Digital Ninja Visits Ballyfermot Students For Workshop On Digital Wellbeing As Part Of All Aboard 2017

DIGITAL NINJA VISITS BALLYFERMOT STUDENTS FOR WORKSHOP ON DIGITAL WELLBEING AS PART OF ALL ABOARD 2017

Digital Ninja Wayne Denner will run a workshop on “Online Reputation, Protection, Wellbeing & Employability”  for students from The Dominican College, Ballyfermot on Monday 3 April, the launch day of the All Aboard 2017 programme that runs until Friday 7 April to build confidence in Ireland’s digital skills for learning.

The workshop is one of almost 300 national and regional events designed to encourage organisations/schools to develop their digital skills for learning- regardless of their skills level.

In this youth session Wayne helps students protect themselves online and become more employable.

Delivering the Online Reputation Matters Program, Wayne motivates students to protect their Reputation and wellbeing online and maximise their individual talent in today’s digital world.

Wayne tells his story and provides sound advice on protecting personal reputation online and using social networks, the internet and smartphones to your advantage. 

Author of ‘The Student’s Guide to an Epic Online Reputation…and parents too, RepSelfie App Inventor, Educator, Entrepreneur, Speaker and Trainer, Wayne Denner set up Ireland’s first Social Network platform in the early noughties before Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and Bebo!. Wayne Denner has 20 years digital experience and is internationally regarded as a thought leader and influencer on online safeguarding, youth engagement online and emerging trends in today’s rapidly changing online environment.

All Aboard 2017 is co-run by Ireland’s  higher education sector and The National  Forum for the Enchancement of Teaching and Learning  in Higher Education.

To participate in All Aboard 2017 visit www.allaboard2017.ie.