TIK TOK: The good, bad and ugly.


Nat Alise, a Tik Tok influencer, and Rachel Downie, Queensland Australian of the Year 2020, are teaming up to empower parents with tools and strategies to mitigate potential risks and impact of TikTok.


Hosted by CEO and Founder of ParentTV, Sam Jockel, this FREE webinar provides you with tools and strategies to live in the messy middle of technology.

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Be aware of what your

child is watching.

Do you really know what your child or teen is exposed to on TikTok?


This is your opportunity to learn about the TikTok platform so you remain informed and understand the potential risk and impact of TikTok on young minds and what you can do to mitigate them.


Considering over 47% of TikTok users are between the ages of 10-29*, it is most likely your child or teen has been exposed to this platform or even use it daily.


This webinar will give you strength, tools and strategies to navigate the platform with your child or teen safely.


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The Webinar is FREE and will cover:

What TikTok is (for parents who don't have an account)

Where parental control settings are on TikTok

What ‘feeding the algorithm in the first 48 hours’ really means

How TikTok creates interest groups that kids are a part of – the good, bad and ugly!

Learn strategies to help you navigate

  • What kids are being exposed to constantly and the ramifications
  • What data is really being collected (and how third party companies monitor movements)
  • Sinister predators and what they could potentially look like
  • Australian law regarding kids and social media platforms, like TikTok
  • When your child is exposed to hurtful comments (or they are the creators of hurtful comments)
  • How to manage usage without causing a household argument

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TikTok: The good, bad and ugly. How parents can keep their kids safe


Meet your expert team

Nat Alise

TikTok Influencer &

Mother of two

Nat Alise is a popular creator on TikTok, known to her 2.5 million fans for her family-friendly content that has resonated with millions of viewers. Originally from the Sunshine Coast, Nat rose to fame with her humorous and relatable videos that highlight the joys and challenges of everyday domestic life and parenting. Her primarily younger audience look up to her as a role model and appreciate her ability to connect with them in a meaningful way through her content.

Rachel Downie

Educator & Speaker, 2020 QLD Australian of the Year

Rachel Downie is an Australian activist and founder of Stymie, an anonymous harm reporting tool for school students. She has worked with over 500,000 students since 2016, empowering them to stand up against harm both online and offline. Rachel's work has been inspired by the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework and the recommendations from the Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study.

Sam Jockel

Founder & CEO of


Sam Jockel started her career as a social worker and first launched into the digital world in 2010 when she started her first Facebook community for parents which grew from nothing to over 170,000 followers. In 2012 established another online community called School Mum which has grown to over 440,000 followers.  In 2017 she ventured into the tech startup world launching ParentTV a video streaming website personalising parenting advice from the world's leading research based parenting experts.


How will this TikTok Webinar help me, and help my child/teen?

It is crucial for parents to become familiar with their children's online activities and ensure their safety. What once was a fun platform for users to share short dances and lip-syncing videos, TikTok has evolved into a more disturbing environment  that can be use for stalking and grooming children, posting inappropriate content, and promoting dangerous activities.

Forbidding your child or teen from using TikTok, isn’t going to work.

However, understanding the TikTok space, how it works and having open, ongoing conversations helps alleviate potential dangers.  Therefore, it is crucial to become familiar with your child’s TikTok activities, understand how it works and ensure their safety.

Will I be able to implement the strategies straight away?

Yes, you will.

Do I need to have a TikTok account?

No. It isn’t necessary for this webinar. However, we do recommend having your own TikTok account and we will explain the reasons why in our webinar.

How long do I have access to the webinar content?

You will have access to the content for thirty days.

Are you ready?

TikTok: The good, bad and ugly. How parents can keep their kids safe