Mental health first aid training

This 12-hour Mental Health First Aid course teaches adults how to provide initial support to people who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis. Course participants learn about the signs and symptoms of common and disabling mental health...

Youth mental health first aid training

This 14-hour Youth Mental Health First Aid course is for adults who work, live or care for adolescents, such as school staff, parents, sports coaches, community group leaders and youth workers. You will learn how to assist an adolescent who may be experiencing a...

Performance: Kartika Suharto-Martin

Australian-Javanese artist Kartika Suharto-Martin has been invited by Leyla Stevens to perform an iteration of her work Genjer-Genjer, titled and formed around the performance of a folk song from East Java with a complex history connected to resistance and...

Their Sea is Always Hungry: Leyla Stevens In Conversation

Gain key insights into the social, historical and political context of Their Sea is Always Hungry. Artist Leyla Stevens will be joined by Dr Alexandra Crosby, Associate Head of School, School of Design, UTS; and Dr Ilaria Vanni, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts...

Women and the media forum: Meet the gatekeepers

How do you get your voice heard, your story published, your opinion represented in the media – if you’re a woman? A recent study by UTS academics found men dominate Australian media’s quoted sources, political opinion columns and bylines. So how do...

Social Impact Evaluation Training for UTS Staff

A well-designed program can mean enhanced outcomes and greater impact. But achieving quality outcomes requires quality evaluation! This training will help get you there. Delivering positive social change is a central pillar to the UTS 2027 strategy, reinforcing our...

Launch of the UTS Social Impact Measurement Toolbox

With competition for funding increasing, Not-for-Profits are being asked to prove the impact of their work. The lack of a standardised approach to evaluating social impact; and with many NFPs under-resourced and understaffed; it is proving difficult. A partnership...

A Constant Struggle: Deaf Education in NSW Since WWII

Join Dr Naomi Malone for the launch of her book, A Constant Struggle: Deaf Education in New South Wales Since World War II. Deaf education in NSW has made tremendous progress since WWII, yet students still face barriers to education from their early years through...

Spark Festival > The Inclusivity Experiment

Designing the future of ethical education: An Inclusivity Experiment Interactive  We’re fast approaching new frontiers of tech, design systems and behavioural patterns that will shape our movement through the world. How do we as teachers, technologists and designers,...