Security in Education Conference: Improving student safety and wellbeing
“The ‘uni experience’ can be disorientating and demanding, as it should be. But, in this, the universities need to act in loco parentis, that is to be there for students offering all the support they need to get the most from their time on campus.” – Sam Gyimah, Universities Minister
Security remains a top priority for the education sector, with students statistically more likely to be victims of theft or violent crime. But a growing mental health crisis has put added pressure on universities to protect the mental wellbeing of students as well as their physical safety.
Security standards and the quality of pastoral care play a significant role in the decisions made by young people and their parents. Universities with a reputation for safety and student support enjoy greater recruitment success both domestically and internationally. Despite this, the sector has an inconsistent and fragmented approach to security and wellbeing.
Join us for the Security in Education Conference to discover how your organisation can drive up standards deliver the best possible student experience. Understand how to support students suffering with anxiety or depression, learn strategies for combating problems such as sexual harassment on campus and see how pioneering universities are creating a safer learning environment.
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