Online Workshops


Free Webinars – Being an effective bystander during Covid-19

MATE Bystander Program are hosting free webinars for Griffith staff and students and managers to provide advice to individuals on how to be effective bystanders and how to offer support to others during this time – particularly if we believe that someone we know may be experiencing or using violence.

Free to Attend:

Tuesday 19 May

10.30-11.30am

Join Webinar here – https://bit.ly/2zAQG1b

The effects of Covid-19 and its uncertainties are increasing anxiety and stress on ALL our relationships. It may be happening to you, someone close to you, or someone in your community. We know that sometimes, stress in relationships can become serious and violent.

Presented by the Student Guild in partnership with the Student Representative Council

EMPLOYABILITY WORKSHOP

Don’t be caught out by the 7-second rule. Make your first impression count and get ready to impress!

Free to Attend:
Tuesday 19 May
2.00 pm – 3.30 pm
Register here – https://bit.ly/2T6wVWa

INCLUDES:
– Pitch what makes you unique and a strong candidate for any role
– Practice introducing yourself in a safe environment
– Prepare to tailor your introductions to different stakeholders
– Next step after making a great first impression and building the relationship moving forward.

Presented by the Student Guild in partnership with the Student Representative Council

NAVIGATING FINANCE

Ease your financial stress by staying informed on the best avenues to take when all else fails. This session will show you how to minimise the damage of having debt in your portfolio and outline strategies to acquire ‘good debt’ whilst trying to get through uncertain times.

Free to Attend:
Wednesday 20 May
2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Register here – https://bit.ly/2WTuxmD

INCLUDES:
– How to minimise long-term debt impact
– Should you take out a personal loan?
– What to consider when using Afterpay type services

Presented by the Student Guild in partnership with the Student Representative Council

WELLNESS SERIES 

This session will provide you with the tools needed to develop a positive mindset by exploring the connections between your thoughts, words, actions, habits and character. By controlling your mind, your character can guide you through stressful and uncertain times such as preparing for exams, entering the workforce and overcoming difficult obstacles in your life.

 

Free to Attend:

Thursday 21 May

11:00am to 12:00pm

Register here – https://bit.ly/2WUVAxL

 

EXPLORE HOW:
– thoughts become your words
– words become your actions
– actions become your habits
– habits build or take away from your character

 

Presented by the Student Guild in partnership with the Student Representative Council