Building A Better Bondy
All Bond students have access to the Community page on the iLearn system that will connect students to a wide range of wellbeing and study support initiatives. The Building a Better Bondy community contains online modules that will assist their understanding of:
- Living Well
- Tackling Harassment and Assault
For further information on module inclusions, please see below.
There are three key courses within Safe & Respectful Communities:
Welcome to our new edition of Consent Matters an online course. Sexual health is important for everyone and we want to equip you with the information and support you need to explore sexuality and relationships in a health, respectful and safe way. The Consent Matters course will provide you with an up-to-date approach on key concepts around sexual consent, communication and relationships and bystander intervention. The modules contain a wide range of interactive multimedia activities, including live polls, animations and quizzes. Sexual relationships might be a topic you’re not used to discussing, but it is essential that you know how to say sexually healthy and safe whether you’re in a relationship or not.
This course will cover the following topics in each Module:
- Module 1: Thinking about consent
- Module 2: Communication skills and relationships
- Module 3: Looking out for others
STAYING SAFE (part of Being Well, Living Well)
Developed in collaboration with mental health experts, higher education professionals, and university students and staff, the Staying Safe module forms part of Being Well, Living Well.
Modules in this strand present practical, non-judgemental advice to help you make healthy and informed decisions about alcohol and drug use; to deal with relationship issues, including respect and resolving conflicts, and more.
By the end of this module you'll be able to define and recognise situations which constitute harassment, hate incidents and hate crime. You will also learn skills to assess situations and support others who have experienced harassment or hate.
The Accessibility & Inclusion resources include:
Pride in Diversity
Bond University has become members of ACON as part of their Pride in Diversity initiative. Open up the Pride in Diversity module and following the login details to access a large collection of resources aimed at inclusion.
We encourage all staff and students to take the time to undertake the Harvard Implicit Association Test (IAT), the most effective online tool to gain greater awareness about one’s own biases, preferences and beliefs.
Additional student resources include:
- Pronoun Guide
- RUOK? LGBTIQ Conversational Guide