Enabling youngsters to keep safe online: Internet security workshops with BT

The web can be a captivating spot for youngsters, with an abundance of learning opportunities and data only a couple clicks away. In any case, it's urgent that kids, alongside folks and educators, see how to utilize the web securely and what to do in the event that they have issues on the web.

BT and Unicef UK are cooperating to engage youngsters with the certainty they have to wind up digitally wise nationals and to appreciate the colossal advantages of the web securely. The Right Click: Internet Safety Matters system is intended to help kids and their families and instructors to utilize the web safely and with certainty.

Today, BT and Unicef UK commended our 300th workshop on web security with an uncommon occasion at the BT Tower. We were joined by 30 youngsters and their guardians, who appreciated an intuitive workshop about staying safe on the web.

As such, our workshops have come to more than 7,000 youngsters, folks and educators who have joined in the sessions at Rights Respecting Schools, which put the UN Convention on the Right of the Child (UNCRC) at the heart of their instructive practice.

Reassuringly, 90% of folks who went to said they will converse with their tyke more about online wellbeing, and 88% of youngsters say they would now tell a grown-up they trusted if something upset them on the web.

BT and Unicef UK commend our 300th workshop on web wellbeing with a unique occasion at the BT Tower. Photograph: Unicef UK/2016

The workshops are intended to arm instructors with the information they have to hold further learning sessions later on, working with much more classrooms and their guardians. The web can be an astonishing device and together we can guarantee that more youngsters can appreciate it securely.