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Online safety course for parents: Parenting in the Digital Age

Find out how you can sign up for Parent Zone’s online digital parenting course

Parent Zone has introduced a new online parenting programme, Parenting in the Digital Age. This is free to parents and carers whose children attend schools that have taken out Parent Zone Digital Schools membership. Parents of member schools will get free access to our four-module training:

  • Online risk and harm.
  • What makes some online spaces riskier than others?
  • Tools to keep your children safer online.
  • Digital parenting.

If your school is not a member, you can buy our Parenting in the Digital Age online course as an individual. Once you've registered, you can take the course as many times as you like.

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Find out more about the Parenting in the Digital Age online course

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