Our services


Student and Parents
 

 

We will work with you, so we are aware of any issues at your school or youth group and will work remedial strategies into these face-to-face or online presentations. Our information is current, all of our content is updated monthly. We offer a variety of age-appropriate presentations K-12.

 

An 18+ version of these topics is available in a Parents and Carers workshop either onsite at the school or online so that the conversations can be continued at home to reinforce what children have learned. 

The topics covered in our presentations are delivered in an age-specific manner.

 

They include but are not limited to:
 

  • Online safety and using social media with awareness.

  • What you signed up for – we explain terms and conditions of use and what they mean.

  • Keeping your personal information private.

  • Online stranger danger and what grooming might look like and what to do.

  • Group Chats and strategies to manage them better. 

  • Posting and sharing photos and the law.

  • Sexting and image-based abuse and the law. (age-appropriate, not delivered in Primary School unless requested).

  • Respectful online relationships and consent. 

  • How to create a positive digital footprint.

  • Cyber-bullying, online harassment, and how to report it.

  • Known scams, hoaxes, deepfake, fake news, and misinformation.

  • Identity theft. 

  • Legal responsibilities.

  • Privacy settings.

  • Online gaming safety.

  • Strategies to build resilience. 

We also leave plenty of time for questions.

We also cover the most popular social media apps and trends in your school what they are, how they work, security, and privacy tips for safe use as we know "don't" doesn't work. 

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Professional Learning

 

New apps, new risks, potential law changes, new strategies to support students, and ways you can teach positive ways to use social media.  This Professional learning is engaging, empowering, and receiving rave reviews. Here is what people are saying. All of our Professional Learning can be delivered face to face or online.


In this Professional Learning update we will cover:

 

  • What you have signed up for...a refresher. 

  • Duty of care and social media policy development and review at your school.

  • Grooming and online predatory behaviors what they look like. 

  • Harmful online sexual behaviours and teaching respectful digital relationships.

  • Cancel Culture and Cyber Bullying.

  • Social Media "Challenges"

  • Group Chats 

  • Fake news and misinformation, Deepfakes, AI, AR, other emerging technologies, and critical thinking.

  • New risky apps - what they are and how they are used.

  • Major apps, what they are, how they are used.

  • How to educate young people to create a positive digital footprint.

  • Sexting, Image-Based Abuse, and the law.

  • How to gather evidence properly for the Police and where to report what.
     

For NSW Teachers - Due to current advice from NESA,  training can be used towards teacher-identified hours. 
Supporting datasheets will be provided after the event. 

1hr, 2hr and 4hr Professional Learning available please email us via the link below for information and costs. 

 

Masterclasses are also offered online via our events tab.

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Additional Services 
 

eRisk Reviews -  Safe on social media pioneered social media risk reviews. Our reports are second to none and have been completed for more than 300 organisations in Australia and New Zealand. Safe on Social Media provides an extensive online risk assessment of each organisation's social media presence delivered in an easy-to-read report with targeted actions to assist in managing your organisation's online reputation. Multiple school discounts available. 

Policy writing and review - Leveraging more than 20yrs corporate experience; includes 1hr workshop, policy writing and review policy. 

Private and Small Group Workshops - We are happy to work with small private groups or families and cover topics similar to those in our parent and student talks from a more targeted perspective.