No silver bullet will make the internet and technology 100 percent safe, but there are things you can do to minimise your online risks. And that’s where Netsafe can help with easy to understand information and tips for people of all ages.

What does a Netsafe presentation involve?

Netsafe provides tailored presentations for schools, Communities of Learning, organisations and businesses, and community groups throughout New Zealand.

Our presentations are developed in consultation with you, with your audience’s needs in mind, and are facilitated by one of our online safety experts.

A standard presentation is 45 minutes long with 15 minutes allocated for questions but this can be flexible depending on your needs.

What else can Netsafe do?

In addition to offering presentations, Netsafe can also facilitate online safety discussions, host workshops or provide consultation services. For more information about the work we do in schools, click here.

How much does Netsafe charge?

As Netsafe is an independent not-for-profit (NFP) there are some services that we need to charge for to cover the costs involved in developing content, our expertise and delivering our service. Costs may be subject to change depending on your requirements and so we are happy to provide a quote. A summary of costs for services is outlined below.

Netsafe member
Activity Cost
Travel and Expenses Cost recovery
Presentation (up to a maximum of one hour) $210
Session facilitation (up to a maximum of two hours) $350
Workshop (up to one day) $1, 050
Consultation (policy or strategy development) $210 per hour

Find out how to become a Netsafe member here.

Charity/NFP organisation
Activity Cost
Travel and Expenses Cost recovery
Presentation (up to a maximum of one hour) $150
Session facilitation (up to a maximum of two hours) $250
Workshop (up to one day) $750
Consultation (policy or strategy development) $150 per hour
Groups/organisations
Activity Cost
Travel and Expenses Cost recovery
Presentation (up to a maximum of one hour) $300
Session facilitation (up to a maximum of two hours) $500
Workshop (up to one day) $1, 500
Consultation (policy or strategy development) $300 per hour
Education

State and state integrated schools

Activity Cost
Session Facilitation (up to a half day) no charge – funded by the MoE
Travel and Expenses Cost recovery

Find out more information about how we support schools or contact us directly at queries@netsafe.org.nz
Independent schools

Session Facilitation (up to a maximum of two hours) $300-$500
Workshop (up to one day)  $1, 500
Travel and Expenses Cost recovery

Note: While Netsafe’s Education Team does not work directly with students, we can advise schools on alternative options. Contact us at queries@netsafe.org.nz.

Conferences, Keynotes and Forums

For information about involvement in a conference, forum or keynote, please contact one of the team on 0508 NETSAFE or email outreach@netsafe.org.nz

Request a presentation

Please complete the request form and one of our team will get back to you.

Testimonals

  • “Thank you so much for presenting at our forum.  The feedback is that your contribution was very much appreciated and people learnt a lot about your service…” – Age Concern New Zealand
  • “Thank you for the fantastic resources that have arrived this morning, they look incredible and we are looking forward to reviewing them and then writing about them in our Term 4 newsletter…” – Child & Adolescent Family Mental Health
  • “Thank you so much for the excellent and informative presentation. There was such a positive response from the parents and it will be great to carry on the conversations. I have already had one parent ask if we are going to run another one soon. Thank you also for the resources-that’s a good idea to spread the message over the year…” – Deputy headmaster
  • “Your two facilitators were awesome and were the catalysts for the success of the seminar. Your pace was perfect, the breaks to discuss came at just the right time and the scenarios very vividly familiar to all present. What was really impressive was the paradigm shift that you effected – to concentrate on the values and attitudes, not the digital devices.” – Secondary Schools’ Wellbeing Schools Network, Lower Hutt