Creating a club is easy and free, with resources available for schools, staff and parents.
Why start a club?
Recognise gifts and talents
Support the passions of young learners
Recognise the gifts and talents of your students through a Youth Esports Club and the collaborative power of youth esports, education and technology.
Engage through STEM
STEM programs that empower young learners
Youth Esports Clubs provide a platform for students to reengage with the Australian curriculum through alternative assessments that align to emerging industries.
Build a legacy
Through a formal club framework
Youth Esports Clubs provide the framework for student leadership and personal development. Additionally, the club framework provides the opportunity to build unique and meaningful data on behaviour and performance.
At Flaktest, teachers engage with the seven Teacher Standards. From running a Flaktest STEM course to developing safe spaces for gamers, teachers are able to meet their professional expectations in unique and exciting ways. If you would like to know more please contact us.
How to register?
Register a Youth Esports Club and become a Teacher Representative
Please read the information below before completing registration.
Youth Esports Club Registration form
Becoming a Teacher Representative is an important and rewarding role for you, your school and the students. As a Teacher Representative, you help inspire leadership and teamwork for the students and teams, and act as a point of contact for your Youth Esports Club.
Our organisation’s resources, support network and caring community are committed to you as a Teacher Representative. We want to let you know that we are with you all the way through the adventure. Whether you are interested in coaching, team management or building safe gaming spaces for your club, becoming a Teacher Representative gives you a wealth of new experiences that align to future industries.
Once a teacher becomes a registered Teacher Representative, they will receive access to the digital “Teacher Rep Room”. The web site is full of important resources to help you get started and offers a way of contacting other Teacher Representatives.
Main responsibilities of a Teacher Representatives are, but are not limited too:
- Application and authorisation of Youth Esports Club
- Authorisation and management of club registrations
- Mentor Youth Esports Club members
- Receive Youth Esports communications
- Manage Youth Esports Club meetings (student led)
- Communications between other Teacher Representatives
- Communications between Flaktest administration
To be eligible to apply for a Youth Esports Club you must meet the following criteria:
- Youth Esports Clubs are currently restricted to secondary schools and local community centres.
- Must be a current teacher, learning staff or administrator at an Australian, Indonesian or New Zealand school.
- Must have a valid and current Working With Childrens Check cards
It is a requirement that each school participating in Flaktest activities must have at least one Teacher Representative.