We deliver engaging presentations to empower students at each stage of their education; from primary, secondary through to senior school to use the internet safely and responsibly.
We provide tailored information sessions for teachers and parents; about protecting and supporting children in the online environment.
Educate your community online. Live or recorded cyber safety presentations for student cohorts, parents and teaching staff.
- Live Webinar sessions or pre-recorded presentations available
- Delivered remotely in the class or at home. Anywhere
- Unlimited Attendees
- No software download required
- Any device – laptop, tablet or smartphone
- Interactive with Q&A or polls if required
- Ready to go – Plug and play
- Packages to suit any audience
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.
ONLINE LEARNING AND RESOURCES
COURSES FOR PARENT AND CARER COMMUNITIES:
This package will provide your parent and carer community with the knowledge and actionable tools needed to create a safe, fun and productive cyber environment within the home.
COURSES FOR STUDENTS:
Clever Digital Choices is a Cyber Safety ready-to-use resource for students aged 10-12 years designed to empower upper primary aged students to be successful 21st century learners and assist teachers in facilitating discussions with children enabling them to making clever digital choices to play and learn safely online.
The Book To Enlighten And Empower Your Parents
Brett Lee’s new book Screen Resolution is a must-read for educators, health professionals and everyone committed to the well-being of their community! As an internet detective, Brett spent thousands of hours online, hunting down child sex offenders to ensure their prosecution.
With the help of journalist co-author David Morris, he powerfully recounts his experiences, profiling predator behaviours and exposing their sinister intentions. These confronting stories will help you determine what is going on behind the scenes of our digital device screens and reveal what you can do to protect the vulnerable online.
The unique quality and aspects of Internet Safe Education’s approach are a result of the experience of former detective Brett Lee who worked as a Queensland Police Officer for 22 years, 16 of which as a detective in the field of Child Exploitation. Brett has been personally involved with the interview, location, arrest and prosecution of hundreds of online criminals and predators. Nobody else in Australia can offer programs with this level of credibility or insight whereby the learning outcomes can not be denied.
Ross Pascoe has more than 20 years experience in emergency services, law enforcement, investigation and training. These include 6 years as crew chief / chief training officer of the Westpac LifeSaver Rescue Helicopter and 19 years in the Queensland Police Service, currently at the rank of Acting Senior Sergeant.
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