Are you worried about keeping your teenagers safe from Online Predators?
If so, we offer this comprehensive online training designed to train our children strategies to prevent them from being a victim of a cyber predator.
This Course is Offered to the Public for FREE!
This training program is available on-demand, with 24/7 access from any internet connected device and may be conducted in a classroom setting or at the convenience of the participant. This program features lessons over the dangers our children face from cyber predators and how they should respond if victimized, plus participant activities that can be done individually or in a small group. Each participant will have access to come back and review any lesson for a full year from your date of enrollment! (This includes any new lessons or appendix items we may add.)
Scroll down to review the full outline of the course. Note: most lessons will take less than 10 minutes to complete and are written in an easy to understand format. (This course is not designed for an IT staff, we do not confuse you with “Geek Talk”.)
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Cyber Bullying Prevention
Dangers from Online Predators
Overview of the Actions Considered to be Cyberbullying. – Projected Lesson Length: 5-7 minutes
Social Media Spoofing
Recognizing Social Media Spoofing and How to Report It – Projected Lesson Length: 5-7 Minutes
How Sex Traffickers are Using the Internet to Find Victims – Projected Lesson Length: 8-10 Minutes
Response to Dangers
Tips for Reacting to Cyberbullying
What TeensShould Do If They are Being Bullied – Projected Lesson Length: 8-10 Minutes
What to Do If YOU Are a Bully
What Should Happen to a Cyber Bully – Projected Lesson Length: 10-12 Minutes
Social Media Privacy Settings
How to Enable Privacy Settings on Various Social Media Platforms – Projected Lesson Length: 12-15 Minutes
Rebuilding Your Life After Being Victimized
How You Can Help a Student Who has been Bullied – Projected Lesson Length: 8-10 Minutes
How to Be a Good Citizen in the Digital World
As a young adult, you need to learn that you should follow certain rules and etiquette as you live in your online world.
What You Should NEVER Post Online
The proper use of the Internet comes with great responsibility, whether you’re just starting high school, trying to be accepted in a college, or applying for a job. This lesson will train you what NOT to post online.