Nigel Latta-Wellbeing for Work Life Balance

The Trusts Arena aims to make all visitors welcome and ensure they enjoy the wide variety of events that we host. In order to maximise the enjoyment of our venue we ask all patrons to respect the following Conditions of Entry that have been designed to provide a safe and enjoyable venue experience for all.

Prohibited Items: What am I not allowed to bring into the Arena?

  • Professional Cameras
  • Food or Drink
  • Cans (including aerosol cans)
  • Gang patches
  • Alcohol
  • Lighters
  • Weapons (or any items that could be used as weapons)
  • Any items that can be thrown
  • Furniture
  • Firecrackers or other incendiary materials or devices
  • Any other dangerous item

Patron, Bag & Vehicle Searches

All patrons and their possessions may be subject to searches before entering The Arena Searches may also be carried out during an event and when leaving The Arena, Patrons who refuse to participate in searches may be denied entry to The Arena or removed from the venue (by force if considered necessary) All vehicles entering and leaving The Arena may be searched Prohibited items will be confiscated & disposed of.

How will Patron Searches be carried out?

Where patron searches are required, a general pat-down body search will be carried out by security officers. Where patron searches are required of (i) female patrons – they will be carried out by female security officers and (ii) male patrons – by male security officers You will be refused entry or removed from The Arena if security officers consider in their absolute discretion that:

  • You are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
  • You have any prohibited item (see above) concealed on your person or in your possessions
  • You refuse to surrender any gang patches or other item requested.
  • You throw any missile
  • You enter or attempt to pass over any crowd barrier or enter any prohibited area or restricted access area
  • You breach any other patrons human rights
  • You behave in a disorderly, anti-social or offensive manner (including indecent exposure)
  • You refuse to follow instructions of the Arena or Security staff
  • You refuse a bag search or patron search

Life outside the bubble: Wellbeing in the midst of unprecedented uncertainty

It’s always been hard to maintain a semblance of work/life balance in the ECE sector… but the last several months have pushed many of us to our limits. Burn out was almost an occupational hazard in the past but now it’s become the soup of the day. So how can ECE professionals navigate the complex waters ahead as we all struggle to adjust in a post-covid world? How can we keep ours wellbeing at the forefront when the only thing which is certain is that nothing is certain? To answer this question Nigel will draw heavily on lessons from old dead Romans, the wisdom of sloths, and a life spent working with some of the most complex clinical cases you could imagine.

Nigel has a BSc in Zoology, Masters degrees in Marine Science and Psychology, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology. His work as a clinical psychologist spans over two decades and reflects a dual interest in both forensic psychology and working with young people and their families. He’s consulted for a range of private and public organisations from throughout New Zealand including social service agencies, sex offender treatment programs, prisons, the Department of Corrections, the New Zealand Police and Child Youth and Family Services.
He’s written 8 books which have now been published in 19 countries and 10 languages.

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Event Detail

March 6, 2021 1:00 pm
March 6, 2021 2:00 pm