How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online 

Over the past 12 months, we’ve all spent much more time online. This has allowed us to keep so many aspects of life going; working from home, school, attending activities and an active social life. However, with more time spent online, we’re exposed to much more dangers. The Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma” highlighted many of these and in particular, the dangers young people face. We would like to invite you to a course that will highlight the key issues, provide good advice on how to protect young people and share what is being done at a macro level to combat these issues.

We’re delighted to have Annabel Turner, from CyberSafe Scotland as our speaker on this course. CyberSafe Scotland is a social enterprise with expertise in child protection and is passionate about protecting children in Scotland and around the world from online exploitation. Annabel, who founded Cybersafe Scotland in 2018, practised as a barrister for 10 years before her work as an advisor to the International Justice Mission’s “Not on My Screen” campaign against Cybersex Trafficking brought her into specialising in children’s digital rights, online harms and online safety. Annabel now works as a speaker and trainer, as well as on the co-designer of resources to help young people online. She is the Co-Chair of the Online Safety, Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Trafficking Sub Committee of the Aberdeen Child Protection Committee.

How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online 3 week course 

On Monday 17, 24 and 31 May we are inviting you to participate in this 3-part course via Zoom. There are only 30 spaces on this course to enable everyone to meaningfully engage with the material and have the opportunity to ask questions.

To register for the How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online course, please click below.

If the course is over-subscribed we will run a second course hopefully later in the year.

If you have any questions please contact