Anti-bullying and harassment
Bullying and harassment in any form is not acceptable at Wintec.
Bullying is unreasonable behaviour, repeated over time that is deliberate and intended to humiliate or undermine the target.
Harassment is an unwelcome comment, conduct or gesture that is insulting, intimidating, humiliating, malicious, degrading or offensive.
Wintec is committed to ensuring our study environment is healthy and safe. We want to promote a culture of dignity and respect, where people are free from bullying and harassment in all its forms, and we take our obligations in this respect seriously.
Check out the Anti-bullying and Harassment Policy for more information on how to raise any concerns when it comes to bullying and harassment, or you can talk to a trusted staff member, your Class Representative or the Student Association (SAWIT). They can provide confidential support and information.
There are also lots of anti-bullying resources online including Netsafe and YouthLaw, as well as a number of free phone support numbers you can call for more information and help if needed.