Internet Health and Wellbeing

Internet Health and Wellbeing

Tuesday 17 September 2019, 7:00pm—8:30pm

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 reduce the risk. Parenting Week invites you to a presentation on the issues associated with the inappropriate use of computers, mobile phones and the internet.


Restriction: All Ages

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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 reduce the risk. Parenting Week invites you to a presentation on the issues associated with the inappropriate use of computers, mobile phones and the internet.
Topics covered:
• Online grooming.
• Sexting.
• Damaged reputations.
• Cyber bullying.
• Reputation Management.
• Learning to repel & report.
• Future proofing for employment.

Suits parents of: All Ages

John Parsons
7pm – 8.30pm
St Albans Baptist Church, 64 McFaddens Rd, St Albans. Parking off Redwood Place.
Hosted by Neighbourhood Trust
$10.00

JOHN PARSONS
John Parsons is an Internet Safety and Risk Assessment Consultant to schools the private sector and the health sector, providing specialist advice and direction on the safe use of Digital Communication Technology.
He delivers cyber safety workshops to those who work with young people in areas of health, education and safety. John also delivers parent/caregiver cyber safety workshops through school or community based initiatives.
John also works with individuals, young people and families who have become ensnared by predatory adults across digital networks, those who have been cyber abused and children and youth who abuse others using online technologies.
He is New Zealand’s leading authority on Safeguarding children online. John is a published author and signed copies of his book Keeping Your Children Safe Online will be available during the session.

Neighbourhood Trust
Christchurch, New Zealand

Based at St Albans Baptist Church. Parking off Redwood Place.

Address: 64 McFaddens Road
Christchurch
Canterbury
Email:
Phone: 033556522
Web: www.nht.org.nz