Services for schools & youth organisations.
Student, Parent and Community Presentations and Workshops
We will work with you, so we are aware of any issues and will work remedial strategies into these face to face presentations. Our information is current, all of our content is updated monthly. We offer a variety of age-appropriate presentations K-12. The topics covered in our presentations include but are not limited to:
Cybersafety - 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 (grooming).
Posting and sharing photos.
Sexting, revenge porn (age-appropriate, not delivered in Primary School unless requested).
Managing your digital footprint positively.
Curating your online image.
Cyber-bullying, online harassment, and how to report it.
Known scams and hoaxes.
Online gaming safety.
Strategies to build resilience
We also cover the most popular social media apps being used in your school – what they are, how they work, security, and privacy tips for safe usage.
Primary School, we cover YouTube, Instagram, Musical.ly, Snapchat, Roblox, Minecraft, Clash of Clans/ Clash Royale, Online Gaming, Fortnite, and others as required.
High School, we cover Instagram, YouTube, Musical.ly, Snapchat, Facebook, Yellow/Yubo, YouTube, Sarahah, Tumblr, WhatsApp, Online gaming, Fortnite, and others as required.
Any of the above topics are also available in 60min workshops. (We recommend presentations are broken into two-year groups maximum).
There are no maximum attendee numbers for our parent and community presentations.
Professional Learning for Teachers and Staff - NESA Registered
Held onsite at your school or via webinar, our 2hr and 6hr Cyber Safety Professional Development Training are the leading courses of their kind in Australia and New Zealand.
The training will provide those that complete the course with the knowledge and resources to act as the go-to person for Cyber Safety expertise within the school.
The program reflects the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (AITSL) and is NESA registered.
The 2hr and 6hr courses provide participants with the knowledge and resources to understand Cyber Safety, social media security, privacy, and risk management within a school environment by:
• How to support students and manage Cyber Safety risk within a school context.
• Provides staff with the knowledge of how to comply with the duty of care, social media policy, and implement best practices when using social media. When an employee is using social media on behalf of the school in relation to their role.
• For Professional use when social media is public, content is published on an open, publicly accessible channel or the purpose of work-related topics or issues.
• For Personal use when the purpose of the account has no connection to work-related topics or issues.
Customised courses POA
If you would like to invite members of staff from schools and local youth organisations in your district, please get in touch - we are happy to accommodate this.
eSafety Risk Reviews
Safe on Social Media pioneered Social Media Risk Audits for Schools, they are the best way to see what is actually going on in your school and its community of students, teachers, and parents to form a baseline of where further cybersafety education needs to start.
We have conducted more than 300 of these audits over the last two years.
Lead by our team of industry experts, Safe on Social Media will provide an extensive online risk audit of your school’s social media presence. Our Social Media Audits have set the industry standard for schools. We have taken our 25+ years of experience in information security, privacy, and risk management to deliver this valuable yet affordable resource.
This report enables your school to make clear decisions about training that is required to keep students, staff, and your school's reputation safe when using social media. The result of our research is a customised highly confidential report based on the deep investigation of social media digital footprints together with phone interviews of stakeholders where required. The final report identifies issues and recommendations to remedy them covering student welfare, legal and policy compliance, and reputation management.
Examples of issues we have identified during our risk audits include but are not limited too:
Un-authorised and fake social media sites.
Improper use of social media between students and teachers.
Unprofessional images are traceable to the school.
Publicly available information that comprises student safety and welfare.
Students engaging in unsafe or illegal acts that can be linked back to the school.
Students visiting and commenting on inappropriate sites.
Students posting information relating to self-harm or threatening self-harm.