Training

Thinkuknow offers a range of training courses for those who work directly with children and young people:

Have you completed our introduction to Keeping Children Safe Online?

NCA-CEOP Understanding Online Child Sexual Abuse Pilot Course

Duration: Half day. Cost: £75
  • Course Aims

    This NCA-CEOP Understanding Online Child Sexual Abuse Pilot Course is a half-day online course delivered by members of the NCA-CEOP Education Team. The course will help participants understand online child sexual abuse, including adult-offending, child on child abuse, and preventing and responding to incidents of online child sexual abuse

  • Who is it for?

    This course is aimed at professionals working with children and young people from primary through to secondary. It is most suitable for education professionals who have specific safeguarding or Relationships and Sex Education focus within their role such as Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL's), PSHE Leads, or members of Senior Leadership Teams.

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CEOP Ambassador Course

Duration: Full day. Cost: £249
  • Course Aims

    The CEOP Ambassador course is a train-the-trainer course delivered by the CEOP Education Team. It focuses on the protection of children and young people from online sexual abuse and exploitation. Following the course delegates will become CEOP Ambassadors with an important role cascading the Thinkuknow training programme to other professionals. The CEOP Ambassador course is supplementary to any statutory Child Protection training.

  • Who is it for?

    The course is aimed at professionals working within in the statutory, educational and voluntary sectors, with the capacity to train fellow professionals.

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Keeping Children Safe Online (KCSO)

Online Training. Cost: £35.00
  • Course Aims

    Working at your own pace, Keeping Children Safe Online (KCSO) will help you gain the skills to act appropriately and confidently to protect the children and young people you work with. It will develop your knowledge on how children and young people use the internet, and how to help keep them safe from abuse. KCSO is a joint initiative between the NSPCC and CEOP, aimed at any professional working directly with children and young people. KCSO was updated January 2019.

  • The KCSO modules will cover:

    How children use the internet and technology, the risks children take online, harmful content online, online radicalisation and extremism, sharing and sexting.

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