How to use this website
The No Smokes website is a fantastic tool to use with upper
primary, secondary students, and young adults who are thinking
about quitting or wanting more information about the health effects
of tobacco. It is particularly aimed at Australian Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islanders from 12-25 years old, however all young
people or Indigenous Australians of any age should benefit from the
information on this website. Please feel free to use the
website and its materials in any way that suits your students or
clients and your context.
Information for teachers
The Resources section for teachers and health workers aims to
give you an overview of the No Smokes website and point you to
particular No Smokes resources on the site which are suitable for
using for educational purposes. The Study Guides
offer suggestions on how you can incorporate these resources into
your lessons and programs.
If your students cannot access the internet in the classroom, or
if the videos are blocked by the firewall, you can download most of
our resources under the Download our
When showing videos to your students in the classroom you may
show them in fullscreen by clicking the button on the bottom right
of the video player.
Information for health workers
No Smokes uses a variety of indigenous specific and youth
friendly tools and resources to inform young people of the dangers
of smoking and to assist them to quit. The site should be used as a
resource to engage your clients based on their needs.
Clients should also be encouraged to access the site outside of
your consultation so that it can be an ongoing resource for
themselves, their friends, family and wider communities.
Health Worker Guides have been created to support health
workers and health educators working with Aboriginal and Torres
Straight Islander people around the topic of tobacco and quitting.
You can learn about the different sections of the website and
the available resources under Overview of the website.
If you or your clients cannot access the internet you can
download most of our resources under the Download
our resources page.