Social networks have become a more dangerous place for teenagers, with a significant rise in cyberbullying. The more parents know about the world of social networking, the more they can protect their children. This training course will look at teenage behaviour online. It will examine the huge peer pressure on teenagers and the issues of privacy which the internet presents. It will also analyse cyberbullying: what it is, what forms it takes, how to combat it and how to prevent it.
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Introduction to Social Networking
Overview of the Main Social Networks Teenagers Use
Analysis of Teenage Behaviour Online
Protecting Privacy Online
Risks in the Digital World
What is Cyberbullying?
Forms of Cyberbullying
How To Combat Cyberbullying
How To Prevent Cyberbullying
Format of Training
Interactive multimedia presentation
Insight and analysis
Key action items for parents
Takeaways: All of the parents and teachers who attend will be provided with a copy of the presentation and an eBook of useful information and resources regarding social networking and cyberbullying.
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