Initiated by the Singapore Police Force (SPF), the National Training Team (NTT) invites all interested leaders to sign up for the course mentioned above.
Scams in Singapore has become the Nation’s leading contributor of criminal activities in the first half of 2022. To combat this trend, the SPF have partnered with the Ministry of Education (MOE) to increase awareness and educate the public on cybercrimes and how to protect themselves from fraudulent activities. This collaboration aims to promote a safer digital environment and counter the rising trend of scams in Singapore.
The UG-wide NPCC Cybercrime Programme Badge has been launched to encourage Uniformed Groups to become advocates against Cybercrime,. Interested schools are to send one UG teacher-in-charge to attend a mandatory online 2-hour training by SPF. Upon completion, teachers will assist in conducting unit-based activities for students to attain the Cybercrime Prevention Badge.
For your convenience, several dates have been made available. Please register for the course by 15 March 2023 via this link: CPP Registration. For more information on the training, kindly refer to Annex A.
For clarifications, please contact Ms Evan Ong, Executive (HR & Training) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6911 5798 for assistance.
Cybercrime Prevention Programme for Trainers
Date and Time (choose one session only):
|1||28 March 2023 (Tuesday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
|2||31 March 2023 (Friday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
|3||3 April 2023 (Monday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
|4||4 April 2023 (Tuesday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
|5||10 April 2023 (Monday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
|6||11 April 2023 (Tuesday)||1500 – 1700hrs|
Topics Covered During the Webinar
- What is Cybercrime
- Legislation and Case Examples
- Cybersecurity Tips
- Cybercrime Trends in Singapore (Including current online scam trends)
- Help Scouts understand the basic laws on cybercrime, cyber hygiene tips, and cybercrime trends in Singapore, particularly those associated with youths.
- Emphasis the importance of staying on the right side of the law.
- To play the role of cybercrime ambassadors and help raise awareness amongst family and friends.