Online Safety – Risks to Children
Children are more engaged with the internet than ever before. But with this increased reliance on the internet for knowledge and entertainment comes an increased risk to those young people using it. E-safety training is essential for you if you’re working with young people.
It’s important that you know the potential risks and learn how to help children to remain safe on the internet. This short e-learning course will equip you with the insight to encourage responsible online behaviour and protect children.
7 reviews for Online Safety – Risks to Children
This is an extremely useful course. I will recommend this course to everyone I know.
Very informative, excellent information, lots of food for thought.
I think it is very interesting and covers a wide variety of areas to make the learner think.
Brilliant course. I recommend this course.
I liked the mix of learning – audio, pictures, scenarios and then quiz.
The course was very clear which gave me good knowledge.
Very informative and gave an insight to how your home and school area should look with regards to safe internet use.
It was good – made me think how I would explain these concepts which are easily overlooked to my own children and my friends children.
This was my first course with Me Learning and I found it easy to use, full of information and I am really pleased that I chose to use Me Learning.
I really enjoyed the course and it highlighted areas that I need to look at, both at work and with my own children.
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