Protecting your Students and Staff Health, Safety and Wellbeing on School Trips at Home and Abroad.
Thursday, 3 November - 1PM SYD
The COVID-19 pandemic has made managing overseas travel experiences and school camps even more complex and challenging. Yet such activities have a significant and proven impact on the growth of students, as well as the reputation of the schools that organise them.  But it comes also with multiple health and security risks.

Join us with your questions as we discuss how to identify and manage risk to ensure a safe and successful trip for your students and staff, whether they are staying close to home, travelling interstate or heading overseas.

One of life’s greatest lessons is that things don’t always go to plan. How you prepare and the support you have in place will determine the outcome in every situation.

Mike Gregory - Head of Expeditions and Experiences -Caulfield Grammar School
Gareth Bolch - Deputy Principal, Community, Culture and Student Experiences - Woodleigh School
Dr. Natalie Gray - Medical Director - International SOS
James Robertson - Regional Security Director - International SOS
Anne Ffrench - Account Manager - International SOS
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