To help parents ensure their children stay safe online whilst getting to explore and discover new things , click on the link below to access a list of our free resources which provide information and advice for parents about Internet safety.
Please click on the link below to obtain free CPD-certified anti-bullying online training for anyone that works or lives with children and young people.
The following online training courses are available:
- What is bullying?
- Bullying and the Law
- Bullying and SEN/disability
- 10 principles to reduce bullying
- Preventing bullying
- Responding to bullying
- Cyberbullying (Online bullying)
- Young Carers and Bullying
- Looked After Children and Bullying
- Mental Health and Bullying
- Sexual Bullying
Digital Safety training for parents and carers
The training is designed to equip adults with the knowledge to understand the potential risks associated with keeping children and young people safe online, while also covering the many positives of the digital world. During the training, attendees will learn about harmful content online, cyberbullying, gaming, live-streaming, grooming, popular apps and social media, and much more.
Bullying Awareness for Parents and Carers
As a parent, discovering that your child or young person is experiencing bullying, or is involved in bullying, can be daunting. As parents how we choose to react and how we respond to bullying behaviour is vital to reaching a successful outcome for everyone involved.
Our Bullying Awareness Training for Parents and Carers course is specifically designed to develop awareness of bullying and cyberbullying. The session explores recent guidance, news articles, updates in law and offers a myriad of practical solutions for parents to effectively support their children at a time of need. We empower parents to work collaboratively with their child's school environment.
Sharing Parenting Workshops
Some of the topics covered on both these courses are:-
- Parenting Roles – Learn to give your self a pat on the back for all the parenting roles you play everyday
- Communication – Styles of parenting – What is an assertive parent and how does this support your teenager?
- Needs – Our changing teenager’s needs and our needs too
- Understanding Challenging Behaviour – Why does your teenager want to take risk taking activities?
- Active Listening – What does this really mean and how does this help to keep a calm house?
- Effective Discipline – What positive behaviour changes can you make to support your teenager?
- Labelling – Does a label effect behaviour?
- Building Self-Esteem – at home, with friendships, school work, exams and more