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Aware and empowered sessions - a free two hour educational programme utilising testimonial storytelling and educational information paired with group discussions to cultivate an impactful session.
Scottish Recovery Network are hosting Peer Connects - a trio of free participatory online events to connect, share and learn with people passionate about the power of peer support.
College Development Network are offering a free, online course for all staff working in colleges and students' associations focused on Corporate Parenting.
Cyrenians Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) will mark World Teachers Day with two events led by educators. Both events seek to encourage teachers to nurture emotional health and wellbeing, their own and that of their students.
This session was all about Glasgow Caledonian University's Snack-size self care project.
Time Space Compassion, a new three part podcast by Suicide Prevention Scotland explores how three simple words can make a difference to people experiencing suicidal crisis.
University of the West of Scotland staff recently presented at QAA Scotland's ‘Shaping the Student Experience Together: 20 Years of Enhancement’ Conference.
Under the sector-wide Enhancement Theme ‘Resilient Learning Communities’, the work undertaken by staff at Queen Margaret University aimed to better understand the experiences of loneliness and social isolation amongst QMU students during COVID-19.
Leila Neshat Mokadem, a senior lecturer at RGU presented 'Co-creating compassionate classrooms: International students'.