Young Scot is hosting a one-off co-design event for Cyber Scotland Week!
🎂 11 to 25 inclusive
📅 Thursday 25th February
🕰️ 4pm to 6pm
🗺️ Anywhere in Scotland (Online via Zoom)
What does it involve?
You will get the opportunity to build valuable digital skills and meet other young people from across Scotland.
By developing your own digital and cyber skills, you’ll be able to protect yourself from online threats and increase your future learning opportunities. You’ll get the chance to hear from other young people about how they stay safe online, listen to experts in the cyber industry and take part in interactive activities.
We also want to offer you the chance to take part in our DigiKnow? Award where you will gain a Level 4 qualification from Glasgow Kelvin College. The event will give you more information about this award opportunity and on how to enrol. For more information about the DigiKnow? Award, check out our article.
This digital workshop will be hosted by Young Scot staff. We are happy to make reasonable adjustments based on your needs to enable you to attend.
What will you get from attending?
- Hear about other young people’s experiences
- Develop your own skills
- Opportunity to gain a Level 4 qualification
- Meet other young people from across Scotland
- Receive 50 Young Scot Rewards points for attending.
This workshop event is part of the DigiKnow? Programme at Young Scot and helps young people to develop their digital and cyber resilience skills. Check out our DigiKnow? campaign for more details.
Just fill out our online form to sign up!
We will share the Zoom link and additional guidelines for attending the session before the day of the workshop. All your personal details will be stored safely and used for the purpose of attending this working according to GDPR and will not be shared.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this workshop will take place online. However, we understand getting online can be difficult, so please still sign up if you have limited access as we can support you with alternative arrangements.
Please note, adults or professionals can only attend to support a young person.
Email us on YSHive@young.scot. We are happy to help!
We will ensure this session is a safe and trusted place for your participation. We do not accept any form of discrimination or prejudice to anyone on our projects based on your life experience, background, culture, or identity. This includes age, disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
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Find out more about Cyber Scotland week.
See our Frequently Asked Questions.
Check out our other Get Involved opportunities.