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Online Bullying Workshop 4th June

May 27, 2015 at 4:14 PM

Skylight are offering a workshop in Auckland on the 4th of June which will look at online bullying and online issues with children and young people. Presented by Lee Chisholm. 

When: Thursday 4 June 2015, 9.30am-12.30pm

Where: Te Ngakau Waiora Mercy Spirituality Centre 104 The Drive, Epsom, Auckland

Organised by Skylight

Cost: $80, includes morning tea and handouts. Places limited. Register now

This is a Skylight Talking about... professional development workshop.

This workshop will cover ‘online safety and digital citizenship.’

Topics to be discussed:

  • A quick look at security and scams
  • What children and young people are doing online
  • How can we help them be as safe as possible
  • Some challenges they will need to manage.

There will be plenty of chances to ask questions, discuss problems and look at some resources.

Presenter: Lee Chisholm is Operations and Training Mana ger at NetSafe. She delivers cybersafety and digital citizenship pres entations around the c ountry to parents and caregivers, school staff and m anagement and the wider community.