Schools are fighting to reach a balance between maintaining an open and welcoming environment and keeping pupils, staff and visitors safe.
Attend this free breakfast seminar held by VisiPoint and supported by Muckle LLP to explore best practice in ensuring the safety of children and adults on school premises, and to develop your understanding of key data protection principles.
Our expert speakers will provide practical approaches to help you implement best practice measures in your organisation. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and network with colleagues working across education.
- How Can We Build a Positive Safety Culture? – Keeping Children and Adults Safe
- Key Principles of Data Protection & What Meets the Threshold of Appropriate Measures?
- Interactive Demonstration – Visitor and Reception Management Technology
When is it?
It’s taking place on the 26th of September, and it runs from 9 am until 11:30 am!
Where is it?
The event is at Segedunum Roman Fort, near Wallsend. It’s easily accessible by car and has ample parking, and is also a three-minute walk away from Wallsend Metro Station.
Segedunum Roman Fort
More information on getting to Segedunum can be found on their website.
Why should I attend?
- Explore practical methods and tips for improving your safeguarding procedures
- Learn about the latest data protection laws in the UK and the key principles
- Network with colleagues, share best practices, share and resolve key issues
- Get answers to all your questions on visitor management, data protection and GDPR compliance
- Try out VisiPoint’s visitor management system, designed to improve safeguarding and data privacy
- Enjoy a complimentary breakfast to set you up for the day!
For more information on the event, give us a call on 0191 341 0016!
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