Tertiary Provider Guide & Resources
Are you looking for ways to engage your TAFE, college or university international students in learning about beach and coastal safety? Please explore our guide and available resources to help you discover what is available for you.
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Engaing & Educating our tertiary student communities
How can you support the beach & coastal safety of your students?
- Book a virtual or in classroom beach safety session with us. These sessions will provide the basic knowledge for your students before they even step foot on the sand.
- Talk to us about running an on beach safety session at one of your local beaches. These sessions will introduce your students to practical hazard identification and beach safety skills.
- Embed beach and coastal safety education into your lessons. Watch the international student video with your students and work through the aligned work sheets.
- If your having an orientation week or induction week - reach out to us and we can come along and engage with your students.
- Provide them a copy or link to our multilingual beach safety, rock fishing safety fact sheets, videos and glossary.
- Do you send your students a pre arrival or welcome pack? Download our beach and coastal safety resources and include them to ensure students have an opportunity to learn about our coastalines before they arrive.
- Print our fact sheets and place them on your community notice boards. We provide large size posters to all our networks so reach out to us or sign up to our "keep me in the loop" newsletters. below.
- Do you have a swimming pool on your campus? Reach out to us and we can provide beach safety survival sessions at your pool.
These activity sheets aligned to short video cuts from the International Student Water Safety Video will allow your students to develop their English language proficiency while learning about beach safety.
Share our multilinugal resources with your student communities to support their education and learning.
Empower your students to get involved as a coastal safety ambassador or as part of our youth forum and learn new skills, use their voice and support the prevention of drownings within their own communities.