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Presentations for parent and carer groups

An eSafety presentation can help parents and carers, youth-focused community groups and others who regularly interact with young people to better understand online safety issues and their impact.

The presentation explores the latest research into online safety, technology trends and the benefits and risks of social media. It includes case studies and targeted advice for helping young people to have safe, enjoyable online experiences.  

Participants will learn about:

  • online safety issues such as cyberbullying, online pornography, sending nudes and sexting, time online, gaming and unwanted contact
  • eSafety’s removal powers related to serious cyberbullying, child sexual abuse material and image-based abuse
  • practical strategies to minimise online risks for those working with and caring for young people
  • where to access online safety resources and advice.

Our online safety experts provide this training for parent/carer conferences and events with a minimum of 50 participants, subject to availability.

The presentation may be delivered face-to-face or via webinar. It is one to two hours long, including question time.

For more information visit Training and presentations FAQ.

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Community Presentations

Do you work or interact closely with young people? Learn more about how our Community Presentations can bring you up to speed with the latest online trends and empower you to deal with online safety issues all Australians may face.

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Presentations for professionals

Our education and training team also provides online safety presentations for professionals working with young people including: