OUR HEALTHY GAMING WORKSHOPS, PARENT SEMINARS, TRAINING AND PROGRAMS CAN NOW BE DELIVERED ONLINE.
We provide workshops and advice on
VIDEO GAMES AND THEIR IMPACT ON CHILDREN
WORKSHOPS, PROGRAMS AND TRAINING
How to balance gaming with other responsibilities in life.
Keep gaming positive and healthy in your home.
Understand the impact gaming has on children and young people.
We help organisations connect to and work with gamers.
Digitisation of youth services
Using video games to support young people
97% of young people play video games, be it on consoles, computers or on their phones. It’s where they feel comfortable and safe.
At the Institute of Games we believe we can engage young people better if we use video games and its surrounding culture.
We’re currently developing two products to support professionals reach out to young people.
Please contact us for more information.
Introducing young people to video game careers
In our work with at-risk young people we’ve noticed that many have incredible knowledge about gaming. We see this as a strength and use it to re-engage them back into formal education.
This student-lead, 10 week program explores game design, programming, esports, sound, storylines, level design, and more… It’s purpose is to spark an interest in careers in gaming and provide insight into pathways to achieve this.
We work with schools, organisations and government
Kew High School, Balwyn High School, Wellington High School, Glen Waverley High, Peninsula School, Parkdale Secondary College, Emmanuel College, Oakwood School, Nepean Special School, Peninsula Grammar, Camberwell High, Fitzroy High, Spensley Street Primary, Mount Waverley Secondary College, Berengarra School, Mountain District Learning Centre, Leongatha College, Xavier College, Trinity College, Balwyn High School, Parkdale Secondary College, St-Josephs College, Baimbridge College, Casterton Primary School, Casterton Secondary School, Good Shepherd College and many more.
Headspace, Gambler’s Help, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, EACH, Alanah and Madeline Foundation, Frankston / Doncaster / Northcote Library, Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency, Diversitat, Interactive Gaming and Entertainment Association, Banyule Community Health, IPC Health, Jesuit Social Services, Carers Victoria, Stawell Community Health, Turning Point, BIG Esports, The Geelong Project, Link Inc, KidsThrive, Cairnmillar Institute, Carers Victoria, Connect Health and Community Services, Barwon Community and Youth Foundation, Anglicare, Good Shepherd, Latrobe Community Health, Kildonan, and many more.
City of Boroondara, City of Frankston, City of Greater Dandenong, City of Whitehorse, City of Monash, City of Glen Eira, City of Geelong, City of Stonnington, City of Hobson Bay, City of Bendigo, City of Knox, City of Maroondah, City of Maribyrnong, Shire of South Gippsland, City of Casey.