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Better Choices

The NRL and the NSW Government launched a series of educational modules, known as “Better Choices”, which teach teenagers how to make better decisions in real life situations to avoid serious and lifelong consequences.

The program includes scenarios based around alcohol misuse, illicit drugs, respectful relationships, filming and distribution of private acts without consent, violence on and off the field, social media and cyber-bullying.

It consists of five modules which can be utilised by Junior Rugby League Clubs and youth competitions across NSW.

To access the modules, click on the video links below and receive the “Better Choices” facilitators manual please email  

Better Choices - Advice to Teenagers

Better Choices - Cyber Bullying


Better Choices - Facing Time

Better Choices - Foul Play


Better Choices - My Castle


Better Choices -  Put a Cap on it

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