We deliver a range of presentations and development courses designed to educate students, teachers and parents about cyberbullying and internet safety. Presentations are tailored to each school community and are highly engaging and topical.
Our online training courses help remove the mystery of issues surrounding children and technology. Each course gives parents and care givers the tools to create a safe and balanced online experience for their families.
INTERNET SAFE BLOG
Read regular articles and how-to guides on the ever changing digital environment. Our updates inform parents and care givers about topical internet safety issues and provide practical tips for ensuring safety for children of all ages.
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ABOUT INTERNET SAFE EDUCATION
Established in 2008, Internet Safe Education delivers training, speaking and consultancy worldwide in the field of digital compliance including internet safety and cyberbullying. Our programs lead in the field of internet education and awareness and are delivered to school communities, public groups, corporate teams and government organisations in the workplace, and at conference or seminar environments. Delivered internationally, our training programs reach over 100,000 people each year.
Internet Safe Education also provides a community where parents, carers and those interested in the health, safety and well-being of children in an online environment can access the most credible, up to date resources available worldwide. Our simple yet powerful advice will have a positive impact on how your family lives within the digital world.
LATEST BLOG ARTICLES
A Parent’s Guide to Pokémon Go
A Parent’s Guide to Pokémon Go Pokémon Go is the latest and perhaps biggest mobile gaming phenomenon the world has ever seen. In just a few […]
The Sound of Safety – Musical.ly App Rundown
Like many of us, you probably have memories of singing along to your favourite tune with hairbrush in hand as your makeshift microphone or strutting around […]
The consequences of sexting. Educating our children.
Sexting is the distribution of a sexually explicit image of oneself to another user via information communication technology. In short, sending a nude picture of yourself […]
Joe Zavone - Deputy Principal
Nobody else in Australia can offer programs with this level of credibility or insight. I cannot thank Brett enough for the impetus and stimulus you have given us.
Having an awareness of how such criminals operate and hints on how to avoid potentially disastrous situations and educate our girls are simply invaluable to my family.
It was the most successful parent information evening and student seminar day I have experienced.