Mental health is one of the most significant student issues, with the number of reports increasing five-fold in a decade.
University staff and student leaders are invited to this event where the University will be showcasing the range of wellbeing services on offer to staff and students, particularly aimed at ‘supporting staff to support students’.
Join us for two hours and you will hear from almost 15 different services, taking away the most up-to-date information about wellbeing at the University. You’ll also attend a 30 minute breakout session of your choice, which you select from a list of four when you book. Lunch and refreshments are provided and this event is free of charge.
- 12:00 - Arrivals
- 12:10 - Welcome talk (Julian Chaudhuri, Gordon Stewart, Tilda Fraser)
- 12:30-13:10 - Self-guided tour around the stands and refreshments
- 13:15-13:45 - Breakout sessions
- 13:50 - Closing talk
- 14:00 - Event ends
Breakout sessions - please select only one
Study and Wellbeing Review Policy - informing staff about student supportCome along to this session to learn about how the Study and Wellbeing Review Policy operates to ensure that students receive appropriate support covering a wide range of circumstances and needs.
Happy manager = happy team!
Managers sometimes feel unable to recognise mental health problems or know how to intervene. Come along to this session to look after your own mental health and that of your team. Find out about the range of new mental health training available for 2018/19 and tips and tricks for line managers when maintaining and healthy and happy team.
Curriculum-embedded and resilience training for students
Come along, relax and leave happy! A chance to experience your own response to some of the stress management techniques we are trialling in tutorials with our first year students.
Duty of care and the boundaries of your role
Come along to this session to find out how to provide support to students within the remit of your role, where support to students should start and end, including what to do when you’re concerned about a student.
Please register your place via the above link.
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