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Keeping Kids Safe Online Webinar available until 8 May

Updated 4 May 2020

Did you miss Tuesday’s Cyber Safety Webinar? You can still watch it up to Friday 8 May. Great tips on how to keep your child safe online:

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21 April 2020

Cyber Safety Project – Keeping Kids Safe Online Webinar

As part of the Cybersafety Working Group, CMC partners with the Bendigo Community Health Service, local agencies and other schools.

We highly recommend this upcoming free webinar as an opportunity for parents and carers to increase their knowledge of cyber safety.

Bendigo Community Health Services present

Cyber Safety Project


Do you feel ready to help your child navigate the online world?


Tuesday 28 April, 2020 from 7.30pm to 8.30pm online.

Register: Cyber Safety Project

We asked 2387 young people in Bendigo about online safety and this is what we found:

  • Young people said “I would like to talk about how to keep safe on the internet” with their parents/carer.
  • 45% of young people would seek help from a parent/carer if threatened online.
  • Young people want more parent education and awareness about online safety and cyberbullying.

Cyber Safety Project expert Sam Macauley will run this free 60-minute webinar to help parents and carers:

  • Discover the ins and outs of online and social media platforms uch as Instagram, Youtube, Snapchat & TikTok.
  • Uncover mobile apps and games that can be potentially harmful.
  • Explore ways to foster positive digital experiences for children.
  • Discuss ways to manage digital wellbeing for children at home.

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