24.03.20 - Postponed
|6.00pm to 8.00pm
||Ysgol Awel y Mynydd, Llandudno Junction
||All Governors/Online Safety Governor
*The finish times are approximate. Any unsustainable course, due to low numbers, will be cancelled.
There is growing concern in schools and amongst governing bodies about the use of social media. Still a relatively new but rapidly expanding area, this training session seeks to provide governors, clerks and education professionals with the information they need to control and handle incidents involving social media that affects their School. Participants will have an opportunity to learn from practical examples and case study materials.
Concerns and complaints raised can be a source of school improvement, identifying processes and procedures that may be flawed or not implemented appropriately. When complaints are mishandled they can be a source of conflict, leading to bad feelings, adverse publicity and, in worst case scenarios, legal claims.
The session will highlight good practice and potential pitfalls regarding complaints procedures for governors and education professionals.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- The use of social media and its impact on schools
- Complaints handling