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A key component of our community activity is the engagement of schools, students, parents and teachers through our specially formatted programs, the success of which led to the Titans being awarded the 2009 NRL One Community Club of the Year. The Titans have a variety of school community programs to suit many scenarios. Titans Community staff are trained in the delivery of these programs to ensure a positive and engaging experience for all involved.

Are you a local teacher from a Gold Coast or Northern Rivers school? Sign up to be a Titans Teacher Ambassador! For more information, visit the Titans Teacher Ambassador page.

Coaching Clinic

Years 3 - 10
Program length: 45mins - 1 hour

Rugby league is about much more than tackling, passing and kicking. It is about working hard, trying your best, and working together as a team.

Through the Titans Coaching Clinics, many children get their first taste of playing rugby league using educational drills and games by having fun alongside their friends. The clinics are inclusive, and easily adaptable to cater to all ages and skill levels, meaning no one is left out of the fun of playing rugby league.

Titans representatives visit schools to host the clinics around normal school hours to reinforce the importance of education. Students then get the chance to learn on the field as well – from basic rugby league skills to more advanced elements of the Greatest Game of All.

To request this program for your school, visit the Appearance request page.

Titans Tackle Bullying

Years 5 - 8 
Program length: 35 - 45 minutes

Bullying is worldwide problem, and one growing at an alarming rate in our primary and high schools. This program has been created to tackle this potentially life-threatening issue head-on.

In this program, Titans representatives talk directly to students about their own experiences with bullying, the devastating impact that this behaviour can have and how they can take a stand to help stamp out the problem.

Students are taught about the different types of bullying – such as verbal, physical and cyberbullying – and the effects they can have on students at school and in their private lives.

They are also shown how to identify the early warning signs of bullying, and how to use positive techniques to resolve situations before they get out of hand.

To request this program for your school, visit the Appearance request page.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.