Peer education involves the teaching of others by their peers. The basis of peer education is that the teacher and student are equals, with similar backgrounds, as oppose to the traditional teacher/student relationship. e-Bug have developed peer education resources whereby students teach other students. Peer Education is becoming an increasingly popular educational tool, both in schools and the community, due to the benefits for all involved. For the peer educators, benefits can include positive changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence, with educators developing key communication and social skills. By teaching others, students gain a deeper understanding of the topics covered and have increased knowledge in the area. Students taught by their peers can identify with their educator, which allows the development of positive relationships and a greater level of trust between teacher and student.