Free Online Safety Live 2024 - Thursday 25 January

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The UK Safer Internet Centre are delighted to partner Bradford Council to deliver a FREE Online Safety Session at The Innovation Centre Bradford. Open to all who work with children and young people, this event will give you the latest in research, legislation, technology, tools and resources.

Safety online is constantly changing and the purpose of Online Safety Live events is to provide access to this information, right on people’s doorsteps. We understand that everyone is busy and the feedback has been clear that getting time away from work is a challenge – this is the why we have organised these events as short briefing sessions. They provide vital information, critically supplemented with access to detailed resources to review later. The team will also be available to answer any of your online safety queries or questions.?

Delivered by the team at SWGfL, a charitable trust dedicated to empowering the safe and secure use of technology through innovative services, tools, content and policy, nationally and globally. We are proud to be a world leader in online child safety, a founding member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety as well as an advisor to Governments and a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre. We have created award winning resources and services that especially help and support professionals working with children and young people.

The Digital Exchange building does not have a dedicated carpark however there is ample metered on street parking around the centre and carparks within close proximity. Burnett Street car park is situated within 5 minutes walking distance of the Innovation Centre. Postcode for Sat Nav: Burnett Street car park –BD1 4AU.Postcode for Sat Nav: The Innovation Centre, Bradford - BD1 5BD

Please note the entrance to the centre is located on Burnett Street.

Book your free place here.


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Published: 17/10/2023
Audience: All school staff
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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