INSET Workshop – Protecting your ON-LINE Professional Identity

We are delighted to offer this workshop by Alan Earl.

Alan is an E-Safety consultant with South West Grid for Learning.

Date. Wednesday 7th March 2012 from 4.00 for coffee for a 4.15 pm start. Finish at 5.45.

Venue. Westcliff Primary School.  Google Map here.

Cost. This is free of charge.

Intended for. All teachers, support staff and governors.

Key Stage/Phase. All

Workshop overview. This workshop will consider:

  • What is professional identity and how does it change in an online world?
  • Case studies of professional abuse from both young people and adults which highlight the potential risks and impacts
  • What protection mechanisms are provided by technologies and how can they be used to protect professional identity
  • Legal issues related to the abuse of professionals online
  • How do we develop effective policies to protect staff in the workplace?
  • How do we make employers aware of their responsibility in protecting their staff?
  • How do we communicate to young people/parents/etc the potential impact of online abuse, what is not acceptable and what measures will be taken if such incidents occur?

If you wish to attend this training please Leave a Reply below, adding your name (or names) and School.

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One Response to “INSET Workshop – Protecting your ON-LINE Professional Identity”

  1. Glen Woodward says:

    I’d like to attend please.

    Glen Woodward
    Chair of Governors
    Exminster Community Primary School