ITSB to help teach the next generation about internet safety in new partnership with AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust
IT Services and Solutions provider ITSB (IT Support Business Ltd) today announces becoming an official partner of the AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust (CST) and the new sponsor of the Connect With Care initiative.
ITSB will be working alongside the CST and project ambassador Andrew Surman for the remainder of the 2016/2017 season and 2017/2018 season to educate pupils on the potential dangers of the internet when using their computers, smart phones or tablets.
Lee Dredge, Chief Executive of ITSB says, “As a provider of IT services to schools we feel it’s our responsibility to help educate young people on the dangers of the internet and as a parent myself it’s a subject that’s dear to my heart, which is why I’m delighted that we are going to be working with the the AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust on this great initiative”.
Amy Marks, partnership executive added: “We are very proud to announce our partnership with IT Support Business. The internet has become a daily part of children’s lives and the project really does help reinforce key messages in schools on how to stay safe online. We look forward to working with IT Support Business and together, continuing to grow the initiative.”
Head of Marketing at ITSB,Rob Jelley adds, “The partnership with AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust is a huge coup for ITSB. We recognise the danger the internet presents to young people and are immensely proud to be part of such a great project to tackle the problem”.
See the AFC Bournemouth Website for further details – Click HERE