Universities across the globe have been re-prioritising their focus and efforts to create safe, nurturing communities in response to increasing concerns relating to social adjustment issues and student suicide. Six Australian Universities have partnered with Symplicity Advocate in 2019 to equip their institution with the tools and data needed to identify and support students at risk.

Join us for a webinar demonstration of Symplicity Advocate and understand how Australian Universities are lowering the risk of serious incidents and improving retention rates with this market leading incident management technology.

 

TUESDAY | 12 NOVEMBER 2019 | 11:00am-11:45am NZDT

 

Symplicity Advocate is the most trusted solution for student wellbeing, early intervention/prevention and misconduct management and supported 450,000 student cases in the past year alone across 350 institutions.

Advocate is helping universities and colleges with the following:

  • Enables student support teams to pre-emptive identify & support students at risk; from social adjustment issues, academic concerns to financial hardship
  • Provides a care network for students that struggle during their journey to better wellbeing and academic success
  • Improves reporting on student wellbeing and engagement; increases transparency, safety and accountability enabling informed decision making
  • Helps to build a safer community for students and staff.

About the Presenter

Louise Bench-Oct19

Louise Bench works as Solution Engineer at Symplicity with a focus on student wellbeing, accessibility services and conduct management. Louise works with universities across the globe to improve their services to students. She has a strong career background in Higher Education and joined Symplicity last year.

 

 

What our clients are saying

“Advocate provides us with a case management tool that not only helps us have very clear processes that are informed by our policy, but that builds reporting on what we already do.” University of Tasmania

“We’ve been able to streamline our process, track cases through reporting, and make our process almost entirely paperless as a result of the system.” California Lutheran University

“Identifying key superusers across the system has been helpful to coordinate care and support for students.” University of Michigan

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