Free Securly Webinar for Schools

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With devices going off-site, and services being accessed outside your school network, keeping your school compliant with KCSIE (Keeping Children Safe in Education) and other regulations is important. In fact, it’s key. 

We invite you to join us on a live webinar, presented by our partners at Securly on Thursday, November 5th.  From 2pm until 3pm, they will share remote learning best practices and demonstrating how Securly keeps schools safe and compliant. 

As a pioneer in cloud-based solutions designed specifically for schools, Securly ensures that your content is safely disseminated to devices and that your students are protected online at all times.

Your hosts, Craig Fearnsides and Ronnie Fraser, will unlock the following topics:

  • Why your school needs this
  • Let's deploy to a Chromebook! 
  • Winbooks on Azure and AD 
  • Pushing settings to iPads 
  • Getting parents involved

Your key to remote learning success.

Sure, it’s not a key to a new automobile, but Securly is your key to maintaining online student safety, compliance, and device management. 

Event Speakers

Craig Fearnsides
UK + EMEA Sales Engineering

Craig is an experienced engineer working in filtering for 10 years and system administration for 15 years. A father of 2 boys (and a cocker spaniel), he used to enjoy visiting local breweries until the global pandemic.

Ronnie Fraser
EMEA Education Specialist

Ronnie has over 15 years of Web Filtering and Student Safety experience across multiple vendors and providers. He has worked extensively with Schools, Colleges, Multi Academy Trusts and Local Education Authorities across the UK to deliver the solutions used every day to deliver safe web access in the classroom and protect students online. He recently joined Securly as an Education specialist.

Book your place

You can secure your spot here and please feel free to share with anyone in your network who you think would benefit from this session.

This webinar is the first in a series of three - please click on each title for more details and to register: