Safeguarding for online delivery training session
25 May 2020

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Safeguarding for online delivery

As schools move online, they must continue to consider and adapt safeguarding around this form of delivery. This may be an additional challenge especially for schools who have not had an online presence previously. Ensuring your safeguarding procedures are comprehensive are as vital now as they ever have been.

This session will look at:

  • The need for safeguarding in online delivery
  • How we maintain our Safer School Culture online
  • A checklist of considerations including discussions and scenarios to see how these work in practice.
  • How we can help our students protect themselves online
  • Next steps

About the trainer

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Barbara Lewin

A freelance safeguarding trainer and consultant with many years' experience of working within the ELT sector, Barbara has a broad understanding of the complexities of the ELT industry. In more recent years, as Group Safeguarding Manager she has delivered in-house training and advice, supporting DSLs within individual schools.

In 2016, Barbara founded and is the Chair of the Sussex Safeguarding Forum, providing a network for Sussex based ELT schools to share advice and guidance and liaise with the relevant local authorities. She is also a Mental Health First Aider for both Adult and Youth.

Key information

This training event is an online session running from 09:30 to 13:00 on Zoom. Participants will receive a digital certificate from English UK after the training.

Book your place

Book your place on English UK's Safeguarding for online delivery with Barbara Lewin. These sessions are £75 for English UK members and £120 for non-members.

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