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Award in e-Responsibility Level 1

Our Level 1 Award In e-Responsibility (RQF) is a three-module accredited qualification on which you will learn how to use the internet safely, the nature of cyber-bullying and how to minimise this, social network applications and the risks and benefits.  

This qualification is for those who wish to develop knowledge and understanding of how to safely use the internet, computer gaming and mobile communication technology.

The three modules are theory based, provided as a remote learning opportunity with assignments, workbooks and resources provided.

Course Details

Qualification Name: Level 1 Award In e-Responsibility (RQF)
Accreditation: iCQ OfQual recognised qualification
OfQual Qualification Accreditation Number (QAN): 601/5756/2
Average time to completion: 1 to 2 weeks

Course Content

Module 1 (Mandatory)

Principles of Internet Safety

Know features associated with the internet

  1. State ways of accessing the internet
  2. Identify internet activities
  3. Describe advantages and disadvantages of using the internet
  4. Identify legal, regulation and ethical requirements concerning own use of the internet

Know how adults, children and young people use the internet

  1. Identify how adults, children and young people access the internet
  2. Identify activities that adults, children and young people use the internet for
  3. Identify how adults, children and young people communicate on the internet
  4. Describe what is meant by social networking

Know the risks associated in using the internet

  1. Identify types of personal information shared on the internet
  2. Identify risks to the safety and privacy of adults, children and young people using the internet
  3. Identify risks to data security when using the internet
  4. Describe what is meant by cyber-bullying
  5. Describe what is meant by internet grooming

Understand how to safeguard adults, children and young people using the internet

  1. Identify security tools that minimise the risks to adults, children and young people using the internet
  2. Explain safe and responsible practices that ensure the safety and privacy of adults, children and young people using the internet
  3. Identify signs and symptoms of internet abuse
  4. Identify how to report internet abuse
  5. Outline how to support adults, children and young people who are victims of internet abuse
  6. Identify where to gather information on e-safety

Module 2 (Optional)

Cyber-bullying Awareness

Know the nature of cyber-bullying

  1. Define bullying
  2. Define cyber-bullying
  3. Explain the difference between bullying and cyber-bullying
  4. Identify different forms of cyber-bullying
  5. Describe individual motives for cyber-bullying
  6. Identify social trends in cyber-bullying

Know how to minimise cyber-bullying

  1. Identify good practice for cyber-bullying prevention
  2. Describe how others can help to minimise cyber-bullying, including: education establishments places of work parents or guardians individuals
  3. Describe how internet safety awareness can help minimise cyber-bullying
  4. Outline the difference between cyber-bullying and offensive communications

Know how to respond to cyber-bullying

  1. Identify signs and symptoms of cyber-bullying
  2. Describe how to support victims of cyber-bullying
  3. Describe how to deal with offenders of cyber-bullying
  4. Describe how to report incidents of cyber-bullying
  5. Identify where to gather information on cyber-bullying

Module 3 (Optional)

Introduction to Social Networks

Know social network applications

  1. Define social networks
  2. Define social mention
  3. Outline the concept of an online identity
  4. Outline the concept of online friends
  5. Identify ways in which social networks are accessed
  6. Identify common social networking sites and applications
  7. Describe how adults, children and young people use social networks

Know the social impact of social networks

  1. Describe the social impacts of social networks
  2. Identify legal, regulation and ethical requirements concerning the use of social networks

Know the benefits and risks of sharing information through social networks

  1. Identify types of personal information shared through social networks
  2. Outline the benefits of social networks
  3. Outline the risks to adults, children and young people using social networks

Understand how to safeguard adults, children and young people using social networks

  1. Explain safe and responsible practices that ensure the safety and privacy of adults, children and young people using social networks
  2. Explain the purpose of ICT parental controls
  3. Identify how to report misconduct and abuse within social networks

Enrolment and Delivery

Please use our enquiry form or contact us by telephone if you have any queries about this qualification or would like to express an interest to enrol onto this course. A member of our team will be happy to answer any questions, help to make sure this course is right for you and/or your staff team, and talk you through what is involved in enrolment and course completion.

Upon enrolment, you will be assigned a personal tutor who will assist you through achieving successful and meaningful completion of your award. All of the electronic resources, workbooks and assignments required for you to complete the course will be emailed to you for you to commence working with at a time of your convenience. Your tutor will work with you to set targets and milestones that are achievable for you and will check in with you regularly, providing assistance whenever necessary.

On successful completion of your award, your assessor will coordinate with the awarding body for the issuance of your certificate, which will be promptly delivered to you.

Price

Including Assignment, Workbook and Resources:

The full cost of this qualification is £60 per person which is duly invoiced at the point of enrolment.

Quality Assurance

This Level 1 Award In e-Responsibility is accredited to the Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF), the new framework for creating and accrediting qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (OfQual) regulates this qualification, examinations and assessments in England.

Complete Training is an approved registered centre with the OFQUAL regulated awarding organisation ‘I Can Qualify‘ (iCQ). All our qualifications are subject to both internal and external quality assurance processes to ensure we meet all of the awarding body specifications. All course materials are developed to meet the specific outcomes that make up the full qualification.

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