Project Harmony trainers present the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s materials targeting online safety. The training empowers parents, caregivers, and those who care about kids to engage in regular, age-appropriate conversations with youth about benefits, risks, and what to do if something happens online. The training includes resources and information from The National Center for Missing and Endangered Children (NCMEC) and other helpful resources, including discussion guides, tip sheets, and resources to research different apps or platforms children may be using.
This training is brought to you at no cost, thanks to the generous support of The John K. and Lynne D. Boyer Family Foundation.
Beginning in January 2023, the registration process for instructor-led trainings has changed. Start by adding the course to your cart and complete the checkout process. Once checkout is complete, you will be routed to your dashboard. You must now select which session to attend. Click the course title to see course details. Then click Content near the top. Then click the purple course title, which should be #1 in the content list. Then click the purple “Register” button. Select the session you’d like to attend. Confirm the session in the popup by clicking “Register.”
IF YOU DO NOT CONFIRM A SESSION, YOU WILL NOT BE FULLY ENROLLED.
If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please either email email@example.com or call 531-301-5079.
Remaining 2023 Sessions:
– June 26, 9-11am at Project Harmony
– July 18, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar
– August 21, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar
– September 21, 1:30-3:30pm at Project Harmony
– October 12, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar
– November 21, 1:30-3:30pm at Project Harmony
– December 20, 9-11am Webinar
Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing
- Identify the risks to youth presented by online settings
- Implement communication strategies to engage in conversations about online safety
- Demonstrate how to report any concerns related to online safety to NCMEC