E-professionalism and safeguarding children and young people online
Learning Event : Research messages workshop
De Vere Colmore Gate, Birmingham
09:30 to 16:30 Thursday, 25 January 2018
Claudia’s digital professionalism presentation was fantastic.’
(Participant, RiPfA Link Officers’ Annual Meeting, October 2017)
This workshop will support practitioners to develop a child-centred perspective on understanding, assessing and working with online risks such as sexting; online grooming; inappropriate or excessive use of digital media; digital harm and online radicalisation.
Digital and social media technologies play an integral part in children and young people’s lives and identities. This session builds knowledge, skills and capabilities to support direct practice in a digital world. The day will also explore how you can effectively manage your professional presence online.
Aimed at: Social workers, team managers, safeguarding practitioners, frontline practitioners working with children and families, family support workers and youth workers.
Research in Practice Partners with full membership have priority access in booking event places. Four weeks before an event takes place, Partners on Reduced Service/web-based membership and Individual subscribers will be able to purchase event places, subject to availability. Non-members of Research in Practice should email firstname.lastname@example.org to register their interest.