Implementing Monitoring Systems and GDPR Compliance
After success at our Autumn safeguarding training event in Nottingham and Leeds, we’re excited to announce release of a spring session in London. This exciting one-day event provides an in-depth explanation of the latest online safety trends, national guidance and legal obligation – including GDPR (which comes into effect in May 2018) – as well as hands-on training related to your own school’s policies.
Designed to bring IT teams and Designated Safeguarding Leads together, this event helps education professionals to effectively implement an ‘appropriate monitoring’ system and adopt a whole school approach to online safety, in line with national guidelines. See below for the full agenda or view it here. Prices listed exclude VAT.
Who should attend?
- Designated Safeguarding Leads
- IT teams
09:00 – Coffee, registration and breakfast
09:20 – Welcome introduction (Charlotte Aynsley, E-Safety Consultant)
An introduction to the day and overview of Impero’s sponsorship of the event
09:25 – Online safety – the latest trends, including the impact of GDPR (David Wright, South West Grid for Learning)
An update on the latest trends relating to online safety, helping you to stay up-to-date
10:05 – Q&A
10:15 – Coffee and networking
10:30 – Child protection & data protection (GDPR): how they can work in harmony (Owen O’Rorke, Farrer & Co)
Dispelling some of the myths around GDPR and establishing what schools need to have in place to meet the proposed requirements
11:20 – Q&A
11:30 – The role of monitoring in safeguarding children and preventing risks (Charlotte Aynsley, E-Safety Consultant)
How monitoring can support schools in preventing and identifying risks and how it fits into the broader safeguarding and online safety picture
12:00 – Workshop: Implementing a monitoring system (Charlotte Aynsley, E-Safety Consultant)
An interactive workshop offering a series of reflective exercises to identify best practice in implementing a monitoring system
12:45 – Lunch and Impero Education Pro ‘drop in’ session
13:45 – Online safety in the national context (Alan Mackenzie, E-Safety Adviser)
Exploring the changes in legislation, such as Keeping Children Safe in Education, with recommendations for adopting a whole school approach to online safety and developing an online safety strategy
14:30 – Coffee and networking
14:45 – Workshop: Developing a whole school approach to online safety (Alan Mackenzie, E-Safety Adviser)
An interactive workshop that considers best practice models and frameworks for adopting a whole school approach to online safety
15:30 Quiz and summary
15:45 – Finish
Prices listed exclude VAT.
Seminar dates and times
|Implementing Safeguarding Policies Within a National Context||22nd March 2018 9:00 am GMT||Wellcome Collection, London||early bird price £200 per person usually £200 (offer ends 13th March 2017)|