Strategies for esafety
The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner will be delivering a presentation about online safety for young people on Tuesday, July 18 at Wickham Library from 6pm-8pm and on Thursday, July 20 at Karratha Library from 6pm-8pm.
The presentation, by the Office of the Chidren’s eSafety Commissioner senior trainer Greg Gebhart, will provide an overview of how young people use technology and the risks to which they may be exposed.
Parents, carers, educators and other participants will be given practical information to support conversations and safety measures for today’s youth.
Strategies for the safe use of the internet will be explained and useful links to the office’s eSafety resources provided.
Mr Gebhart is the senior trainer for the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner and one of Australia’s leading presenters.
He has a degree in applied science (physical education) and a masters in computer education and has provided presentations to more than 500,000 participants at State, national and international events.
Mr Gebhart has a strong background in leadership and change and has held senior positions including regional manager for the Victorian Industry and Education Partnerships program and chairman of his Regional Adult Education Board.
In his spare time, he is involved in a range of sporting bodies and is a volunteer firefighter.
He has been recognised for his achievements and passion to help others many times, including being listed in the Who’s Who list of people that have shaped Australia and receiving the International Society for Technology in Education global achievement award.
A minimum booking of 15 people is required by July 13 for the workshop to go ahead.
Reserve your place by contacting the Wickham Library on 9187 1661 or the Karratha Library on 9186 8660.