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- Prior to the session you will receive an invitation to join the webinar from the provider of the session.
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Cyber Security Awareness – Addressing Rise & Reducing Vulnerabilities
- Current Cyber Security Threats
- Advice on how to mitigate those threat
- Identifying risk in young people
- Early intervention and resources available to promote positive learning
Police Officers – Rob Cowgill and Neil Marshall from West Yorkshire Police’s Cyber Crime Team will provide a webinar outlining the above.
Places are limited BOOK your place by 18th June 2020 – 2 sessions to choose between.
YGAM: Building Resilience around Gaming and Gambling
Outline of Presentation
The 90-minute sessions are delivered live with opportunities for attendees to interact and ask questions throughout.
The aims of the training are to:
- Increase your knowledge and understanding of gaming and gambling-related harm in the UK
- Support you with information on how to spot the signs of gaming and gambling-related harm
- Provide details of where to sign post young people who may be experiencing harm
Attendees receive an YGAM certificate and access to a digital copy of our In the Know booklet, along with information on how you can receive ongoing support from your local Education Manager and access to over 500 online resources.
Kev Clelland, Operations Director, Amy Evans, Education Manager & Linda Scollins Smith, Head of Delivery Education North at YGAM
Places are limited BOOK your place by 22nd June 2020
Drugs, what’s it all about? Your chance to ask the awkward difficult questions that you always wanted to!
- This is an opportunity not to be missed, practitioners can ask all of those ‘tricky’ questions.
- All participants will need to submit one question prior to the session,
- There will also be a chance for supplementary questions during the panel.
The illustrious panel consists of
Anthony Braithwaite, (Tony) Recovery Worker Turning Point
Chantell Boughen, Recovery Worker Turning Point
Nick Miller, Specialist Social Worker Wakefield Council based in Turning Point (Chair)
Places are limited BOOK your place by 22nd June 2020. 2 sessions to choose between.