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ProtectED Conversations Blog: London 19/07/19

We had the pleasure of holding a ProtectED Conversations event at UCL last month – the second in an ongoing series of talks where higher education professionals, academics and ProtectED Member institutions meet to discuss issues impacting student safety and wellbeing. The theme of July’s ProtectED Conversation was ‘Staff and Student Resilience within HE’, and it was a privilege to hear from ProtectED Founder Members and Keynote Speakers on their approaches and success stories around improving student resilience. Hearing from Founder Members Opening the event were speakers from two ProtectED Founder Member institutions: Lesley OKeeffe – Deputy Director of Academic and Student Services at Brun

Call for ProtectED Peer Reviewers

Safeguarding the student experience ProtectED is a not-for-profit membership organisation and national accreditation scheme that aims to drive up standards in student safety, security and wellbeing in the university sector. ProtectED adopts a student-centered approach, with the ProtectED Code of Practice addressing issues across the whole student experience, both on and off-campus. The Code of Practice comprises five parts — the Core and four issue-focused instruments, as follows: Core Institutional Safety and Security Instrument 1: Student Wellbeing and Mental Health Instrument 2: International Students Instrument 3: Student Harassment and Sexual Assault Instrument 4: The Student Night Out

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