The overall aim is to equip professionals working with young people with the knowledge and resources to educate and protect young people about the risks of being online, particularly in relation to nude selfies and online sexual abuse.
- Introduction to CEOP and Reporting
- Children and Young People Online
- Online Sexual Abuse
- Nude Selfies: What Professionals Need to Know
- The Thinkuknow Resources
- Additional resources from other providers
THIS IS A POLICE COURSE - PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY PLEASE NOTE – The CEOP trainers have the right to refuse entry to any delegate who does not provide the required clearance and identity documents detailed below on the day. All delegates attending the Thinkuknow Training course must present photographic ID to the Ambassador running the training at Event Registration for verification purposes. Acceptable forms of photographic ID are a passport, driver’s licence or work ID including a photo. Additionally, we ask delegates (except those employed by the police service) to provide a email from their employer (line manager or headteacher) stating:
This must be sent prior to training to the LSCB Training department - firstname.lastname@example.org There is a template for this in the course attachments. Delegates must register for a free account at www.thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals in order to access to all of the Thinkuknow resources. On completion of the course, access will be given to the full range of resources. As a law enforcement agency, CEOP insists that any convictions are disclosed directly to us prior to attending the event - email@example.com.
- The delegate’s role and length of employment period/association with the organisation they are representing;
- The relevance of the training to the delegate’s role;
- How the delegate intends to apply the knowledge gained;
- Confirmation that the organisation has undertaken necessary risk assessment that the delegate is suitable to work with children and young people.
This course is aimed at professionals who work directly with children and young people, including:
- Youth workers
- Social workers
- Police workers
- Child Protection professionals