Have you ever had a friend that starts withdrawing themselves from the group? It’s a horrible feeling and you may think you’ve done something to upset them. But have you ever wondered if there was something going on behind the scenes? If someone withdraws themselves or begins to act differently, they could be a victim of cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying is something we often don’t think about because it’s hidden behind the screen. But bullying is serious and access to technology means it reaches right into the victims’ own homes, which can make victims feel threatened and humiliated. But luckily, there are ways to stop it.
By the end of this course you'll be able to:
- Recognise the different forms of cyberbullying
- Spot the signs of someone that is being cyberbullied
- Take the steps to tackle the bullying and build a case
Why take this course
These days, whether you are 8 or 80, everyone has access to technology. And that means anybody, from school children to lawyers, can fall victim to cyberbullying. Often people can feel too intimidated to seek help but knowing the warning signs of cyberbullying means you can put a stop to it. This course will teach you how to recognise and tackle internet intimidation, ending the bullying for yourself or a loved one.