Digital Families 2018 FAQs
What is the Digital Families conference?
An annual event held by CEOP and Parent Zone, covering the issues of online safety and digital resilience for young people, attended by professionals working with children, young people and families. It features speakers and discussions involving leading experts in online safety, as well as supporting, exhibiting and partner organisations. See more about Digital Families 2017 conference here.
What is the theme for this year’s conference?
The future for young people online. For CEOP and Parent Zone’s fourth annual conference, we will help you futureproof your plan for keeping your children safer online.
What format will the sessions at the Digital Families 2018 conference take?
A variety of styles. We’ll have keynote speeches delivered by experts, discussions with industry leaders and demonstrations of free educational resources. For further information, read the day’s agenda here.
Who will be speaking?
Global leaders in the field of internet safety, including academics, regulators and educators. For information on all the speakers and sessions being offered at this year’s Digital Families conference, please view the line-up here.
When and where will the Digital Families conference be taking place?
Wednesday 10 October at Kings Place, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London N1 9AG on. The conference will run from 9:30 to 15:40.
How much do tickets to the Digital Families conference cost and how can I pay?
£199 + VAT. You will need to sign up here and then Parent Zone will create an invoice for you, payable by card or cheque.
Can I host an exhibition? Can I sponsor this year’s conference?
Yes, however, exhibition spaces and sponsorship packages are limited to companies and organisations that can offer free resources for schools. For more information, consult our sponsors and exhibitor’s page here.
How can I get to this year’s conference venue?
The nearest tube station to Kings Place is King’s Cross St. Pancras, on the Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly, Northern and Victoria lines. The station has step-free access from the platform to the street level. From the tube station, the quickest way to Kings Place is via King’s Boulevard. You may also walk up York Way.
King’s Cross St. Pancras and Euston are the nearest mainline railway stations.
What are the accessibility arrangements at the Digital Families 2018 conference venue?
At the main entrance of Kings Place, this year’s conference venue, there are two accessible doors operated by large push buttons at wheelchair height on either side of the manual revolving doors. There are two additional accessible doors operated by large push buttons at wheelchair height which are accessible via the canal entrances.
Kings Place also has step-free access at the front of the building via York Way and step-free access by the canal entrance via Crinan Street.
If you have any further queries regarding access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Will food and refreshments be provided?
Yes, lunch is included in the conference ticket price. Tea, coffee and biscuits will also be served in the breaks between sessions. If you have any dietary requirements, please contact email@example.com
Will there be opportunities for networking?
The conference will provide the perfect opportunity to meet with professionals working with children, young people and families, and engage with leading experts and companies helping to solve the problems of tomorrow. The exhibition will run through every break including lunch time, giving plenty of opportunity to network with both exhibitors and delegates.
When do I get my ticket?
Once you have paid to attend the conference you will receive a confirmation email and be added to our attendees list. You will then receive an email containing further information a week before the conference.
To whom do I direct further questions?
Any further questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org