You have chosen to register as a 10,000 Steps Coordinator to access additional features and Resources that will allow you to create and conduct a team Tournament and/or promote 10,000 Steps on behalf of your workplace, community or friends group.

As a 10,000 Steps Coordinator you will receive the following:

  • Access to the Resources section of the 10,000 Steps website (accessible by Coordinators only).
  • Access to free 10,000 Steps promotional materials.
  • Access to electronic 10,000 Steps resources and supporting materials.
  • Discounted rate on bulk pedometer purchases through Health Management Group.

These materials are provided electronically for free by 10,000 Steps to organisations to promote physical activity using the 10,000 Steps program.

As a 10,000 Steps Coordinator you agree and understand that:

  • You are granted a nonexclusive, royalty-free right to use the 10,000 Steps logo. The logo shall always be used as stated in the Brand Guidelines (located in the Resources section)
  • After approval by the 10,000 Steps Project Office, the 10,000 Steps logo may be used on promotional materials such water bottles, t-shirts, banners, but excluding any step-counting device
  • You have the option of including your organisation or group name (e.g. Rockhampton) on the logo in accordance with the Brand Guidelines.
  • 10,000 Steps and CQUniversity Australia does not offer any guarantee or warranty regarding any outcome for using the program, nor can it be held responsible for any claim arising from use or misuse of the program which is beyond its control.
  • Under no circumstance are the 10,000 Steps materials to be altered or interfered with unless authorised in writing by the 10,000 Steps Project Office.
  • Any print or electronic material produced regarding the program, including promotional material, must display the 10,000 Steps website (www.10000steps.org.au), and shall have the 10,000 Steps logo and the use of the acknowledgement "Funded by the Queensland Government”.
  • It is the responsibility of the Coordinator to ensure that any organisations or individuals introduced by them who agree to adopt the program for their organisation, first become a Coordinator before they commence the program.