Thursday, November 23, 2017

Internet Safety Awareness program for Parents goes tonight at Nisga'a Hall

The White Hatters are back in town and ready to share some more Internet Safety tips with parents from around the North Coast.

The Victoria based organization is offering a Free session of their popular computer literacy program tonight at 6:30 at the Nisga'a Hall. 

Theirs is a project designed to help parents to understand this new era of digital technology and mobile communications in an easy to understand presentation that is delivered with some humour to go along with the very serious message.

Beyond the introduction to what the Internet and Social media is all about for parents, the White Hatter will also share some ways to make sure that our sons and daughters are not engaging in high risk or undesirable behaviour online.

The White Hatter program has been used by SD52 in the past, most recently in the Spring of this year, to provide computer awareness for students and parents alike, some background on their past work in the community can be found here.

To get more information on tonight's presentation which is FREE to all contact Joyce at 250-600-1625. The evening is a presentation of the Prince Rupert Child and Youth Mental Health Action Team.

The White Hatters offered up a shout out to the community through their twitter feed today, offering a glimpse to the themes for this evening's session.

A bit of background on the White Hatter group can be reviewed here

For more items of note on Community Events in the community see our archive page.

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