Register for our Facebook Live Event: An Introduction to Online Safety Boost

On Wednesday 9th May 2018 at 4:00pm we will be delivering a live webcast via Facebook Live introducing people to Online Safety BOOST, our award-winning online safety toolkit.

During this webcast we will:

  • Introduce you to BOOST and quickly overview the tools
  • Provide an overview of the new dashboard and some of the improvements to the tools
  • Explain how to setup the reputation alerts tool and an overview of the improvements we have made to it
  • Demonstrate how to access webinars
  • Setting your staff up with a link to the training section, watching videos, taking the certification test, and tracking results
  • We will answer any specific queries from attendees, and show how to do specific tasks if requested.

Please register your interest for this live webcast using the link below, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Register for an Introduction to Online Safety BOOST

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