The Fathering Project presents: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly of the Digital World - The Centre For U

The Fathering Project presents: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly of the Digital World

This workshop is one of four across the year, and we kick it off with a hot topic, children and the digital world.

We’re raising a generation of children who are ‘born digital’ with no memory of life before the internet, and as parents, this can be challenging.  

Over two hours, the workshop will cover a range of key issues, including children and social media use, managing screen time, gaming, cyber bullying, pornography and sexting, plus much more.

The workshop aims to provide guidance to fathers and parents around this often hard to navigate area. You’ll be given advice, conversation starter tips and strategies, as well as a chance for an open discussion, and activities. 

You’ll leave the workshop feeling more equipped and confident in approaching and managing the digital world with your children, and have new strategies to implement in the home to ensure their safety and wellbeing.

This service is free to ETU members and their families.

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If there are no dates available you can call us on 1800 270 875 or send us an enquiry.

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Duration: 2 hours


Location:The Centre for U – Level 3, 200 Arden Street, North Melbourne Victoria.


Program Description

This workshop is one of four across the year, and we kick it off with a hot topic, children and the digital world.

We’re raising a generation of children who are ‘born digital’ with no memory of life before the internet, and as parents, this can be challenging.

Over two hours, the workshop will cover a range of key issues, including children and social media use, managing screen time, gaming, cyber bullying, pornography and sexting, plus much more.

The workshop aims to provide guidance to fathers and parents around this often hard to navigate area. You’ll be given advice, conversation starter tips and strategies, as well as a chance for an open discussion, and activities.

You’ll leave the workshop feeling more equipped and confident in approaching and managing the digital world with your children, and have new strategies to implement in the home to ensure their safety and wellbeing.

Service Provider

 

The Fathering Project