Personal safety and security are a matter of common sense and awareness. Below are a few tips for your personal safety.
Safety and Useful Tips When You Are Out And About
Here are some more tips that will help you stay safe on public transit such as buses and trains.
Stay Safe On Public Transit:
Safety on campus
Staff and student behaviour
The College has rules about the way students and staff should behave towards you. If you feel at all uncomfortable about anyone’s behaviour towards you (either student or staff), it is important that you talk to the Student Services Officer or your Trainer & Assessor. You can also talk to the Group Welfare Counsellor in private. See your SSO for arranging an appointment
|China||Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China||Array|
|India||India Consulate General of India, Melbourne||High Commission of India in Australia, ACT||Array, Array|
|Indonesia||Consulate-General of the Republic of Indonesia||Array|
|Korea||Consulate-General of the Republic of Korea||Array|
|Malaysia||Consulate of Malaysia||Array|
|Oman||Consulate-General of the Sultanate of Oman||Array|
|Pakistan||Consulate-General of Pakistan||Array|
|Saudi Arabia||Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission||Array|
|Sri Lanka||Consulate of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka||Array|
|Thailand||Royal Thai Consulate-General||Array|
|United Arab Emirates||Embassy of the United Arab Emirates||Array|
|Vietnam||Consulate-General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam||Array|
REMEMBER: If confronted by somebody trying to take your bag, give it to them. No amount of money or inconvenience is worth serious injury.