Optus Digital Thumbprint
Optus Digital Thumbprint are free, curriculum-aligned workshops that teach young people to participate safely online, with the tools they need for positive, responsible and authentic experiences.


Optus Digital Thumbprint has been endorsed by the eSafety Commissioner as a Trusted eSafety Provider.

Digital Thumbprint Topics
Facilitated Workshops
Cyber Security
Learn what happens to your information and how to keep it secure.
Support yourself and others by asking questions, offering support and getting help.
Digital Discernment
Explore how what we see and hear online affects what we think, feel and do.
Digital Identity
Understand the importance of your digital profile for future success.
Digital Balance
Improve your digital wellbeing and use technology in a meaningful way.
Latest News

Connected Families

Check out some great resources to help you and your family navigate the internet and the latest tech. It's fun advice to fit all sizes.

Find out more about supporting young people experiencing Cyberbullying here.



Friday 17 June marks Stop Cyberbullying Day. Support your students by booking a free Cyberbullying and Respectful Relationships workshop.

Students can complete the interactive workshops independently or as a class via digital whiteboard - allowing you to cater to your individual classroom needs.

Digital Thumbprint Impact Report
The education landscape has shifted in response to COVID-19 and redefined the way students engage with educators, peers and technology itself. The Digital Thumbprint 2021 Impact report demonstrates how the program continues to support students, teachers, and parents to navigate this changing world, by promoting important behaviours to keep young Australians safe online.

Check out our findings and some great feedback from our students and schools by clicking below.

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10,000 facilitated workshops supporting young Australians
Digital Thumbprint recently clocked an incredible milestone of 10,000 facilitator-led workshops to students nationwide. We caught up with our longest-serving facilitator, Dom Phelan to discuss this milestone and what's changed for your people online.
Safer Internet Day 2022

Optus proudly supports Safer Internet Day, led by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. Read more here.

Bathurst champion Chaz Mostert is an advocate for online safety and #NoSocialHate. Chaz says, “I’m encouraging everyone to look after one another online, it can be a pretty nasty place at times, and we can all make it better. This Safer Internet Day, I encourage kids and parents to #PlayitFairOnline.”

Register your school to participate in a live virtual workshop with Chaz.

National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence 2022
The theme of this year's National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (18 March) is Kindness Culture, and is a timely reminder for all of us to help reduce cyberbullying.

Support your students by booking a Cyberbullying and Respectful Relationships workshop here.

We spoke to Therapeutic Counsellor Kimberley Aguet from Virtual Psychologist for some tips to support parents and students.

Student Resources
Access top tips from our workshops or complete a digital health check.
Teacher Resources
Designed exclusively for teachers, these resources contain lesson plans, in-class handouts, top tips and useful links.
Parent Resources
Helpful guides with useful links and tips for parents to build awareness and help their children stay digitally safe.
Empowering the next generation
Optus empowers our next generation to learn, achieve their potential and enjoy a bright future. Optus Digital Thumbprint is completely free for schools, and does not promote any Optus products or services.

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