Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the UC Wellbeing Strategy review by completing the recent survey.
Staff input is a vital part of the review process. Your feedback will help us understand which wellbeing services and support currently offered at UC are working well, and where there are new opportunities and room for improvement.
Keep an eye out on Intercom | Pā mai tō reo over the coming weeks for an overview of results from the survey.
The 2019 Vice-Chancellor’s General Staff Development Awards & the Health, Safety and Wellbeing Awards are now open for applications.
For full details, and the application forms, please refer to the VC General Staff Development Awards page under the Learning and Development intranet, or Health, Safety and Wellbeing Awards page on the Health and Safety Intranet.
Applications close 4 pm, Wednesday 17 July 2019.
For any further queries, please email email@example.com
Attend this 1.5 hour session on designing a more holistic approach to building resilience at work.
Date: Thursday 20 June 2019
Time: 5.30pm – 6.00pm registrations, and 6.00pm – 7.00pm Presentation
Venue: Ilam Homestead, in the upstairs meeting room
Cost: $5.00 entry fee
Organisers: New Zealand Association for Training and Development
During this workshop, Building Meaningful Resilience at Work, Kathryn Jackson will share her accidental journey into the world of resilience at work, explore how to create a more tailored approach for your business and hopefully convince you to consider a universal approach for your training solutions in this area.
Expect to leave with:
- A better understanding of what wellbeing and resilience at work is
- Some tools and resources that you can use immediately
- Ideas for how you might design a more holistic approach to building resilience at work.
Click here to register for the event.
The Mental Health Education and Resource Centre (MHERC) are celebrating 25 years of service to the mental health community in Canterbury.
To celebrate they are running a number of free workshops for the public. The workshops include:
- Overcoming Daily Stressors
- Managing High Workloads: Tips for Efficiency and Work Life Balance
- Behaviour Change and Creating New Habits
- What if We Could Help Address the Mental Health Crisis with Nutrients and Nutrition, presented by Professor Julia Rucklidge.
To find out about upcoming Education opportunities, visit the MHERC website.
For any further Professional Development opportunities, please visit the Learning and Development intranet.
A recent news article analysed reporting systems for sexual harassment and assault in New Zealand universities. The article pointed out it took six clicks to find information on UC’s website. UC aims for continuous improvement and worked quickly to make the relevant information easier to find.
No level of assault is acceptable. At UC we are very active in establishing an environment and behavioural expectations that provide a safe and healthy campus for all students.
In addition to having both formal and anonymous reporting systems, UC has several support teams to provide help to students if they have faced harassment on campus. We will continue to promote reporting options and the range of student support available at UC via a variety of channels.
UC takes very seriously the safety, security and education of our students with the aim of creating a campus community where students feel safe and where they belong.
Information on sexual harassment and assault, support and reporting is available here.