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all our sims

Here are some hints and tips from the Centre for Child Protection to keep young people safe online. Some elements from our simulations Lottie and Zak that can be looked at by all ages have been included here: Meet Lottie 1 and 2 and Meet Zak 1 and 2. The training pack overviews are for professionals who work with young people. If you want to see the whole of the simulations, addressing more serious aspects of online grooming, details are below. If you are a student, these resources are to be looked at and discussed with your teacher in the classroom. Please talk to your teacher if anything here worries you about yourself or a friend.

For professionals who work with young people: Please enter your email address at the bottom of the page and submit, then select the 'resources instructions' link to download the instructions on how to access the resources: These documents are available to download from our server once you have downloaded your access instructions and created your External Moodle account:

  • Meet Lottie 1
  • Meet Zak 1
  • Meet Lottie 2
  • Meet Zak 2
  • 'Zak' Training Pack Overview
  • 'Maryam and Joe: Behind Closed Doors' Training Pack Overview

More information and training: Visit the webpages for our simulations to download the leaflets detailing the full training sessions. You can have access to the full simulation to use with young people in the classroom or one-to-one. We run half day sessions on both Lottie and Zak and can run discounted group sessions if you wanted to get a group together at your premises. Email us for more details or to discuss further.

Further details on all our training sessions is available here.

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Last Updated: 05/02/2019