We are delighted with the interest in our Developing Digital Media Literacy Course run in partnership with CyberSafeKids, which sold out almost as soon as we publicised it.
In response we’ve decided to increase the total places available by 15 (bringing it to a total of 65 participants from the youth work sector).
You’ll find all you need to know about the course below.
What does it involve?
The course is a weekly online commitment of one hour per week, for four weeks. This is a 4-hour programme in total, with opportunity for further learning. No prior expertise in digital media literacy or online safety is required!
The course workshops will cover:
Workshop One: Understanding Digital Media Literacy (1 hour)
Workshop Two: Digital Footprint (1 hour)
Workshop Three: Cyberbullying (1 hour)
Workshop Four: Promoting Ethical and Responsible Digital Citizenship (1 hour)
2022 opportunity to enrol in the course:
Wednesday 12th, 19th, 26th January and 2nd February 2022 7PM-8PM
Attendance is required for all four workshops to take part.
The course is designed specifically for the non-formal education sector:
- For youth workers and volunteers.
- To develop the capacity of those involved in youth work to bring digital media literacy and online safety awareness to their work with young people.
- To highlight the contribution of this engagement in bringing added value to quality youth work.
The interactive online sessions will be delivered by CyberSafeKids