For parents

Our 8 “easy to implement” online parenting steps are the foundation for parents trying to keep their kids safer and saner online!

This highly practical and informative workshop was developed to help parents (and teachers) to implement 8 critical steps to help keep kids safer and saner online. It includes analysis from global futurist, Graeme Codrington, on what this means for your child’s future and why this course is so vital for today’s modern parent!

The normal price is $37 (roughly R620), but if your school is keen to advertise it to your parents, this is the deal:

  • attendees will receive a $10 discount (making it about R540, or a dinner out with the family)
  • your school will receive one third of the workshop price towards your fundraising.

Sounds interesting? Chat to us for more information

For learners

Be in Touch talk and survey

After talking to more than 3 000 South African and UK learners in the last two years, we’ve collected some valuable data into what tweens and teens are really doing, seeing and experiencing online. Using these insights, as well as Josh’s own personal life lessons, we can prepare a personal, age appropriate 45 min talk, to share with learners at your leisure, prompting them to share back to us via our carefully crafted anonymous survey. We’ll crunch this into feedback that you can use as a school community to focus your curriculum as well as activate your parents.

The Informed and Empowered Programme

Rob Cop and Zareen, the Kiwi filmmakers responsible for the documentary “Our Kids Online” have spent the last couple of years travelling New Zealand giving evening talks to teachers and school parent communities. What have they learned? That many teachers and principals feel like they’re drowning with all the issues kids are bringing to school based on their online use and activities outside of school, and that it’s hard to find the time and resources to tackle these issues that seem to be getting worse by the week. Kids falling asleep in class, online fights, nudes and inappropriate material being passed around, cyberbullying… the list goes on!

And so, they have created a fully facilitated online educational film series, specifically made for schools to help tackle these issues. The course is not only for educating students but also for your parent community as well as staff for professional development. Check out what the programme entails and how it could be a great (and affordable!) fit for your school Introducing The Informed & Empowered Programme


People are talking

  • Thanks for helping us keep our kids safe online! Get these guys into your school.

    Devin Lester Avatar Devin Lester
    May 18, 2022
  • I've attended a few of Josh Ramsey's webinars. I learn something new every time. It is a scary world out there and these are super useful webinars with excellent tips for keeping our children safe. The most recent takeaway for me, as parents, is to model good habits to our children.

    Tracey Bronwen Mulville Avatar Tracey Bronwen Mulville
    April 13, 2022
  • I consider our family pretty tech savvy but this webinar taught me a few things - definitely taking some action items from the webinar to keep my child safe.

    Anthea Baroutsos Avatar Anthea Baroutsos
    April 20, 2022
  • Listened to the Herschel Webinar. Informative and interesting. Spoke to my Grade 4 daughter, she also enjoyed the interaction during school. Many thanks - off I go to instal proper parental controls

    Heidi Villa-Vicencio Avatar Heidi Villa-Vicencio
    June 22, 2022
  • Great platform... Keep your children safe

    Kelby Tansley Avatar Kelby Tansley
    May 16, 2022
  • My child's school had Be In Touch come in and talk to the students (including doing polls and surveys), and then followed that with a session for parents in which they shared some of the data, experiences, and conversations that came up. It made for a really relevant and focused session for the parents, with practical tips and solutions to assist them with keeping kids safe online. I also enjoyed the way they highlighted the partnership between schools, staff and parents, and prioritised children's safety and security over popularity and privacy. As a teacher and parent, I highly recommend Josh and Kate, and their sessions.

    Robyn Hendricks Klaasen Avatar Robyn Hendricks Klaasen
    August 12, 2022
  • The help i needed with my kids online life. I did two webinars that was very informative with useful tips and links to further help with managing kids online life. Will highly recommend them.

    Antoinette Kok Oosthuizen Avatar Antoinette Kok Oosthuizen
    September 26, 2022
  • positive review  The solution could not be more relevant.

    Arno Van Der Walt Avatar Arno Van Der Walt
    December 15, 2020
  • positive review  Thanks for the awesome webinar today - very helpful and inspiring!

    Nicola Moor Kendall Avatar Nicola Moor Kendall
    February 16, 2022
  • positive review  Their webinars cover topics that are so informative, interesting and helpful. The online world is a black hole and unless you’re involved in that world (be it work or pleasure) you are none the wiser to what really goes on. Be in Touch opens your eyes to what can/is really happening out there and offers the guidance and assistance in putting the necessary measures in place to keep your children safe. Their help doesn’t end at the webinar either. They respond to emails quickly, are friendly and offer further guidance, tips and assistance to questions that have been asked. I definitely recommend Be in Touch.

    Bronwyn Nielsen Avatar Bronwyn Nielsen
    March 3, 2022

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