Cyber Ambassador Program.Apply to represent your industry and encourage young people to take up valuable careers in cyber security.

Teaching Resources

NSW secondary schools can apply to the NSWCSN for teaching infrastructure to help teachers deliver cyber/STEM subjects and inspire students to take up careers in cyber security.

The Network will provide this support for up to 80 schools state-wide, to complement existing curriculum programs.

School Commitment

  • Complete a brief interim survey and a feedback form after 12 months.
  • Invite a NSWCSN program manager or cyber ambassador to see your projects in progress.

Successful applicants will be notified within two weeks of application.

Application for Cyber Infrastructure

The purpose of this application is for NSW Cyber Security Network to understand the current resources currently being used by schools Statewide. The NSW Cyber Security Network wants to increase workforce capabilities within Cyber Security by equipping schools with additional resources.

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