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Webinar catch up. Early Learning & Childcare Practitioner webinar with NCSC: Cyber Security for Childcare providers: why it matters and top tips.

Webinar recording from Friday 26th  February 1300-1330. Early Learning & Childcare Practitioner webinar with NCSC: Cyber Security for Childcare providers: why it matters and top tips.

All childcare providers want to create a safe and secure environment for the children in your care. As we become ever more reliant on digital technology it is increasingly important that you protect data (on children, staff and families), finances and also the integrity of any digital systems you use, including email, communication channels and databases.

There are a handful of steps you can take to minimise the potentially costly and disruptive effect of a cyber incident, and better safeguard the children in your care, as well as your business’s finances and reputation. This short seminar is for anyone working in childcare in Scotland. It is run by the National Cyber Security Centre (www.ncsc.gov.uk), and supported by the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and Care Inspectorate, as part of CyberScotland Week. It will provide you with advice and steps you can take to minimise the likelihood and impact of a cyber attack on your setting, and information about where to get help and advice if you need it.

 

Your feedback can inform our next steps for how we can best work with you to build cyber resilience. If you would like to provide any feedback or share any comments/questions on this session, please share your feedback here before 12th March.

 

26 Feb, 1300 – 1330 Early Learning & Childcare Practitioner webinar with NCSC: Cyber Security for Childcare providers: why it matters and top tips.

Friday 26th  February 1300-1330

All childcare providers want to create a safe and secure environment for the children in your care. As we become ever more reliant on digital technology it is increasingly important that you protect data (on children, staff and families), finances and also the integrity of any digital systems you use, including email, communication channels and databases.

There are a handful of steps you can take to minimise the potentially costly and disruptive effect of a cyber incident, and better safeguard the children in your care, as well as your business’s finances and reputation. This short seminar is for anyone working in childcare in Scotland. It is run by the National Cyber Security Centre (www.ncsc.gov.uk), and supported by the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and Care Inspectorate, as part of CyberScotland Week. It will provide you with advice and steps you can take to minimise the likelihood and impact of a cyber attack on your setting, and information about where to get help and advice if you need it.

The session will be interactive, but will also be recorded and made available for a period of time for reference.

Join us here

 

24 Feb, 1600 – 1700 Early Level Practitioner CRIS Campfire Chat

Wednesday 24th  February 1600-1700

Join our informal ‘campfire chat’ to find out why it is never to early to start the discussions around Cyber Resilience & Internet Safety.

This event takes place in Microsoft Teams within Glow. You will require a glow login to join.  

As part of Cyber Scotland Week , join us with other practitioners working with young learners at the early level to

– find out how you can begin the discussions around Cyber Resilience & Internet Safety, the resources that are available to support the discussions and practical activity suggestions

– share how you are embedding Cyber Resilience & Internet Safety at the early level through play

We will also discuss the Special Recognition Badge for Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety from Digital Schools Awards Scotland. This stand-alone badge is available to all ELC/schools that demonstrate a strategic approach to cyber resilience and internet safety.

Join us here

 

23 Feb, 1600 – 1700 Supporting children & young people to safely navigate their online lives.

Tuesday 23rd February 1600-1700

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

Staying informed, watching videos, gaming, connecting? What are children & young people doing online and how can we best support them?

The internet has opened up new ways for children and young people to share, connect, chat and friend. Many of these activities are normal and a natural part of growing up, especially for teenagers.

Children & young people themselves have not changed, curiosity about relationships and sex remains the same, but access to the internet has changed the way young people communicate and explore these. Although much of this now happens online, the support and advice which keeps children safe ‘in real life’ will keep them safer online too.

Join us as part of Cyber Scotland Week in this informative webinar to find out what resources exist and where you can access them to support the children and young people you work with.

 

25 Feb, 1230 – 1300 – What is Thinkuknow?

Thursday 25th  February 1230-1300

Join us on our DigiLearnScot twitter channel, as part of Cyber Scotland Week to find out all about Thinkuknow, the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.

An informative video will be shared via a tweet at 1230 followed by an opportunity to ask questions/share how you are using the resources with the learners you work with, in the replies using hashtag #digilearnscotCSW

No registration required – drop in when you can!

 

Join us here

 

The Digilearn CRIS Podcast

Episode 1

Here is our very first podcast, where we discuss cyber resilience and internet safety – and what the difference is between them. We also have a chat about what progression in, and application of learning, might look like in CRIS learning.

Hopefully you find it useful; and if you want to hear us talk about any particular topics, let us know at on twitter @digilearnscot.

 

Episode 2

This episode is an audio version of our YouTube video exploring how information literacy, learned in literacy and English, is vital to using the web in a smarter way.

23 November 2020, 16:30-17:30 – Primary/BGE Cyber Resilience Webinar

A GLOW LOGIN IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT.

A link to the Team will be sent to you by email.

This webinar is to support primary practitioners who want to learn more about cyber resilience and how this can be embedded into their learning and teaching. The webinar will look at the best way to introduce teaching cyber resilience without any specialist knowledge and is aimed at non computing teachers.

Book your space here