Please join us to learn more about the Schools Cyber Security Challenges, an initiative of the Australian Computing Academy at the University of Sydney in partnership with AustCyber, ANZ, BT, Commonwealth Bank, NAB and Westpac.
The program is being held with the support of the Victorian Department of Education and Training.
Seminar that includes a panel discussion with education and industry experts
Professional Development workshop for teachers, demonstrating how the Schools Cyber Security Challenges can be implemented in schools
You are welcome to register for either the seminar or workshop individually, or you can register for both.
About the Schools Cyber Security Challenges
The Schools Cyber Security Challenges are designed to provide high school teachers with resources to support the teaching of cyber security concepts, and to inform students of career opportunities in the field.
The Challenges are classroom ready and aligned with both the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies and the ICT Capability. This is consistent with the Victorian Digital Technologies curriculum requirements.
The Schools Cyber Security Challenges have been developed by the Australian Computing Academy at the University of Sydney, in partnership with AustCyber, ANZ, BT, Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank, and Westpac.
Who should attend?
Leaders and Managers in the Education Sector, Principals and Teachers, Industry representatives seeking a workforce with cyber security skills.