Student wellbeing workshops

Support your students to reduce their stress and feel better prepared.

Student Wellbeing’s popular ‘skillshops’ have re-commenced online via Zoom.

These skillshops are tailored to promote wellbeing and skill development, assisting students to flourish in the university environment.

Internal and external students who identify as having Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder, Specific Learning Disability, Physical disability or other health conditions can register for one of the Skillshops, which commenced in Week 1 of Session 2. Students can indicate their interest here.

For more information go to the Student Wellbeing Accessibility Services webpage.

Students do not need to be registered with Student Wellbeing to attend.





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