You Can Help Teens, Tweens, & Kids
Safely Through Online Troubles.
They Can’t Do It On Their Own!
It’s Never Too Late To Be A Great Digital Mentor
An absolute must for parents, social workers, counselors, mentors, foster parents, therapists, club leaders, coaches, and volunteers.
Our program eliminates the technology learning curve focusing on the fundamental problems, not individual apps, while instilling confidence in all participants!
From struggling to understand the ever-changing dynamics of teen social media, to perhaps even being unfamiliar with the legalities of monitoring a child’s smartphone – it’s clear that there is a serious disconnect between caring adults and their children when it comes to not only internet safety, but technology in general!
And while it may not seem like a huge issue if the adults aren’t as tech savvy as the children they work with, consider this…
When children feel a disconnect with an adult it becomes difficult to forge a relationship! This means that the job of a parent or mentor to foster a trustworthy relationship becomes significantly harder than it needs to be… leading to stress, frustration, and feelings of defeat!
But, the good news about all of this? You can get the training NEEDED to assist even the most tech-savvy kids!
Introducing Cyber Smart Mentor Training
This innovative program:
- offers easy-to-digest and in-depth cyber safety training to all adults who have tech-savvy kid
- gives adults the confidence needed to assist children with tech-based problems including & beyond cyber bullying
- is designed to make learning both fun and memorable through a highly interactive e-Learning system!
Here’s a Peak at Some of Our Program’s Many Benefits…
SOCIAL WORKER, LONDON, ON
“I would recommend taking Cyber Smart Canada’s mentor course annually as a refresher. You can never be too safe!”
PARENT, HAMILTON, ON
“Training with Cyber Smart Canada truly was a smart investment for the protection of my family online. I received practical advice on protecting my children from cyber bullying, identity theft scams, and online predators.”
FOSTER PARENT, BRANTFORD, ON
“All foster parents should be offered this internet safety training session before ever having a child in their home.”