Suffolk Safeguarding Children Board

e-Safer Suffolk wants to know about your experience of using the internet

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 | Ali Spalding

Strategic partners across the county as part of e-Safer Suffolk are working to improve practice in relation to keeping children, young people and vulnerable adults safe online. Understanding the experience of staff and volunteers when it comes to e-safety training, procedures and policy, as well as the management of their own online digital reputation, is an integral part of this work.

By completing the workforce e-safety survey you will be helping with the identification of training needs, and aid in the reviewing of the e-Safer Suffolk strategy and related policies.

Access the workforce e-safety survey:

Survey is open until 30 November 2014.

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