DOT COM is a high impact, immersive full day program which aims to empower your students to take charge of the challenges and possibilities of their world - on and offline - with empathy.

Program is 3 workshops (90 min + 90 min + 60 min)


1. A toolkit of strategies both to lead safe and healthy digital lives, and to navigate harmful online experiences (e.g. online hate & image based abuse).

2. Deeper empathy for people experiencing (cyber)bullying and improved literacy to provide peer support.

3. An increased awareness of the impact of their own online communications and wider behaviours on those around them. Insight into their own online behaviours, limits and potential to create positive change.

  • PROJECT ROCKIT is endorsed by the eSafety Commissioner as a Trusted eSafety Provider.
  • Our workshops are youth-driven and evidence-based, with all learning outcomes aligned to the Australian Curriculum .



To ensure the most impactful and engaging workshops for your students, all PROJECT ROCKIT workshops require the following essential venue and tech requirements to be met without exception:

Essential venue and tech requirements:

  • Large projector or screen with VGA/HDMI input that can be seen clearly by every student
  • Adequate sound or speakers provided
  • Individual chairs for every student
  • Two roaming microphones (only for groups of 80+ students)
  • Active staff supervision

Suitable workshop spaces:

  • An auditorium or theatre space
  • School hall
  • Multi-purpose room
  • BER building
  • Double classroom

Unsuitable workshop spaces:

  • Gyms
  • Basketball courts
  • Shared spaces with noisy thoroughfare
  • Spaces where students are seated on the floor
  • Outdoor spaces

Additional essential venue requirements for a DOT COM:

  1. Large projector with VGA/HDMI input and screen/s that can be seen clearly by every student
  2. Adequate sound or speakers provided
  3. Individual chairs for every student
  4. Two roaming microphones (groups of 80+ students)
  5. Active staff supervision
  6. Either tiered seating or a raised stage to ensure that students and presenters can see each other

Please speak to our Bookings Team for the specific requirements of your workshop as there may be additional items for your students to bring. Finally, we strive to make our workshops as accessible and inclusive as possible. Please check out our Diversity Considerations ( here ) ahead of our visit.

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