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Safe Online with Facebook: Spotlight Series

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The Safe Online with Facebook Spotlight series is focused on empowering students aged 10 – 18 with the knowledge and skills required to stay safe as they explore the internet.

Beyond these young people, teachers/school administrators and parents who also engage with these students virtually would also be equipped with the skills to support their safety online.

This free programme will be delivered webinar-style with lots of interactive and engaging activities for 45 mins- 1 hour around the following: Password Security, Privacy, How to Spot Fake News and Fake Identities, Addressing Cyberbullying etc

participants stand a chance to win exciting prizes by participating in the mini Safe Online Game show at the end of each session.

The spotlight series is scheduled

Date: Saturday, 15th of August 2020.
Time: 4:00-5: 00pm
Venue: Virtual (link to be shared with registered participants)

Register your wards, staff to be part of this amazing session.

Click here to register

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