Dealing with Online Predators

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Dealing with Online Predators

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Empowering Teens to Deal with Unsolicited Communication Online

 

Teenagers can sometimes feel a false sense of security that they are far too ‘street wise’ to get caught out by an online predator, but unfortunately, recent events show that teenagers are a vulnerable group, targeted by professional organised criminal gangs or lone predators. The workshop will introduce students to the different types of predators out there, and some of the methods used to target their victims. It will introduce case studies as a means of bringing the reality of an online predator to the forefront of students’ minds.

 

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Upon completion of this workshop students will:

  • Know the different types of online predators
  • Know the mechanisms used by online predators
  • See how easy it is to set up a fake online profile
  • Know the consequences of sharing personal information with strangers online
  • Tools for protection from online predators
  • Know how to report inappropriate contact online
  • Understand what is meant by the term ‘Grooming’

How is this workshop delivered?

We recommend a maximum of 60 students for each workshop to ensure that each student gains the maximum benefit from the workshop. This topic (Dealing with Online Predators) will take a minimum of 45 minutes. It is delivered as part of a workshop package whereby schools book a minimum of 3 x 90 minute workshops (across the same year group or several year groups).   Schools must choose a minimum of two workshop topics from the list below:

  • Cyberbullying
  • Nude Image Sharing
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Wellbeing
  • Gaming
  • Pornography
  • Online Predators

The workshops are facilitated through presentations and interactive exercises to ensure that the students remain engaged throughout. Content is modified to be meet the age requirements of varying year groups.

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