Youthlink Scotland is developing resources around ‘cyber resilience’ – this means people are better able to think about and protect themselves from risks online. They want to hear from you to inform the development of the resources.
The resources are being developed to guide the building of conversations and learning opportunities about cyber resilience into youth work, adult learning, community work, support work and more. They will help non-formal learning practitioners to support communities, learners and young people they work with have a stronger understanding of cyber resilient behaviour.
The views of practitioners and learners, including community organisation, are being sought to inform the resources –please fill in the survey by Friday 25th January 2019.
YouthLink Scotland is being funded by Scottish Government to develop the resources – reference group partners include Learning Link Scotland, Scottish Community Development Centre, LEAD Scotland, CLD Standards Council, Young Scot, Midlothian Council, The Prince’s Trust and Carnegie UK Trust, Police Scotland and North Ayrshire Council.