How To Book The Cyber Safety Lady For A Talk

How To Book The Cyber Safety Lady For A Talk

Cyber Safety Talk For Parents

 

Leonie Smith is “The Cyber Safety Lady”

Book “The Cyber Safety Lady” For Your School, Business or Event

Sydney based, Leonie is one of Australia’s leading Cyber Safety Experts. She is a registered provider with the Australian Governments Office Of The eSafety Commissioner. Her practical “How To” approach to Cyber Safety gives attendees the tools to help solve issues around cyber safety, cyber bullying, protecting kids from adult content and online security. Leonie travels all over Australia to present her unique style of seminars. 

Tailor Made Cyber Safety Presentations 

Booking FAQ’s

Fees: Costs and fee structure for the talks and workshops will be sent to you on receipt of your booking enquiry.

Leonie is Sydney based: Travel costs outside the Sydney metro area are extra, costs will be emailed to you after receipt of your booking enquiry. Overnight travel will require TWO consecutive dates to be available.

Booking more than one Talk: There is a limit of 4 talks per day. If you wish to book more than 4 talks please book for 2 days. (does not need to be consecutive, unless overnight travel is required.)

Attendee Size Limits: There is no limit on audience size, but Student talks are targeted to year groups – see below. You can select individual year groups, but not mix junior and senior students in the same talk. Indicate as needed in the “More Details” section of the form below.

School Bookings: Whilst there is no limit on audience size, Leonie does not present a “One Size Fits All” talk for all grades. See the class breakdown for students below in the booking enquiry form. Leonie doesn’t mix junior and senior students in Primary or Secondary levels. This ensures maximum engagement and tangible results for each age group.

How To Make A Booking Enquiry?

Booking Enquiry: Fill out the booking request form below, indicate preferred dates, and Click SEND. You should receive Leonie’s fee schedule and more information about her presentations on the next working day from her booking agent  “Booked Out” Speakers Agency.

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For Schools - Select Type Of Presentation

Other Type Of Presentations

Raising Responsible Digital Citizens/Ditch The Drama Around Digital Devices

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