No Labels – Bullying Prevention Program

/No Labels – Bullying Prevention Program
No Labels – Bullying Prevention Program 2018-10-31T16:43:54+00:00

No Labels – Bullying prevention program

Suitable For Boys and girls in Years 7-12
Next Course Dates Available throughout the school term
Training Location School Based
Training Format Workshop/Classroom/Interactive
Duration 1 Hour
Course Fee Free to ACT Schools


Taking a three-pronged approach, MIEACT’s latest workshop identifies the drivers of bullying behaviour and empowers all involved to manage, support and practice positive help seeking. Thanks to The Funding Network, the Commonwealth Bank and Hands Across Canberra, this workshop is now available for 45 classrooms in the ACT. 

No labels is developed to reach;

  1. those who are experiencing bullying – what to do and where to go to get help,
  2. those instigating or engaging in bullying behaviour – understanding your actions and how to get support to change behaviour; and, 
  3. those observers of bullying – how to find your voice to speak up against bullying and where to go to get support.


The workshop is designed for regular classroom sizes of up to 25 students, who are of all genders in Years 7 to 12. The complete workshop is one hour in length. 


By the end of the workshop participants will;

  • Understand the prevalence of bullying
  • Understand the “types” of bullying behaviour
  • Increase understanding of what drives bullying behaviour
  • Develop strategies to cope with bullying behaviour directed at themselves
  • Increase the empowerment of bystanders
  • Develop bystander intervention strategies
  • Increase awareness of bullying traits
  • Increase awareness of how to seek help

What our clients say…

“I kind of knew a lot about bullying already, but I liked the way this one was presented a lot more. Usually, they are boring and don’t make much sense, but this was actually, like, somewhat more accurate than usual…” 

-Year 9 student, Telopea Park High School


“It felt like it was aimed at more people our age, whereas usually they’re aimed at what they think parents or adults would want to hear, rather than what high school students want to hear…”

  -Year 9 student, Telopea Park High School


“I probably should re-evaluate how I interact with people. And I should check in with people, just to see about the casual teasing and whether it’s ok for them or not…”

  -Year 9 student, Telopea Park High School


“I felt the session went quite well for you guys because you got a lot more answers from everyone and people were more confident because no one knew each other’s answers…”

-Year 9 student, Telopea Park High School