According to the newly updated Education Act, Bullying means aggressive an typically repeated behaviour by a pupil where it is intended to cause harm, fear or distress to another individual, including physical, psychological, social or academic harm. This can be harm to the individual's reputation or property, but it can also consist of creating a negative environment at a school for the victim. This often takes place both online and offline, with impersonation, privacy violations and the unauthorized distribution of information with the intention to victimize an individual or group.
To address the needs of families to protect their children, the interest of educators to be aware and vigilant about risk factors we created the KnowledgeFlow Anti-CyberBullying Course. This unique workshop is currently available through schools across the Province of Ontario and customized for the audience. Designed to empower children and young people to avoid risky situations, this workshop is full of information to help adults understand the challenges posed by technology and the threat of mis-using information to cause harm. Whether you seek to understand motivations, technical methods or ways to prevent issues from escalating, this course is for you!
Contact us right now reserve a timely and informative workshop for your school or community centre! Our certified risk professionals are uniquely positioned to present the course and engage with specific audiences. This is an ideal opportunity to ask questions, request more information or simply take in example-based scenarios that can benefit parents and teachers alike. Please register a few weeks in advance and be sure to ask about exclusive $250 discounts available during Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week during the 3rd week of November.