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Free online safety group workshops

Book a free online safety group workshop for parents and carers at your school or organisation.

Our free "Keeping Children Safe Online" workshop helps parents and carers understand why young people go online and gives them resources to help keep them safe

If you'd like to book one for your school, community group or organisation, please fill in the form below.



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FAQs

We deliver group sessions to schools, community groups, businesses and organisations who work with parents and carers.

Our core workshop lasts approximately 30 minutes. This session will give parents and carers an overview of some of the risks and benefits children face online and shares key advice on how they can help to keep them safe.

We also have advice and information on a whole range of other topics that can be added to the session. Our team will work with you to create a bespoke workshop depending on the needs of your audience.

We have a team of trainers across the UK and can deliver the sessions virtually or in-person.

We currently only offer our workshops to groups of parents and carers. However, you can access pre-recorded versions of our workshops here.

We cover a whole range of online safety topics depending on your need and the time you have available, including:

  • gaming
  • social media
  • cyberbullying
  • parental controls
  • online grooming
  • sharing nudes
  • online porn
  • online challenges, hoaxes, and scams
  • spotting the signs of online abuse
  • mental health and wellbeing 
  • online friendships and dating.

For a one hour session, we recommend adding two or three of the above topics to our core content.

‘This workshop was very helpful and I spoke again to my 14-year-old last night, but this time with more knowledge.’ 

Parent who attended a workshop