A coordinated, validated approach to raising online safety standards in your school - satisfying Ofsted requirements

Connects with students through practical, engaging content and real-life issues like social networks and cyberbullying

Teaching resources include lesson plans, presentations, assignments and homework tasks

Formal assessment to verify your students' understanding - delivered online with instant results and certificate

Who is it for?

Designed for key stage 3 and 4, our e-safety course guides students through the risks associated with being online and how to stay safe, behave responsibly and remain within the law.

Course content

The content can be integrated across your PSHE curriculum and offer practical solutions to the challenges your students encounter every day:

  • Benefits and risks of using the internet
  • Reporting and responding to e-safety issues
  • Protecting yourself online and your devices
  • Legal issues around downloading from the internet

Important notice regarding this qualification:

Adobe is removing support for Flash fully by the end of 2020. This means that they will stop updating the Flash Player beyond 2020 and any web-based products using Flash technology will eventually become redundant and stop working. As a result the e-safety qualification is going to be withdrawn. The last day for registering learners for this qualifications will be 31 August 2020 and the last day for certification will be 31 December 2020.

I want to deliver BCS e-safety

Contact us on +44 (0)1793 417445 or request a callback to discover how we can support a coordinated online safety programme in your school.

Find out more about BCS e-safety.

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