Understanding how to use social networking and search engines in a safe manor without compromising safety is crucial in today’s society.
While the Internet is filled with enormous promise, it also carries some serious new safety concerns. One of which is how to protect yourself from predators. As sophisticated as pre-teens and teens have become, many don’t realize that the types of Web sites they visit, the information they post about themselves, and the off hand remarks they sometimes make can lead to danger or trouble. This training will consist of a PowerPoint presentation, as well as real examples of what to do and not to do on the Internet to avoid predators.
This free session is appropriate for parents, educators and individuals in the community that work with youth as well as pre-teens, teens and older youth.