How to end vaping in your school

FREE live 30-minute webinar for QLD school leaders and teachers to eliminate vaping in your school.

Tuesday 21st May at 12.00pm (AEST) | Logo for Zoom

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Tackling the Vaping Crisis: Free Webinar for Educators

Are you a school leader or teacher concerned about the growing vaping crisis among students?

The rise of vaping among school children is alarming, impacting their health and growth in ways we can’t ignore.

This webinar will give you the tools to reduce vaping among your students and protect their health. Without action, we risk a generation facing severe health crises early in life.

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We will cover the following topics:

  • Why vaping appeals so strongly to Australian youth.
  • How vaping products are specifically marketed to young people.
  • Five major obstacles schools face in addressing the vaping issue.
  • Five steps to prevent vaping in your students.
  • Free access to a toolkit used by hundreds of schools across Australia.

1 in 3 high school students have experimented with vaping

Principals around Australia tell us that student vaping leads to:


of missed school hours


increase in school expulsions

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It costs schools $5-10 per vape to correctly dispose of confiscated vapes.

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Fire Services are unnecessarily called out to schools due to smoke detectors going off when students vape.

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Closure of bathrooms to keep students from vaping during school hours.

How to end vaping in your school

Free live 30 minute webinar | Logo for Zoom

This webinar is aimed at helping teachers, principals, and school leaders understand how they can help reduce vaping among students.

Tuesday 21st May at 12.00pm (AEST)

Register now
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Presented By

A/Prof. Timo Dietrich

  • Director and co-founder of Blurred Minds
  • Over 10 years of experience in the alcohol, tobacco and drug education space
  • Award-winning behaviour change expert & co-inventor of the Co-create – Build – Engage (CBE™) framework
  • Senior Fellow at National Centre for Youth Substance Use Research, University of Queensland

Dr. James Durl

  • Research officer and Lead workshop facilitator of Blurred Minds

  • More than 5 years delivering alcohol, vaping and drug education to schools

  • Multiple award-winning research spanning virtual reality and youth service design

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