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Growing up online with Susan McLean - A cyber safety seminar

Thu 19 August 2021
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Camberwell High School

Prospect Hill Road
Canterbury VIC 3126

Free
08/19/2021 7:00pm 08/19/2021 8:30pm Growing up online with Susan McLean - A cyber safety seminar Join this educational and entertaining session for parents and carer givers.  Susan’s unparalleled knowledge leaves audiences shocked at the reality of the online world. It is a wake up call to even the most switched on parent and is delivered with Susan's famous 'no nonsense' approach. The session  will cover the positive benefits of technology as well as what parents need to be aware of. The seminar recognises the importance of families feeling empowered to have informed and constructive discussions about how teenagers can safely navigate the online world while maintaining respectful relationships with their peers. Susan McLean is Australia’s foremost expert in the area of Cybersafety and young people. She was the first Victorian Police Officer appointed to a position involving Cybersafety and young people.  Susan is a member of the National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB), a Trusted Education Provider (Office of the eSafety Commissioner) and an ambassador for Collective Shout. A published author,  her book 'Sext's Texts and Selfies', is the definitive guide for parents, teachers and carers to help children stay safe online. This seminar is delivered by School Focused Youth Service, a program funded by the Victorian Government for students from year 5 to 12, their families and school communities, to support young people to remain engaged in education. , City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public

Event details

Join this educational and entertaining session for parents and carer givers. 

Susan’s unparalleled knowledge leaves audiences shocked at the reality of the online world. It is a wake up call to even the most switched on parent and is delivered with Susan's famous 'no nonsense' approach. The session  will cover the positive benefits of technology as well as what parents need to be aware of.

The seminar recognises the importance of families feeling empowered to have informed and constructive discussions about how teenagers can safely navigate the online world while maintaining respectful relationships with their peers.

Susan McLean is Australia’s foremost expert in the area of Cybersafety and young people. She was the first Victorian Police Officer appointed to a position involving Cybersafety and young people. 

Susan is a member of the National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB), a Trusted Education Provider (Office of the eSafety Commissioner) and an ambassador for Collective Shout. A published author,  her book 'Sext's Texts and Selfies', is the definitive guide for parents, teachers and carers to help children stay safe online.

This seminar is delivered by School Focused Youth Service, a program funded by the Victorian Government for students from year 5 to 12, their families and school communities, to support young people to remain engaged in education.

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School Focused Youth Service Coordinator
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