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Bullying is persistent, offensive, abusive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour (express or implied) which makes the recipient(s) feel threatened, vulnerable or humiliated, undermines their self-confidence and/or causes them to suffer stress.
Harassment is verbal or physical behaviour, including the misuse of visual or written materials, by one person towards another, which is perceived as offensive and/or discriminatory, and is of a serious or persistent nature, to the extent that it interferes with the individual’s work or study.
NorthTec is committed to ensuring that all employees, students and visitors are treated fairly, with dignity and respect by providing a work and learning environment that is free from harassment and bullying.
NorthTec considers any form of harassment and/or bullying to be totally unacceptable as this behaviour disregards the institutional values of NorthTec. NorthTec aims to provide an environment within NorthTec and all its facilities which is free from harassment and bullying.
All students should make themselves aware of NorthTec's Anti-Harassment and Bullying Policy
If you would like to talk confidentially to someone, please get in touch with one of the anti-bullying contact staff listed below.
Iris Hutchinson (09) 470 4116
Jan Dawson (09) 470 4142
Krystal Riley (09) 470 3616
Danielle Walker (09) 470 3991
Khush Soni (09) 470 3772
Carol McClintock (09) 470 3647
Janine Conaghan (09) 470 3651
Robert McAulay (09) 470 3881 / 027 281 0313
Steve Rameka (09) 408 6117 / 027 555 4563
Helen Cossey (09) 470 4151
Vicky Karena 027 203 8063