Confidence and resilience workshops and events
We help young people make better wellbeing decisions…
We empower students and young people to look after their wellbeing by helping them understand more about the way they tick.
We do this by unpacking complex human behaviour in simple, fun, engaging and approachable ways that are relevant to them.
Looking for innovative and fun activities to help your students develop practical skills and build resilience? We partner with providers to create a unique experience for your students and leadership team.
We like big smiles and we cannot lie!
“Our ressies still can’t stop talking about your session you had here.”
who we work with
Unis & student residences
The transition to uni brings with it some big challenges – especially students living away from home and international students. Our workshops help students learn study skills, how to manage stress and how to communicate with confidence.
High school students have a lot going on. Managing the stress of school, friends and part time jobs along with navigating the online world and trying to figure out what’s next after year 12. Our workshops are designed to help students learn more about who they are so they can trust themslves to make better wellbeing decisions, now and in the future.
About Confidence Hackers
At Confidence Hackers we believe that prevention is better than cure. So we help young people navigate through study, life and beyond by giving them the tools and skills to make better decisions for themselves.
We operate in most cities around Australia and can also deliver workshops online through webinars or custom branded online courses.
These are our top 3 values and are at the heart of everything we do.
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I was chatting to a lovely Res Life Manager today about our workshops, which made me realise, if you haven't experienced one, you might be a bit worried about how we run them, because too often student workshops are boring as bat-sh!t... so here's ten things you might...