Workshops | Presentations | Consultation

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Generation Online is there when the wheels have fallen off.

Whether it’s online incident management, or a need to support those in your workplace or kura with a focus on digital resilience, safety and security, and wellbeing, we have subject matter expertise and experience to deliver ‘on point’ training and PLD.  

 We deliver a range of services, dedicated to your organisational needs through face-to-face, online, tailored resources, or a multifaceted approach drawing on all of these.

We are also sought after for our “visually engaging and informative” resources because we excel at taking complex information and presenting this is in accessible and appealing ways. 

We are MoE accredited Facilitators and funding options are available for schools and kura. 

For more information, email anjela@generationonline or complete our contact form.


Workplace Training | Digital Resilience, Safety and Wellbeing PDF download

Education Sector

MoE Accredited Facilitator 
Funding Options Available

An outline of services offered for schools and kura, ECE,  communities and other groups, can be viewed in the PDF below.


Whānau, Community, and Groups

We work with many groups, so give us a call to chat about how we can help your family, iwi, or group. Download PDF or view online below.

Download Community and Whānau brochure here

Consultation Services

Consultation services are offered and we provide in-time support for your organisation. Consultancy can be delivered face-to-face or online.

Consultation may include but is not limited to:

  • supporting our digital strategy
  • reviewing or developing policies, procedures, and Agreements
  • looking at key legislation including the Harmful Digital Communications Act
  • developing  curriculum  around online safety and citizenship
  • managing online incidents
  • developing a positive online culture around safety, citizenship and wellbeing
  • considerations around remote learning and teaching
  • effectively engaging with Whānau 

Generation Online does not provide legal advice and will always recommend legal advice is sought for enquiries where legal advice is desired.

Presentations | Workshops 

Sessions are always developed with the needs of your organisation or group at the fore.  This could include for example:

  • building a culture of  safety and citizenship online and offline
  • understanding how to mitigate or manage online risks and potential harm
  • knowing what help and supports are available
  • fostering confidence and capabilities around the online space
  • curriculum and resources 

Ākonga | Digital Safety | Critical Thinking

Developing knowledge of the online environment, acquiring digital skills, and forming values and dispositions needed to thrive online are part of becoming ‘digitally fluent’.

Sessions may be run as a series, or a single session. Online learning is also provided. Sessions with students are designed with:

  • their age and stage in mind
  • a focus on online safety, rights and responsibilities
  • fostering concepts of wellbeing and citizenship 
  • knowing what to do in the face of challenges, risks and harm

Ākonga Voice – Ākonga Agency

Generation Online provides survey tools for gaining insights into students’ perspectives on their knowledge, skills and needs online. This can provide a valuable platform for building a positive online culture with students.


Some schools and kura may be eligible for funding under the MoE PLD model in alignment with national priorities for the Digital Fluencies strand in the DT and Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum.  Please enquire as Generation Online is an associate of Digital Circus and Cyclone Computers, both endorsed MoE providers.

For more information, you can email or send requests through our Contact Form.