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CyberSafety Outreach – Presentations and workshops

Professional Development for Educators is a free, one-day accredited workshop.

This comprehensive internet safety workshop covers topics including how children use technology, digital literacy, cyberbullying, identity protection and the legal responsibility of schools to minimise risk. Workshop registration form for Terms Three and Four 2009 now available.

To inform and assist teachers, parents and children about internet safety, ACMA offers Cybersafety Outreach—a program of cybersafety presentations in metropolitan and regional centres throughout Australia. These presentations and workshops provide valuable information on the risks confronting children online, as well as giving appropriate tools to help make internet experiences safe and positive.

ACMA's Cybersafety Outreach—Professional Development for Educators (PD) workshop provides teachers with a comprehensive overview of internet safety. The workshop covers topics including how children use technology, digital literacy, cyberbullying, identity protection and the school’s and teacher’s legal obligations to minimise and address these risks.

ACMA’s cybersafety activities aim to give children, their parents/carers and teachers, sound advice on how best to manage online risks, so their experiences are safe and positive.

Activities include presentations and workshops for parents, teachers and community members in metropolitan and regional centres throughout Australia and in-school activities such as Cybersmart Detectives. ACMA also provides a range of information and resources for the community, including parents, children, teachers and librarians.

The Australian Government – Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is Australia’s regulator for broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications

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