The recent focus on bullying in both schools and universities reveals the continuation of an old problem in new forms. At school, online, and in university, bullying is rightfully acknowledged as a serious issue. Equally visible has been the demand from students and parents for a more comprehensive mental wellbeing policy for their school. Already faced with ever-mounting expectations, many Australian educators struggle to achieve significant results in the highly complex task of reducing bullying and improving student mental health. The Student Bullying and Mental Wellbeing conference serves as a forum to help solve these problems. Featuring some of Australia’s foremost experts in this field, this conference will examine bullying and mental health programs that can be practically implemented at your institution.
This event features 15 case studies from primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions, interactive roundtables, and a workshop on integrating bullying and mental health into your broader student wellbeing programs. University hazing, dealing with mental health issues in the classroom, and addressing unique risks to certain will be addressed in depth. Ensure your institution stays ahead of the curb in moving towards a bullying-free, mentally healthy education.
Senior Advisor for Cyber-Safety
National Program Manager
Head, Toad College
The event will be held at a 5-star hotel in Sydney CBD. Delegates will be notified of the venue 4 weeks prior to the event.