Industry-specific digital skills
Cyber Security for Educators
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What will you learn?
- Recognise the potential security risks and drawbacks of students engaging in various online activities.
- Develop and refresh teachers’ awareness and understanding of student protection to help keep students safe online.
- Understand how to create effective plans to help protect students online, including supporting parents’ concerns.
- Use various tools and techniques to secure and protect students with their online experiences.
- Recognise practical ways to keep students safe, like child-friendly search engines, privacy settings, and parental controls.
- Develop an awareness of online risks, like cyberbullying, inappropriate messages, sexual harassment, inappropriate websites, and online radicalisation, sharing (streaming) online and inappropriate use of social networking sites.
- Recognise how to help students manage Internet safety risks, including speaking with the students about online content and activities
- Understand the relevant legislation and ethical guidance for student safeguarding
- Recognise the different types of online risks and signs of cyberbullying, to provide a suitable response for the students involved.
- Recognise the key elements of Cybersecurity policies and procedures.
- Track changes in children’s online behaviour, updating them on new developments/risks.
- Understand a range of safety initiatives, such as awareness, strategies, and rules regulating online access and usage. Also, build children’s digital resilience through safety and privacy.
- Understand how to use security policies and what resources are available.
- Understand and apply the concepts and principles of ethical thinking to problems relating to computers and digital technologies.
- Define the legal issues and be aware of what will happen when a student breaches cyber laws.