Certificate in Writing a Social Media Policy for Schools | Primary

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About the Course

Course Duration: 93 minutes (approx.)

Social media now plays a key role in our society. Schools and those in the education sector must know how to use social media appropriately and safely whilst supporting the reputation of their schools and safeguarding their pupils.

This essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to know to implement best practice in relation to social media usage as a school, including by pupils and staff, and how to form and implement an actionable social media policy.

Split into bite-sized modules, the training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost-effective and most time-efficient manner. It has been produced in high-quality remote video CPD format which is accessible on any device, any time, anywhere.

Delivered by Andrew Davis, a social media expert with 20+ years’ experience working with organisations to improve their digital footprint, this course is split into seven modules with a knowledge assessment at the end to help you evidence your learning.

Designed in line with the following policies:

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the purpose of a social media policy in an educational setting and practical steps towards developing best practice.
  • Identifying the roles and responsibilities of governors, senior leadership and staff in terms of social media use.
  • Recognising what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable use of social media.
  • Understanding how to record and address social media concerns, including crisis management strategies.
  • Developing an awareness of the reputational benefits and risks of social media use for an educational establishment.

Modules

Module 1: The purpose of a social media policy in school

Module one covers the purpose of a social media policy in a school, how to write the policy and how this helps to safeguard young people and protect the school’s reputation.

Module 2: Roles and responsibilities

This module explains how the policy should outline the expectations of governors, senior leadership, staff, parents and students and how to make it clear who to go to if an issue arises.

Module 3: Acceptable and unacceptable use of social media

Module 3 explores what schools should expect from each member of the school community to ensure safety, the importance of the policy around posting pictures of minors, and explores the questions, risks and benefits of each point to inform school leaders.

Module 4: Recording and addressing social media concerns

This module explains how to manage safeguarding issues that arise, including efficient ways of recording and storing evidence and how to immediately address them.

Module 5: Reputational issues associated with social media

Module five explores how social media can boost a school’s reputation and the benefits of using it but also how it can have a negative impact and the associated issues it can raise.

Module 6: Intervention and crisis management strategies

Module six explores how schools can appropriately deal with issues that arise with social media use, exploring intervention and crisis management strategies relating to both pupils and teachers.

Module 7: The format of the policy

Module seven explores a possible layout of a social media policy document that boosts both the efficiency and efficacy of the policy.

Course Units

Introduction

Delivered by Andrew Davis, a social media expert with 20+ years’ experience working with organisations to improve their digital footprint, this course is split into seven modules with a knowledge assessment at the end to help you evidence your learni...

Module 1: The purpose of a social media policy in school

Module one covers the purpose of a social media policy in a school, how to write the policy and how this helps to safeguard young people and protect the school’s reputation.

Module 2: Roles and responsibilities

This module explains how the policy should outline the expectations of governors, senior leadership, staff, parents and students and how to make it clear who to go to if an issue arises.

Module 3: Acceptable and unacceptable use of social media

Module 3 explores what schools should expect from each member of the school community to ensure safety, the importance of the policy around posting pictures of minors, and explores the questions, risks and benefits of each point to inform school lead...

Module 4: Recording and addressing social media concerns

This module explains how to manage safeguarding issues that arise, including efficient ways of recording and storing evidence and how to immediately address them.

Module 5: Reputational issues associated with social media

Module five explores how social media can boost a school’s reputation and the benefits of using it but also how it can have a negative impact and the associated issues it can raise.

Module 6: Intervention and crisis management strategies

Module six explores how schools can appropriately deal with issues that arise with social media use, exploring intervention and crisis management strategies relating to both pupils and teachers.

Module 7: The format of the policy

Module seven explores a possible layout of a social media policy document that boosts both the efficiency and efficacy of the policy.

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