A digital game which can be played on phone, tablet and desktop, and is supported by a suite of activities to be led by educational practitioners working with 7-11 year olds. Parents and carers can also try the CyberSprinter puzzles […]
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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 required
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Find out the different ways you can get into a career in Cyber Security.
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The SSSC 23 Things Digital programme provides basic digital capabilities resources and was inspired and influenced by the University of Edinburgh’s 23 Things programme. You don’t have to be registered with the SSSC to take part in the 23 Things.
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SSSC have created 8 Online Safety and Security Open Badges, which are aimed at assisting people with staying safe and secure online. Open Badges are digital records of achievements and skills that are tied to assessment and evidence. Unlike paper certificates, Open Badges are manageable online.
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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 […]
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