Speaking at Conferences
Penny Limer (formerly Steinhauer) (MLPI) Director of EyePAT CIC
Penny is looking to increase the amount of public speaking she does, and would like to offer her services for future conferences.
Penny has taught thousands of teachers, parents, foster carers, social workers and children how to keep safe online and how to stop bullying and can cover all 7 aspects of Online Safety whilst offering a unique angle on bullying called Happy Kids Don’t Bully and Happy People Don’t Bully.
She speaks at conferences, including the ISA Autumn Study Conference, the Mental Health Matters Wales Conference and the Torfaen Council Staff Conference.
She has run Online Safety Workshops for Radio 1 and Radio 5 Live on Internet Safety Day 2014, at Cardiff Against Bullying Conference 2014 and this year will be running one at the BASW Cymru Annual Conference.
She is regularly interviewed by radio stations as an online safety and anti-bullying expert.
Penny is a CEOP and TAP Accredited Trainer and is a Member of the Learning and Performance Institute.
Penny provides the internet safety and anti bullying training for many Local Authorities including Bridgend, Carmarthen, Wrexham, Anglesey, Swansea and RCT. She also provides the online safety training for BASW Cymru.
Penny is a member of the Preventing Bullying Behaviour Group in Wales, the Anti-Bullying Alliance and UK Council for Child Internet Safety. She is also a working mother with 2 children.
Testimonials from Public Speaking Events
"Thank you for your excellent contributions to the conference yesterday. Informal feedback is very positive. We had 138 delegates who registered their attendance on the day, plus another 25 who came in later!"
- Ruth Derrick, Head of Children & Family Services/Social Care and Housing, Torfaen County Borough Council
"Thank you Penny, for the excellent and professional workshop you delivered at the ‘Life Sucks’ conference at Margam Park on 23rd March 2012, the conference focused on cyberbullying and you did a wonderful job in exploring what cyberbullying is and how it impacts on young people, there was an interesting counterbalance in your presentation with the exploration of what makes a person a bully. The feedback we had on your particular workshop was excellent and included comments such as:
EyePAT – very informative/engaging, EyePAT - excellent, EyePAT - very good, Cyberbullying (EyePAT) excellent – thank you. Overall the conference was rated as a huge success and everyone was very positive about the whole day, thank you so much for contributing to this success. It was great working with you throughout the planning process, you were very supportive and professional. I hope we have the opportunity to work together again."
- Jan Kearn, CEO, Mental Health Matters Wales