Digital safety courses

Digital safety courses offered by the Safer West Sussex Partnership

Available courses

  • Schools package course details

    Delivery method

    Online but with option to buy additional add-ons, including face-to-face.

    Intended audience

    Staff, parents and carers, and students.

    Intended outcome of delivery

    • Support schools with the teaching of online safety.

    Additional information

    Log into West Sussex Services for Schools, go to the store and search for Digital Safety SLA, where you can find out more information and purchase an annual package.

    If you have any questions or queries about the package, please email: communitysafety.wellbeing@westsussex.gov.uk.

  • Safeguarding children online course details

    Description

    This session will help inform on how to help safeguard vulnerable children and young people when using the internet and digitally enabled technology and will better equip you to be able to support individuals to be more resilient of the risks they may face online, know where to go for help and support and make you aware of useful resources.

    Delivery method

    Delivered via webinar.

    Intended audience

    WSCC staff and external professionals.

    Length of input

    2 hours.

    Intended outcome of delivery

    • Have an awareness of current online activity & digital technology.
    • Recognise safe online practices and behaviours.
    • Describe measures that can be put in place to safeguard yourself and others.
    • Identify the help/support and resources available.
    • Know how to report any concerns.

    Booking

    You can book through the West Sussex County Council Learning and Development Gateway - Safeguarding children online training

  • Safeguarding adults online course details

    Description

    This session will explore how to help safeguard adults when using the internet and digitally enabled technology and will better equip you to be able to support individuals to be more resilient of the risks they may face online, know where to go for help and support and make you aware of useful resources.

    Delivery method

    Delivered via webinar.

    Intended audience

    WSCC staff and external professionals.

    Length of input

    2 hours.

    Intended outcome of delivery

    • Have an awareness of current online activity & digital technology.
    • Recognise safe online practices and behaviours.
    • Describe measures that can be put in place to safeguard yourself and others.
    • Identify the help/support and resources available.
    • Know how to report any concerns.

    Booking

    You can book through the West Sussex County Council Learning and Development Gateway - Safeguarding adults online training.

  • 'Are you scam savvy?' sessions course details

    Description

    Resident focused session raising awareness of online safety and fraud.

    Delivery method

    Through webinar and/or face-to-face.

    Intended audience

    Community groups.

    Length of input

    1 hour 30 minutes.

    Intended outcome of delivery

    • To help raise awareness of different types of scams.
    • Give people the knowledge on how to spot scams.
    • Know what to do if you, or your family, become a victim of online fraud.

    Booking

    You can book through Eventbrite - Are you scam savvy? sessions.

Find out more about who needs to pay for our courses on the training charges page.