Library presentations for older Australians
Libraries can take advantage of free eSafety presentations to help improve the digital skills and confidence of older Australians in their community.
eSafety presentations are delivered by our expert education and training team. Sessions are 40 to 60 minutes long including question time.
The presentation is aimed at groups of older Australians in a library setting.
It provides information to improve digital skills and confidence, address online safety concerns and explain the role of the eSafety Commissioner. Content may include safer online shopping and banking, spotting a scam, staying safe on social media and using public wi-fi safely. Content can be tailored to the interests of the group.
A minimum of 30 participants is required.
For more information visit Training and presentations FAQ.
Free presentations on improving digital literacy and online safety are also available via webinar through the Be Connected program, an Australian government initiative developed by eSafety and the Department of Social Services. Find out more or visit Training and presentation FAQ for more information.
Presentations for parent and carer groups: eSafety presentations can help parents and carers, and other youth-focused community groups, to better understand online safety issues and their impact on today’s young people.
Training for professionals
Our education and training team also provides online safety presentations for professionals working with young people including: