Keep your children safe online
Internet safety workshops for parents, schools, businesses & charities
How are you feeling about tech?
Do you worry about your children’s screentime?
Are you scared about what they might see online?
Would you love to put proper internet safety measures in place but have no idea where to start?
Then I can help. I’m Jessica Chalmers, an online child safety expert and mum of two tech-happy pre-teens.
When it comes to tech, I used to feel just like you. I didn’t know enough and it made me feel wobbly.
Since then I’ve trained with some of the world’s leading child safety experts and I want to share everything I know with you.
From monitoring screen time to talking about tricky topics such as porn, I’ll help you to navigate the choppy cyber waters and become a truly confident digital parent.
My four workshops – Introduction to Child Safety Online, Social Media: What Parents Need To Know, Gaming: What Parents Need To Know, Porn: What Parents Need To Know – are available on Zoom or in person. I also have pre recorded workshops available via instant download.
Join like-minded parents during a live, interactive Zoom workshop. Choose this option for dates of upcoming events.
Get together with friends and colleagues to book an online or in-person workshop near you.
I also run workshops in schools, both in-person and online to parents and young people.
Can’t make a live session? Download a replay of my latest workshops. Get instant access and watch straight away.
Ready To Get Started? Here’s How:
Step 1. Choose a workshop
Choose from a range of topics including online child safety, social media, gaming and porn
“After attending Jess’s Child Online Safety workshop I’m going to be implementing the Family Agreement and I now feel more confident to discuss these topics with my children. Thanks for making me more aware and would highly recommend.”
“Attending one of Jess’s workshops should be a pre-requisite of becoming a parent! She has done all the leg work to help you feel knowledgeable about the pitfalls of letting your child venture into the online world and gives you the confidence that you can help them to do it in a safe and supported way.”
“I’ve attended a couple of Jess’s workshops and found them both to be full of useful information. The advice and research into screen time was brilliant. I feel much more confident about keeping my children safe online now that I have this knowledge.”