Children, youth and technology – how to keep young people safe online

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We’re on a mission to empower adults with the confidence and tools to guide their children and young peopleto use the internet safely. Parents, carers and those who work with children and young people are invited to attend a free in-person information session with Dan Munn from Eyes Open Social Media.

The session will cover the following content:

  • How to recognise, respond to and manage social media issues
  • When and how to report online issues
  • How to communicate with children about online issues
  • Identity theft: how personal information can be stolen and used against you
  • Inappropriate material and the current laws around child exploitation material
  • Predators: how they work, what they look for and what makes a user more vulnerable
  • Cyber-bullying and the current laws
  • Digital footprints and how they can be used to enhance or detract from future opportunities
  • Practical take away tips to reduces risks.

Tickets are free, but booking is essential. Please note that these sessions are not suitable for children.

Tuesday 23 April, 5:30 – 7pm, Mornington. Tickets: or call 0468 576 353.

Wednesday 24 April, 11am – 12:30pm, Rosebud.Tickets: or call 0468 576 353.

Do you have a concern about a child or young person?

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