The Department of Education and Training (DET), in partnership with the Australian eSafety Commission, is presenting two free cybersafety webinars, for teachers and students respectively, via the Department’s virtual conferencing facility Adobe Connect.
The first session for teachers will be an online introduction to the eSafety Commission and the organisation’s role and resources for schools.
The second session for Year 5-7 students. It will focus on connecting safely with others, managing potential risks online, and include strategies to protect personal information.
These seminars will provide teachers and students with information and advice on cybersafety.
To access and register for the eSafety Commission sessions, register via Adobe Connect.
Dates for the eSafety Commission webinars are:
- Session 1 for teachers
Thursday 10th September 2015 at 3:45pm – 4:45pm
An online session for teachers will introduce the role of the newly formed eSafety Commission and the programs and resources they provide for schools.
- Session 2 for Year 5-7 students
Wednesday 16th September at 9:30am – 10:30am
Secret Security Business will get the students to consider how they can connect safely with others and manage potential risks online. It will include strategies to protect their own and other people’s personal information.
For any queries about this event, please contact Sandy Phillips, Digital Learning and STEM, at email@example.com or visit the Australian eSafety Comission website at esafety.gov.au