Where is Game On! implemented?
Game On! is an expanding worldwide initiative that is currently implemented in parts of Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Central America and the Caribbean.
How can I get involved with Game On!?
The first step to getting involved is to contact the TTASPE headquarters, the regional coordinator or a sport development officer.
How many days of the week does Game On! run?
The time frame is different with every Game On! program. Generally an in-school program is delivered 3 to 4 times a week. An After-School program is usually delivered 2 to 3 times a week.
What age group does Game On cater for?
Children aged between of 5 and 12 years. However, we prefer to focus on the skill level of the children, rather than their age. As a result, the program can be delivered from kindergarten aged children to junior high school children.
How can I volunteer?
In order to support a Game On! Program in your school or community, you must first attend a Game On! Training workshop. To locate a workshop near you please contact TTASPE.
What is Game On leader training?
Game On leader training is a pre-requisite for teachers, instructors or community volunteers who are interested in delivering Game On! to a school or community. Game On! training consists of 18 contact hours usually delivered over three days.