San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join our e-Safety masterclass - Understanding your Safeguarding Obligations
e-Safety masterclasses provide school leaders and SENCOs with a better understanding of their e-Safety responsibilities; including up-to-the-minute advice on Prevent Duty compliance and practical guidance on how to be proactive, not reactive in the management and escalation of safeguarding incidents.
9:30 Registration and Networking
9:50 Chair’s Welcome Address
10:00 Keynote Speaker: Online Safety in Schools - Effective Practice and Standards
Session led by David Wright, SWGfL and Director of UK Safer Internet Centre.
11:00 Refreshment Break
11:15 Detecting evidence of safeguarding risks and early warning markers from a police-grade monitoring service
Mark Donkersley from e-Safe Systems talks through detecting early warning signs of safeguarding risks in children and staff, including monitoring offline behaviour and multi-lingual detection
13:15 Ann Marie Christian - Safeguarding Consultant
14:15 Afternoon Break & Refreshments
14:30 Smoothwall session: How you can use existing technologies to answer safeguarding concerns
Phil Smith, Head of Product from Smoothwall, discusses how Smoothwall is helping to answer e-Safety and internet monitoring challenges in schools
15:30 Networking & End of Sessions
Parking can be found at the Millennium Square Car Park (BS1 5LL) and all delegates will receive 10% off
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Smoothwall are specialists in creating solutions to protect children online. Developers of intelligent content aware web filtering tools, we've been working in Education for over 10 years and currently protect more than 7000 UK schools and 2.5 million students every day from accessing harmful content on the internet. Our goal is to make the internet a safer place for children, and working with our partners, eSafe and the Internet Watch Foundation, we want to spread the word to help recruit people on our mission. Join one of our seminars to find out more about your Safeguarding obligations in 2016 and how we can help.