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Save the date - Thursday 3 November


John Parsons, NZ cyber security expert, will be holding a presentation at Avonhead Baptist Church, on the dangers and issues associated with the use of computers.

Are you a parent/guardian concerned about how your child uses the internet or mobile phone?

Cybercrime is a very real issue facing families in NZ, but there are easy practical steps to help prevent it. Avonhead Community Trust invites you to a presentation on the issues and dangers associated with the inappropriate use of computers, mobile phones and the internet.

Cyber Safety presentation

Topics covered include: online grooming, sexting, damaged reputations, cyber-bullying, reputation management, learning to repel and report, future proofing for employment.

  • Educating young people to understand the value of identity is the first step to using ICT safely.
  • Educating young people to respect and protect friends and family identity is the second step.

Venue: Avonhead Baptist Church, 102 Avonhead Road.

Date: Thursday 3rd November 2016 7:30pm 

Hosted by NZ cyber security expert, John Parsons, who gives you real life examples of children who have been affected by cyber-crime. You will leave with the knowledge to help, support and protect your family. 

  • You will be able to identify the specific challenges children and young people face when using ICT
  • You will be informed and given tools to support your children in how to use ICT safely and ethically
  • There will be some guidance on behaviour management processes in the practical situations you face
  • You will be empowered to take responsibility for safeguarding your children