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Featured Project - Helping Teenagers be Cyber Smart

Come along for a FREE Triple P Seminar Program for all parents of early teens!

Helping Teenagers be Cyber Smart

Researchers at the University of Queensland are trialling a newly developed Teen Triple P Seminar Program. The seminar “Helping Teenagers be Cyber Smart” aims at helping parents who are always concern with their teenager’s Internet and mobile usage. It discusses the dangers of the cyber world (i.e. cyberbullying, sexual predation, identity theft, etc.) and also provides parents with important information on how they can help their teenagers to be cyber smart. The seminar will be delivered by a trained Triple P practitioner and it will be offered to all eligible parents for FREE as part of the research project. Parents who attend the seminar will be provided with a Tip Sheet that summarises what is covered during the seminar.

Parents are required to answer a brief online survey before attending the session and again a week or two later to assist in the research.

If you have children in their early teens (12-15 years) and always concern with your teenager’s Internet and mobile usage, this seminar is for you!

“Helping Teenagers be Cyber Smart”

  • Date: 21st of August 2012                                         
  • Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm
  • Location: Triple P centre, 11 Market Street North, Indooroopilly, 4068, Australia.

For more information please visit the project website:

If you are interested or have any enquiries regarding the project, please contact Florentyna Chuah via florentyna.chuah@uqconnect.edu.au

Please RSVP as seats are limited.

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