National Online Safety is excited to announce its new online hub, which will provide a one-stop-shop for school staff, parents and children to access our extensive library of resources, which can be accessed anywhere, anytime.
Complete with specialist training courses delivered by education experts, we continue to make it our mission to make the internet a safer place for children. Through equipping school staff, parents and children with the knowledge to understand online dangers and how to respond in the event of an incident, we’re sure we will achieve this.
Our learning hub brings online safety courses, webinars, guides and resources together in one place, subsequently making it easy for you to share training to the whole school community, including parents, school staff, school leaders and governors.
With National Online Safety, it’s easy to get started. Simply choose an individual course, resource or membership, create an account, select a school and then checkout by invoice or card. Following this, you’ll be taken straight to your chosen product, where you’ll be able to start learning straight away. Our hub will track your progress and you can continue where you left off when you want. The hub is available anytime, anywhere and on any device, so you can continue to learn at your own convenience.
Speaking about the launch, James Southworth, Managing Director at National Online Safety said: “The launch of the new National Online Safety hub is a really positive step for us, as we move forward with our mission of making the internet a safer place for children. We are excited for schools, parents and children to start utilising the platform and tapping into the wealth of expertise which exists within our large pool of education experts. To have our award-winning service located in one central location can only benefit us as a company and those who use our training and resources.”
Posted by Pete Badh