Esperance parents to benefit from cyber safety and protective behaviour workshops

The WA Child Safety Services are holding two free workshops for parents in Esperance.

The first parent workshop is a 'Cyber Safety' workshop, which is filled with up-to-date information, real world examples, practical strategies and conversation starters.

The workshop will be held Monday, May 6 from 6pm to 8:30pm at Lotteries House.

It will provide an overview of popular social media platforms, games and apps that children are using, how screens are impacting sleep, education and friendships.

Attendees will also look at strategies such as screen time limits, device restrictions and parental control tools.

The workshop will explore digital risks including online grooming and catfishing, adult content and cyberbullying.

To book click here 

The second workshop will be a 'Protective Behaviours' workshop about personal safety skills and strategies that can help empower children and keep them safe from abuse.

The workshop will be held Tuesday, May 7 from 6pm to 8:30pm at Lotteries House. 

It will provide practical activity ideas and conversation starters.

This workshop is not suitable for children. 

To book click here