Using the expertise from our world-leading programs, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation has established a range of workshops in the areas of cyber safety, bullying and wellbeing for children and young people, as well as the adults who work to support and protect them.
Includes detailed information on risks and opportunities afforded by technology for young people, with practical tips on how to stay safeRead More >
This workshop discusses the choices young people make online and how they all impact their digital reputation and relationships.Read More >
This ground-breaking workshop looks at sexting and image-based abuse in a new way by encouraging students to discuss what it means to be in a respectful relationship and reflect on issues of consent.Read More >
"During delivery of a Family Learning Partnership project at a partner primary school, we identified the need to address the high level of cyber bullying and unsafe use of the internet by children as young as seven years old. We engaged the Alannah & Madeline Foundation to deliver Connect workshops to both students and parents. We chose the Foundation because they have a solid reputation and history of outstanding service which we witnessed firsthand. The Facilitator was engaging, friendly and made a point of including everyone by inviting and encouraging audience participation. The delivery was targeted and relevant to the audience and allowed all the participants to gain a much better set of skills to manage cyber bullying and unsafe use of the Internet. I would highly recommend Connect."
- Heidi Butler-Moore, CEO, Glen Park Community Centre Inc.
"The Connect Workshops provided a great learning opportunity for the children in our school. We would highly recommend the Alannah and Madeline Foundation team in delivering contemporary information in and around Respectful Relationships and Cyber Safety. Book them for your school now!"
- St Augustines School in South Frankston
"Thank you! Appreciate understanding of parents in real world, making suggestions but not making audience feel like they have failed or done anything wrong by their child. Lots of options/ideas to work through and consider for my house!"
- Parent from Seaford PS in Victoria
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation Connect program is a Certified Online Safety Program Provider of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. All our Facilitators have current Working With Children Checks.
Connect clients include but are not limited to high schools, primary schools, colleges, public libraries, McDonalds Australia, Australian Scholarship Group, National Australia Bank, local governments (Wyndham City Council, Mornington Peninsula Shire) and the Glen Park Community Centre.
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