We have transitioned several of our presentations and workshops to webinar and web-based resources. These webinars and online workshops will interest parents and professionals looking to update your skills.
Merlyn Horton takes an energizing, pro-technology approach to the issues of technology and human-service delivery empowering parents, frontline staff and caregivers with positive, educational thought-bombs and resources. Horton’s enlightening—and humorous—stories and multimedia slide webinars are information rich, academically-referenced and thoroughly engaging. All stakeholders will learn how to strengthen connections with persons-served in productive, boundary-aware and professional ways both online and off.
Top 5 Ways to Prevent Online Sexual Threats for Kids (Audience : Parents)
Managing Online Risks and Improving Virtual Learning (Audience : Parents)
Young Families, Social Media & Providing Support Services Online (Audience : Early Childhood Educators)
Online Predation: Current Concerns, Responses and Prevention (Audience : Victim Service Workers)
Managing Video Conferencing, Social Media and Promoting Mental Wellness Online (Audience : Youth-serving Professionals)
Canadian Policies for Online Therapy, Where to Look for Guidance (Audience : Youth-serving Professionals)
Webinars in Development
Tech/Sex Talk (Audience : Grade 8 – 12)
Families Online: Keeping An Open Dialogue (Audience : Parents and Children)
Life Online and Parental Controls (Audience : Parents)
Promoting Critical Thinking Online (Audience : Parents and Teachers)
Online Tools to Promote Mental Wellness (Audience : Youth-serving Professionals)
Online Pornography and Adolescent Sexual Health (Audience : Parents and Youth-serving Professionals)
Understanding the Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (Audience : Sexual Abuse Counsellors)
Tech 101: Foundations of the Internet for Late Adopters (Audience : Technology-reluctant adults)
Interacting with Clients Online: Platforms Security and Boundaries (Audience : Human Service Professionals)
Foundations of Shelter Work (Audience : Homeless Shelter Staff)
Contact us if you have specific concerns or content you would like to deliver to your organization or group. We feel confident in our reputation and invite you to see our website for some testimonials or contact us directly about a reference we can provide in your area of B.C.
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Please contact SafeOnline for customized professional webinars to meet the needs of professional educators, law enforcement, youth workers or other concerned groups. Webinar content and length are customized according to requirements.