At Telstra, we’re passionate about encouraging young people to be safe both on and off the field. We’ve created Play Smart™, a program run in conjunction with cyber safety experts PROJECT ROCKIT and some of your favourite sporting teams and players.
Play Smart™ is a free 3 hour session designed to empower 12-16 year olds by providing important skills around both cyber safety and playing sport as part of a team.
Sessions will be held at locations around Australia from April to September 2018. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
More sessions will be added soon.
Club / Code
Adelaide United FC
Adelaide United Training Centre,
Elizabeth Grove, SA
Club / Code
Melbourne Victory FC
PROJECT ROCKIT is Australia's youth-driven movement against (cyber)bullying. For over ten years, their workshops have helped young people celebrate technology, combat online hate and stand up to bullying instead of standing by.
PROJECT ROCKIT are all about creating spaces where young people have access to respect, acceptance, creative expression and real social leadership.
Telstra and Play Smart Ambassador: Cameron Smith
Cam Smith is the captain of the Australia’s national Rugby League team. He is also the captain of the NRL Melbourne Storm.
As a parent of young children and someone who has experienced cyber bullying himself he is passionate about cyber safety for young people and proud to be the national ambassador for the Telstra Play Smart program.
Children must be between 12-16 years of age to attend this program and parents/guardians can register up to four children per registration form.
Photos and videos may be taken of participants. These may be used by the Promoter for promotional purposes.
Participants will not be able to participate in the sporting session if they arrive injured.
You will be contacted should the program be amended, or cancelled due to inclement weather.