The Child Internet Safety summit returns for a fourth year at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster. Bringing together senior officials from Government, Business, Academia, Law Enforcement and Social Services to discuss, understand and demonstrate how we can protect children online in a world of rapid technological advancement.
If you haven't attended the last three events, now is your chance to experience first had the quality of content, the latest developments in the internet safety arena over the last few years and much more.
This is what our delegates think:
“Attending this event gave me crucial information that helped our school pass our OFSTED inspection - the speakers are truly inspiring which is why I attend every year - not many companies give teachers the opportunity to attend an event of this calibre free of charge so thank you!.”
"The fact that the seminar sessions were oversubscribed tells you how well this event is managed and how selective they are about the companies they get on board. Well done for another great conference, I look forward to next year!"
"You could say I am a pro when it comes to attending conferences, although I don't have the time to attend events that have no relevance to my role. Year on year this event provides me with new insights on areas I thought I knew well, the speakers, the venue, the food and the exhibitors make this well worth a day out of school. "
The event has been fully subscribed on an annual basis with delegates returning each year. This fantastic platform is for all those responsible for safeguarding children at grass roots level to meet and network with senior officials who are working to ensure provisions are in place to assist them in reducing the dangers that children are exposed to whilst online.
Delegate Places for Head Teachers and teachers from state funded schools are free until the end of January 2016.