Cyber Safety Event for Parents and Carers

John Paul College regret to advise that the Cyber Safety Event for Parents and Carers delivered by Internet Safe Education, has been postponed. This event will explore the topic of digital compliance and internet safety. Parents will be presented with engaging and powerful information in a way that will bring to life possible online dangers and responsibilities which are a part of your child’s digital world. Strategies of protection and prevention will empower you to reduce online risks within your home. 

Event Update: 

As the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, John Paul College remains vigilant in monitoring advice from health authorities and making appropriate assessments in the interests of our students, staff and parents, as well as the wider community's health and safety.  

In line with Government health and Catholic Education Commission Victoria advice and our own precautionary measures, we regret to inform you that we are postponing the Cyber Safety Event for Parents and Carers on Tuesday 17th March to avoid any unnecessary risks. We will reassess during Term 2 for other possible dates. The College thanks everyone for their understanding regarding this decision. 


 

What the event involves:

  • Decades of Law Enforcement experience delivers evidence based messages 
  • Time effective and achievable strategies that can be actioned now
  • Online threats and personal responsibilities 
  • Discover how essential and important your role is 
  • Social Networking 
  • The Law Online 
  • Online Gaming 
  • Cyberbullying 
  • Sexting 

Presenter Information, Internet Safe Education 

Shane Mallory.

Shane is highly skilled communicator specially in respect of negotiation, mediation and workshop facilitation. With over 26 years of policing experience including operating as a qualified prosecutor, investigator, lecturer, teaching and IT. With degrees in Education, Training and postgraduate qualifications in Management, he has consulted to the Queensland Police Service Education and Training Command and TAFE Queensland in respect of curriculum and educational design. 

For more information please refer to the below resource:

Parent and Community Education


 

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