Welcome to Lemon Tree Consulting: online safety and digital citizenship in Scotland
Consultancy, advice and policy support:
Is your school, charity or team equipped to keep young people or vulnerable adults and staff safe online? I can help you identify risk, engage staff, parents and young people, and embed online safety in service planning and delivery.
Materials development: Experienced in developing educational, awareness-raising and policy materials.
Training for professionals: including Scottish data and statistics; awareness of key risks; skills; useful tools, guidance and processes; and how to keep yourself safe online. (See Testimonials).
Training for parents: awareness of key risks; trends and apps; sources of information and support.
Training for children and young people: age-appropriate education around staying safe online and leading positive, engaged and responsible digital lives.
Book now for a half-day or full-day event.
About Jess McBeath
I specialise in online safety and digital citizenship in Scotland. I keep up to date with the latest research and tech trends, as well as ensuring I understand the child protection and digital skills agendas in Scotland. My focus is on helping people here in Scotland to thrive and survive online.
I advise organisations and teams on their knowledge, policy and practice. I can point to the best resources for your needs and I tailor my training to your audience. I represent South West Grid for Learning (UK Safer Internet Centre) in Scotland. I am experienced at translating resources used elsewhere into a Scottish context, or creating resources for use in Scotland. I maintain a strong network across the public, private and voluntary sectors. This helps ensure I’m up-to-date and linked into key developments nationally and internationally. I work with, and on behalf of, a wide variety of organisations – see the Events page.
As well as being a member of AACOSS (Association of Adult and Child Online Safety Specialists), I am also a CEOP Ambassador and an Online Safety Mark Accredited Assessor. I was awarded the NSPCC Childhood Champion Award as Schools Volunteer for Scotland 2018 and deliver their Speak Out Stay Safe pupil workshops and parents online safety workshops. I am a board member of Borders College Regional Board. My qualifications are a first class degree in Linguistics & Artificial Intelligence and an MBA (distinction).