Community presentations

The eSafety Outreach program provides tailored presentations and workshops to groups working and interacting with young people. All presentations are free and delivered by eSafety experts.

Presentation length is between 1–2 hours and can be delivered face to face or in a webinar format. Many presentations include scenario-based activities to deal with issues relating to an organisation’s work with young people.

The eSafety presentations explain the Office’s power to rapidly remove serious cyberbullying material, detail current technology trends and provide targeted safety advice to support safer and enjoyable online experiences.

We provide presentations for:

Community presentations

Audio description version

Please note: While schools can still access a wide range of online safety resources, the Office no longer delivers face to face presentations in schools. If you would like a face to face presentation please see the state-by-state list of certified providers available for school presentations.

Mental health and social workers

Developing digital intelligence, responsibility and resilience in young people.

This presentation is suitable for youth and social workers, counsellors and psychologists working in youth focused organisations.

In this rapidly evolving digital landscape, having a comprehensive understanding of a young person’s use of technology, and its impact on both online and offline behaviour, is essential in being able to provide effective and responsive care.

The session covers:

  • Key cybersafety issues including:
    • cyberbullying
    • unwanted contact
    • digital reputation
    • sexting
    • accessing sexually explicit and inappropriate material - and its influence on relationships and sexual identity
    • excessive gaming/social media
  • The cultural context of social media and technology use by young people
  • The Office’s power to remove serious cyberbullying material
  • Practical strategies to safeguard and minimise risk with online interactions for those working with young people and advice to support safe and enjoyable online experiences

Presentation summary sheet - Mental health and social workers

Parent and carer groups

This presentation identifies and details current technology trends and provides targeted safety advice to support a safe and enjoyable online experience. The presentation will provide greater awareness of cyber security issues as well as an opportunity to examine the benefits and risks of social media both to parents and carers.

Our education team can also provide educational material to assist with your organisation’s cyber awareness programs.

Presentation summary sheet - Parent and carer groups

Corporate groups

This presentation provides an overview of current and emerging apps and social media used by young people and potential risks. The presentation has a parent focus with attention to powers of the eSafety Commissioner and the Office’s role in taking down prohibited online content and serious cyberbullying material.

Law enforcement

This presentation provides an overview of current and emerging apps and social media used by young people and potential risks. The presentation has a parent focus with attention to powers of the eSafety Commissioner and the Office’s role in taking down prohibited online content and serious cyberbullying material.

Sporting groups

The two presentations include:

Athlete audience (13 years old+)

This presentation identifies the positive and potential pitfalls of using social media as an athlete and provides strategies to deal with difficult situations young people may face online. The presentation includes ideas for optimising social media to build a positive brand and analyses athletes using social media effectively.

Administrators/ Coaches/ Managers/ Parents audience

This presentation outlines the current trends in social media use by young people with an emphasis on the use of social media in a sporting/recreational setting. The presentation addresses the importance of a social media policy and how this policy relates to existing codes of behaviour, member protection and/or related club/organisation policies.

Presentation summary sheet - Sporting groups

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