Workshops

CYBERSAFE 7 – 11 years

October 3, 2020

Rates

Residents: $35.00

Non Residents: $40.00

Time

9:00am - 11:00am

Dates

Saturday, October 3

It is estimated that two out of three households have a computer and access to the Internet. This non-threatening course helps increase critical thinking skills, and teaches kids how to stay safe from predators and cyber-bullies.

 

Students learn through:

  • Group work to identify with realistic events.
  • Role play and scenarios to teach useful skills.
  • Discussion around face to-face friends and online friends.

Students will learn:

  • Rules for safely using social networks.
  • How to recognize warning signs from online predators.
  • How to identify, avoid, and respond to cyber bullying.
  • How to get the most out of the internet while staying safe.

BULLY PROOFING 7 – 11 years

October 3, 2020

Rates

Residents: $35.00

Non-Residents: $40.00

Time

11:30am - 1:30pm

Dates

Saturday, October 3

This child safety program is designed to be preventative and proactive, so that children can avoid being bullied, and if they are bullied, know how to stop it. In an interactive, non-threatening manner, children learn how to become 'BullyProofed'.

I WANNA WALK 7 – 11 years

October 10, 2020

Rates

Residents: $35.00

Non-Residents: $40.00

Time

9:00am - 11:00am

Dates

Saturday, October 10

One of the most difficult things for many parents is allowing their children to walk to school on their own. Eventually most of us will decide that our kids are mature enough to walk to school or to a friend´s house on their own.

Students will learn:

  • How to plan a safe route to and from school
  • Who to go to for help
  • The #1 rule to safety
  • What to do if approached by a stranger
  • How to deal with potential bullies
  • What to do if a friend is being bullied
  • Pedestrian, bicycle, skateboard, and roller-blade safety

STRANGER SMARTS 7 – 11 years

October 10, 2020

Rates

Residents: $35.00

Non-Residents: $40.00

Time

11:30am - 1:30pm

Dates

Saturday, October 10

This workshop captures the attention of students and allows them to learn how to make safe choices when approached by strangers. Lessons will help reduce fear and anxiety by providing skills and knowledge they need teaching them to make safe choices, and giving them the confidence and skills to react safely to these experiences.

Children learn skills to help them understand:

  • Tricks predators will use to gain their trust
  • How to recognize and protect their personal safety zone
  • How to listen to their personal alarm to focus on safe situations rather than places
  • The # 1 golden rule to safety