Sexting Online Course


Keep yourself safe online with this unique course designed to make you aware of the implications of sexting, and how to avoid them.

This online learning course is delivered in a fun, interactive way to engage you in ensuring your safety. Available on PC, Mac and tablet devices.

Sexting is a topic that has been all over the news and for good reason, The National Crime Agency (NCA) has said, Child protection officers are investigating an average of one case involving "sexting" every day, in the UK. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan unveiled plans on the 22 December 2015 to strengthen measures to protect children from harm online and explore how best to support schools in meeting this new requirement.

Our course, will help to provide young people with valuable information which will help to safeguarding them, in an online format that is easily accessible and familiar to them.

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