The Executive Leaders Summit (name to be confirmed!) will take place over a weekend in Week 6 or Week 7 in Term 3. The Summit will be co-hosted with UNSW Employability and will provide executive representatives from each Club an opportunity to connect with other Club execs, learn vital skills to develop their professional capabilities and complete an intensively delivered, AHEGS Recognised leadership program.
The summit will also incorporate some key executive training modules that will be delivered as part of the summit, serving as a foundation for new executives to settle into their roles and meet fellow student leaders.
Further details to come!
Recognise & Respond: Suicide prevention for everyday life
provided by Black Dog Institute
Suicide is the leading cause of death for people aged 15-44 in Australia. The loss of anyone to suicide is devastating for individuals, families and their communities. Suicide prevention is a particularly complex and crucial element of student mental health and wellbeing.
The Recognise & Respond program aims to ensure that should signs of suicidality appear in anyone within your community, you are equipped with the skills they need in order to prevent further harm and loss. This module is provided online, can be completed in your own time and takes approximately 60 minutes. The unit covers:
- recognising the signs of suicide
- having a conversation with and supporting the person
- providing help to the person
Click here to enroll.