On Tuesday 6 February, Liverpool County FA will be joining people across the world in supporting Safer Internet Day.
The message for this year’s Safer Internet Day is “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”. Liverpool FA will join more than a thousand organisations across the UK to help inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration promotes the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
On Monday 5 February, Liverpool Football Club will be hosting a FREE seminar at Anfield for anybody that works in a safeguarding position to provide education with regards to promoting the safe use of digital technology.
The session will be delivered by the UK Safer Internet Centre’s POSH (professionals online safety) team in the Carlsberg Lounge and will cover the following:
POSH session for wider safeguarding professionals - set up, how to get in touch, what online safety issues they can provide advice on, trends the helpline is seeing and some specific cases they have supported professionals with. The session will also look at how the helpline can support professionals with their professional reputation as well as how they can support professionals with online safety issues relating to the children or young people they work with. This session is suitable for any professional working with children and young people including safeguarding, youth workers, social workers, police, sports clubs and so on.
If you want to raise your levels of knowledge and understanding, and gain some helpful advice on how to ensure the digital world remains a positive experience, take advantage of this free resource.
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For more information on Safer Internet Day, please visit www.safterinternet.org.uk