So your kids got devices for the holidays. Bet they got really quiet all of the sudden. Are they tucked into a sofa corner or a corner of their rooms with their thumbs flying? Are you relishing the peace, yet a bit worried about what they’re doing? We’ve got your back, parents.
Frienedy and Safe in the City have teamed up to create Get Safe Academy, where the mission is to empower parents to keep kids safe in this virtual social world we live in! The first course in Get Safe Academy is called the Triple S Course for Parents (Safety, Self Defense & Social Media 101), and it will be available beginning later this month. You can click on the link HERE for early access to a free ebook entitled, “You Got This,” and to gain access to the first 3 courses which are free.
What is Get Safe Academy?
Get Safe Academy’s courses are unique, offering the combined expertise and knowledge of two moms with very different professional backgrounds. Heather Ryan spent 14 years as a special agent with the NCIS before turning in her gun and badge to create Safe in the City, where she teaches self defense, physical and online safety courses to women of all ages. Janel Patterson is the CEO and co-founder of Frienedy.com, the first private group networking application suitable for users of all ages. Both are passionate about teaching parents how to keeps their families safe- both physically and online- as well as how to coach their kids to build a positive online presence that will impress colleges and future employers.
Do you know how child predators think? Who they target? Typical things kids do on social media that can lead the bad guy right to the front door? How about your sixth sense? You know you have one--but how do you identify it and harness it to keep you safe? How do you teach your children how to do the same?
Or, how about all of the social media apps that seem to pop up daily? Seriously, another one?! How you do you stay on top of what’s important to know about these apps as a parent let alone how your kids are using them and what risks they may pose? What about colleges and future employers? How can you hel