Internet crime and safety is a massive issue for us all, not just school kids.
Surf Online Safe does not only attend schools. I also offer internet awareness presentations to many other organisations across Australia. These include Retirement Communities, Mining Communities, Sporting Agencies and Local Government organisations.
The many issues being faced by our schools regarding the internet also effect the broader community and as such, it is important education at all levels can be provided to those who are online for part or most of their day.
I can attend your organisation to discuss your personal requirements in order to tailor a presentation to your specific needs. This could be to address parents within your organisation in order to make their home life safer or to address the online behaviours of staff to help protect corporate values.
Comprehensive advice and tools to protect from;
- Online Predators
- Australian Crime Trends and how to minimise becoming a victim
- Online Scam, Romance Scam and Internet Fraud awareness
- The Law and how it relates to us all
- Mobile Phone use and technology trends
- Corporation protection
- Online footprint awareness
Surf Online Safe has presented to the following orgainisations;
- Western Australia Football Commission
- South Fremantle Football Club
- Australian Medical Association
- Chevron Australia Pty Ltd
- Scouts Australia
- Catholic Education Association
- Western Australia Police
- Town of Cambridge
- Office of the Attorney General (Victims of Crime)
- Council for International Students
- Martinovich Psychological Services
- Racing and Wagering Western Australia
- Association of Independant Schools
- City of Cockburn
- City of South Perth
- City of Melville
- City of Rockingham
- Curtin Education
- Edith Cowan University
- Education Support - South West
- John Tonkin College Education Support
- Duncraig Education Support Centre
- National Council for Women
- Fremantle Port Authority
- Town of Vincent
Image Above : Paul Litherland presenting for the South Fremantle Football Club.
Image Below : Paul Litherland, panel member WA Cyber Safety forum.