DIGITAL SAFETY COmmunity TRAINING

The Digital Safety CIC are committed to protect and and support, schools, community centres and the many other persons in society who are digitally vulnerable. We can provide materials and training to help support community leaders to distribute knowledge. Our team are highly experienced digital safety professionals who have delivered training sessions and education across schools, businesses and communities.

We are proud to have created informative sessions of training and guidance which have been specifically designed for the public, private and third sector.  We will always aim to tailor and bespoke our products to the required audience, including:   

The Digital Safety CIC are committed to protect and and support, schools, community centres and the many other persons in society who are digitally vulnerable. We can provide materials and training to help support community leaders to distribute knowledge. Our team are highly experienced digital safety professionals who have delivered training sessions and education across schools, businesses and communities.

We are proud to have created informative sessions of training and guidance which have been specifically designed for the public, private and third sector.  We will always aim to tailor and bespoke our products to the required audience, including:   

Network of Networks

Network of Networks – we believe by connecting people and knowledge we can improve the lives of those online and have an impact on positive changes in the community.

Materials

To further community awareness of Digital Safety we have assets including case studies, tailored to the audience in a straightforward and easy to understand format across all aspects of Digital Safety.

Cyber security for charities and the third sector

Charities just like any other organisation, are vulnerable to cyber threat and fraud.  As charities become more reliant on technology to operate in the modern world the potential for cyberattack is continually increasing.   Backing up data – Passwords and Multi-factor authentification (MFA) – preventing malware – keeping devices safe – avoiding phishing attacks.

Digital safety for schools

Awareness training and education aimed at schools and other educational institutions.

Students: Primary & Secondary appropriate education including A.I, fake news/deep fakes, cyberbullying/ stalking and sharing of indecent images.

Staff: Meeting the statutory training requirements for the upskilling of staff to help safeguard and maintain the development of children from an early age about the importance of protecting their personal information.

Online security advice, hints and tips

Online security advice, hints and tips: Essential information aimed at upskilling, protecting and safeguarding the online presence of families, parents, carers and vulnerable people. Digital footprint – the dangers of oversharing- security and privacy settings – cyber security – top tips and safeguarding.

Practitioner training

Digital safety for victims of domestic abuse. Training designed for professionals working with victims of domestic abuse. The aim is to provide digital knowledge around securing devices, accounts and safeguarding.

Courses/Education

Courses/Education

Digital Safety offer a range of community-based courses. Our approach will always be people first and human-centred, primarily focused on the physical and social environments, not just the technology.

Digital Safety offer a range of community-based courses. Our approach will always be people first and human-centred, primarily focused on the physical and social environments, not just the technology.

Level 1- Essential Digital Skills

Level 1 – Essential Digital Skills

Course Objective:
This course will allow learners to demonstrate understanding of, and competency in, the essential digital skills they need for life and work. It will enable learners to engage with digital services and products in everyday life and work.

This qualification will enable learners to:  

  • Build digital skills for everyday life
  • Build digital skills for work

Who is this course for: Learners aged 14 and above.
Duration: 3 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Course Objective:
This course will allow learners to demonstrate understanding of, and competency in, the essential digital skills they need for life and work. It will enable learners to engage with digital services and products in everyday life and work.

This qualification will enable learners to:  

Build digital skills for everyday life
Build digital skills for work

Who is this course for: Learners aged 14 and above.
Duration: 3 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Level 1- Certificate in Digital Skills

Level 1 – Certificate in Digital Skills

Course Objective:
This course will allow learners to demonstrate understanding of, and competency in, the essential digital skills they need for life and work. It will help learners progress to a work role where digital literacy skills are required.

This qualification will enable learners to:

  • Use digital resources to facilitate own learning and career progression
  • Understand how to maintain safety and security when using data and devices

Who is this course for: Learners pre 16 and above with basic IT knowledge.
Duration: 5 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Course Objective:
This course will allow learners to demonstrate understanding of, and competency in, the essential digital skills they need for life and work. It will enable learners to engage with digital services and products in everyday life and work.

This qualification will enable learners to:  

Build digital skills for everyday life
Build digital skills for work

Who is this course for: Learners aged 14 and above.
Duration: 3 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Level 1 – Essential Digital Skills

Course Objective:
This course will allow learners to demonstrate understanding of, and competency in, the essential digital skills they need for life and work. It will enable learners to engage with digital services and products in everyday life and work.

This qualification will enable learners to:  

Build digital skills for everyday life
Build digital skills for work

Who is this course for: Learners aged 14 and above.
Duration: 3 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Level 1 – Certificate in Digital Skills

Course Objective:
This course will give learners an understanding of, and competency in, digital literacy skills. It will help learners progress to a work role where digital literacy skills are required.   

This qualification will enable learners to:   

Apply digital skills in personal and business situations
Understand how to maintain safety and security when using data and devices
Find and use information
Use digital resources to facilitate own learning and career progression
Communicate socially and professionally using technology
Use word processing software to create straightforward text and documents.

Who is this course for: Pre 16 and above with basic IT knowledge.
Duration: 5 days.
Location: UK in Person.

Our Events

Our Events

Our events team deliver ground-breaking events around the Digital Safety topic bringing together a diverse group of thought leaders, educators, and experts in the field of digital wellbeing to address the pressing issues facing young people in the digital age. Our Inaugural conference in September 2023 featured an array of insightful speakers resulting in a highly impactful and informative day.

  • Gain insights from renowned experts
  • Acquire practical tools and techniques
  • Collaborate with like-minded professionals
  • Shape policies for digital wellbeing
  • Expand your network of contacts

Our events team deliver groundbreaking events around the Digital Safety topic Bringing together a diverse group of thought leaders, educators, and experts in the field of digital wellbeing to address the pressing issues facing young people in the digital age. Our Inaugural conference in September 2023 featured an array of insightful speakers resulting in a highly impactful and informative day.

Gain insights from renowned experts
Acquire practical tools and techniques
Collaborate with like-minded professionals
Shape policies for digital wellbeing
Expand your network of contacts

Who is this course for: Learners aged 14 and above.
Duration: 3 days.
Location: UK in Person.

What is the future for Digital Wellbeing? Matthew Smith – If U Care Share, Adam Bolas – Digital Woof, Luisa Fassi – University of Cambridge and Peter Kawalek – Loughborough University