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Engaging Presentations for Everyone

Through multimedia seminars and the best available expertise, Kiwi brings web safety education directly to schools and local communities. The goal is to encourage better judgment online and to help young people make informed choices when using the Internet.
Events Calendar

We Provide Presentations For:

Elementary Schools

  • How the Internet remembers what we do
  • Why we need to keep our privacy private
  • How not to be misled online
  • How to identify cyberbullying
  • Preparing for using social media, etc.

Secondary Schools

  • Online risks and dangers
  • Making informed decisions on the web
  • How to use social media responsibly
  • How to handle cyberbullying
  • What not to post when applying for
    post secondary education, etc.

Community Groups

  • The basics of how the Internet functions
  • Online risks and issues
  • Methods of engaging young people and speaking to kids
  • Keeping your identity safe
  • What your role is as a bystander with cyberbullying, etc.

Conferences

Our experts are available for conferences and specialized events; for inquiries or to book a conference speaker please contact:
Joanne Harty - (647) 932-1180
joanne@kiwicommons.com

The Topics We Cover:

(material provided by Kiwi Commons)

Packages

Tier 1
  • Initial consultation
  • One, hour-long, seminar (max. 1hr)
  • Follow-up
Tier 2
  • Initial consultation
  • Two, hour to an hour and a half long, seminars (max. 3hrs)
  • Follow-up
Tier 3
  • Initial consultation
  • Three, hour to hour and a half long, presentations (max. 4hrs)
  • Two follow-ups
Tier 4
  • Initial consultation
  • An in-school consultation with staff or parents
  • Full day of presentations (max. 6hrs)
  • Two follow-ups
  • One additional, follow-up, presentation within 6 months
To request a quote, or for further information about our seminar packages, please contact:
info@kiwicommons.com


Frequently Asked Questions


Are your seminars free or is there a fee of some kind?
Our seminars are currently not free. However, schools and community groups that can show financial need are able to apply for our discounted rate. It's through the generous donations from sponsors, institutions and communities that Kiwi Seminars is able to deliver these Internet safety seminars to thousands nearly free.

The costs associated with each seminar range anywhere from $250 to $750, depending on location and the event. Your donations and contributions help us to develop our content and continue to bring Internet safety education and awareness directly to schools and local communities, where it is needed most.
How far in advance should I book a seminar?
The earlier you book, the better we can accommodate your requested date(s). We recommend advance booking of at least three to four weeks prior to the seminar date.
Who funds your organization?
Previously, our entire program was supported by the generous contributions of our sponsors, individual donors, businesses, institutions and communities. Due to their financial support, we were able to deliver seminars to schools and communities free of charge.

Currently, Kiwi Seminars is funded through reasonable rates for our presentations, as well as the continued support of our sponsors, donors, businesses and communities.
I've never heard of Kiwi Seminars before. Do you have any references or testimonials?
All of our seminars have been well-received by audiences. We would be happy to provide you with a few recent schools that can let you know what they thought of our presentations.
Do you offer presentations in the evening?
Yes, we offer evening presentations by request. We take into account the work schedules of parents and educators, and try to accommodate our adult seminars accordingly.
Are you in need of any presenters?
Yes, we are always looking for new presenters who are passionate about the topic of Internet safety to join our team. Please send us a cover letter and your C.V. to info@kiwiseminars.com
What equipment will be required for the seminar?
For standard seminars, we just require three things: a projector screen, a projector stand and an extension chord.
Would you be willing to participate as an exhibitor at trade shows or fairs?
Yes, absolutely. Each request will be reviewed and decided on a case-by-case basis. Please send us information on what the event would involve, as well as our role in the event.



Through multimedia seminars and the best available expertise, Kiwi brings web safety education directly to schools and local communities. The goal is to encourage better judgment online and to help young people make informed choices when using the Internet.