Education and skills are critical in learning how to use digital technologies and online spaces safely, whether in the workplace, in schools or kura, or at home. We know how tricky it can be, so Generation Online is there to support at the crossroads where online safety and security, digital capability, citizenship and wellbeing connect.
Digital Safety and Security
Citizenship and Wellbeing
WHAT WE DO
Tangata ako ana i te kāenga, te tūranga ki te marae, tau ana - A person nurtured in the community contributes strongly to society. Our values align with the whakatauki (proverb) that sees an individual's strength as integral to the health and success of the whole group. We work with organisations, groups, schools, kura, and community to develop capabilities, knowledge, digital skills, and values. We place your organisation's needs at the fore and customise approaches.
We offer face-to-face presentations, keynotes, workshops, and online options for groups including businesses; education organisations, young people, whānau, and community.
Consultation services are available for a particular focus an organisation may have. Example, navigating policies and procedures, relevant legislation and regulations, managing incidents.
We help develop digital skills, build knowledge about the online space, foster critical thinking, and explore the values needed to keep safe, manage security, and thrive online.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
Really appreciate your amazing work on this. The resource is everything I imagined it to be. I love the graphics and the flexibility that the resource it offers...after discussions with the team we are going to train a group of people to be able to do this in the new year and weave it into our incident response processes. We are also going to pick up on some of the general ideas/themes and weave them into our proactive citizenship approaches. I can't thank you enough for your amazing work on this - I love working with you, you have an incredible capacity to bring coherence to ideas!
Katie Rawles - Deputy Principal - Wellington College
Anjie brings practical knowledge and many years of expertise around online safety in schools and Kura settings. An important difference is that Anjie deeply understands that each school's online safety needs are unique. Schools will also benefit from her understanding that within a school context, 'online safety' means different things to different groups within a school community - students, teachers, school leaders, and parents and the wider community. Anjie is able to deliver and unpack all nuances of online safety for these groups with an engaging style of delivery.
Asad Abdullahi - Former Manager of Netsafe Contract - Ministry of Education