Want to reduce your child’s risk and exposure to being cyber bullied? This is what you need to know to advise and protect your child.
It is impossible to make your child bully proof. However, you can ensure that your child’s social media accounts and messaging apps are setup in a way that makes it more difficult for bullies to target your child
This is available as a workshop for up to 15 people. In a workshop the participants interact with online social networks and apps.
You will receive a soft copy of very detailed course notes (60 pages)
- How to block people from texting your child
- How to restrict who can call your child to specific telephone numbers e.g. friends and family
- How to block certain numbers from calling or texting your child in the future
- How to monitor what is being texted to your child
- How to restrict who can see your childs updates on Facebook
- How to block other users messaging your child on Facebook
- How to prevent other users tagging your child in photos
- How to setup a Twitter account.
- How to find and connect with friends.
- How to tweet.
- How to make your child’s account private.
- How to block a user from following your child.
- How to check who is following your child on Twitter.
- How to check who your child is following and what they are seeing.
- How to check what is being said about your child on Twitter.
- How to add your child to a private list in order to keep an eye on what he is tweeting.
- How to block access to the Twitter app on your child’s mobile phone.
- How to Set-Up an Ask.fm Account
- How your child can make their account Private
- How to understand Ask.fm settings
- How to Ask a question on Ask.fm
- How to search for someone on Ask.fm
- How your child can change their Password
- How to Block a user
- How to unfollow a user
- How to take a screenshot of what someone has posted
- How to Deactivate & Reactive your account
- How to monitor what your child is doing on ask.fm
Following the course parents will have a step by step guide to minimising your child’s exposure to cyber bullying.