Responding and reporting critical online incidents

School leaders can learn how to report online content to support student wellbeing.


Date and time: 23 Oct 3:45 – 4:45 pm

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The session is designed for wellbeing and school leaders who lead or support the immediate response and reporting of critical online incidents within school communities. It will explore case studies, incident assessment tools, and how to support both primary and secondary school students.

This professional learning from the eSafety Commissioner will help you to: 

  • respond to online incidents with tools and strategies to deal with cyberbullying, image-based abuse, fight videos, self-harm and suicide content
  • identify eSafety reporting options
  • determine key steps to collect evidence when making a report to eSafety.

Accreditation: Successful participants will gain one hour of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited Professional Development. You will be able to submit your NESA number when you complete the online evaluation which will be sent to you 24-48 hours after the session.


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