Learning and Skills
Lead Scotland have released alternative formats for online safety and security messaging. This includes community languages (Polish, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu and Romanian) in text and audio formats, structured text document, HTML, text braille and large print now available.
The Award in Cyber Security Fundamentals at SCQF level 4 is designed to be an introduction to the field of cyber security. It covers a wide range of topics from ‘cyberhygiene’ (personal data security) to ‘cyberwarfare’ (cyberattacks between nations). It […]
Helpful resources which practitioners and educators can use with learners and to support learning at home on the topics of cyber resilience and internet safety.Read more Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety in modal dialog
Thinking about starting a career in cyber security but not sure where to begin? There are many free challenges and competitions you can take part in which will give you an idea of the kind of skills requiredRead more Cyber Security Learning Opportunities in modal dialog
Free e-learning training introduces why cyber security is important and how attacks happen. It will give you actionable advice about how to defend yourself. The NCSC’s e-learning package ‘Top Tips For Staff’ can be completed online, or built into your […]Read more Cyber Training for Staff in modal dialog
In 2020, Young Scot launched the Digi Know? Champions Award in collaboration with Glasgow Kelvin College. The Award helps young people build the skills and knowledge they need to protect themselves online, whilst gaining an SCQF Level 4 qualification for […]Read more DigiKnow – Practical Cyber Resilience in modal dialog
Find out the different ways you can get into a career in Cyber Security.Read more DigiKnow: Career Information in modal dialog