What Can You Trust?

2 Hour Course About What Can You Trust?

Base Learning


£69 inc VAT
Or £23.00/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Access to content
Lifetime access
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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What Can You Trust?

Learning about what you can trust is essential for youngsters of all ages and from all backgrounds. In today’s world of rapid and constant information, knowing what and who to trust, both online and in the real world is a potentially life-saving skill that can enable you to go further and become more successful.

We begin by discussing who you can trust, and we learn about the easy-to-spot warning signs of untrustworthy people, websites and social media pages, as well as the dangers involved in extremist ideology and how to avoid it.

Next, we learn about what you can trust online, including on social media, websites and applications, and provide you with a solid game plan to avoid the suspicious and embrace the trustworthy.

Finally, we provide an in-depth guide to the resources young people have, to determine the credibility of information and to learn about potentially dangerous people and situations.

This is the ultimate guide for young people to gain a complete understanding of what information they can trust, and what information they should avoid.


You Will Learn

  • Who you can trust and the warning signs to be wary of
  • How to recognise extremists and avoid them
  • What you can trust when it comes to social media, apps and the internet in general
  • The resources available to help you determine the trustworthiness of information and take action to avoid serious consequences

Benefits of Taking this Course

  • You will avoid the serious and dangerous implications of placing your trust in the wrong people
  • You will become more vigilant
  • You will be able to focus on the information that empowers you
  • You will protect yourself and others by making use of powerful resources which fight against misinformation

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