Carers Cyber Resilience Training
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Carers cyber resilience training
We have worked with the Scottish Government to develop cyber resilience and online safety training for kinship carers. The programme is designed to be delivered to carers by their social workers, either in groups or individually.
The course focuses on the basic awareness of relevant issues and help carers talk to their child about being safe online and developing skills. The training course also includes up to date resources and organisations that can provide further advice and support.
Evaluation forms for this training can be requested from our team.
There is an online Cyber resilience and internet safety training leaflet that supports this training and is available for download by clicking on the image below
Modules to download
To supplement this core training, we are producing a further 10 modules covering a range of relevant issues for kinship carers. The modules have around one hour of content. Trainer notes are also available for the modules.
Addictions, gaming, pornography (PowerPoint)
Applications social media and safe navigation (PowerPoint)
Brain development (PowerPoint)
Communicating safely (PowerPoint)
Child sexual exploitation (PowerPoint)
Digital footprints (PowerPoint)
Privacy and security online (PowerPoint)
Technology assisted harmful sexual behaviour (PowerPoint)
The training materials can be downloaded and adapted for use by organisations on the understanding that our authorship is acknowledged. Lucy Faithfull Foundation Scotland and our parent UK charity Lucy Faithfull Foundation are also able to provide online and offline training in this area to carers, social workers and other professionals.