
Aims of the course – The Thinkuknow Introduction course:
Provides an overview of CEOP and the Thinkuknow education programme
Introduces new technologies and how young people use them
Highlights some of the risks associated with these online environments
Shows how the free Thinkuknow education resources respond to these risks
This free course is run by CEOP-trained Ambassadors (i.e. professionals that have completed our Ambassador training event). On completion of this course, you will be given access to the Thinkuknow presentations and resources.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at professionals who work with children and young people, such as:
- youth workers
- social workers
- police officers
- child protection professionals
- public protection officers
- LSCB e-safety leads
Course Leader – Jo White – CEOP Ambassador, The Marches. Also speaking PCSO Dave Bryant – West Mercia Police.
On the day of training you MUST bring the following documentation:
Professionals (i.e. teachers, social workers, youth officers)
A clean Enhanced CRB issued within the last three years or a DBS (Disclosure & Baring Service) certificate from 1st December 2012; DBS certificates have now replaced CRB’s).
If the Enhanced CRB was not issued within the last three years then you must bring your Enhanced CRB and a letter from your organisation on letter headed paper, signed by a senior manager and making the declaration below.
If you have been in continuous employment in a role working with children/young people for over 10 years and therefore could not have been required to produce a DBS / Enhanced CRB certificate please provide a letter from your organisation on letter headed paper, signed by a senior manager and detailing whether you have any convictions and making the declaration below:
DECLARATION to be made when the applicant cannot produce an Enhanced CRB issued in the last 3 years
“This is to confirm that we have undertaken a risk assessment of [Insert Delegate Name] and are satisfied that they are suitable to work with children and young people.”
To find out when these courses are running please view our online events calendar.