ABOUT THE AEDOC
Founded in 2017, the Asia Education Duty of Care Conference (AEDOC) is organised by the International SOS Foundation for the education sector, including international schools, colleges and universities.
The conference aims to provide practical takeaways and insightful discussions amongst Trip Leaders, Campus Health & Safety Officers, Office of Student Life & Exchange Programmes management, School Nurses, and others, to better manage the health and security risks for students, staff and faculty in volatile and uncertain world.
Key topics covered include campus health and safety, mental health and travel risk management for students, staff and faculty.
This year, AEDOC took place on 11 October 2023 in Kuala Lumpur. The conference provided practical takeaways and insightful discussions for the education sector surrounding this year's theme: Knowledge · Resilience · Sustainability
About AEDOC 2023: Knowledge · Resilience · Sustainability
Every year, the conference hones in on a key theme that addresses the current challenges in the education sector:
2023 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Knowledge · Resilience · Sustainability
2022 | Singapore & Kuala Lumpur - Augmenting Resiliency in Schools
2019 | Manila, Philippines - Educate Today, Resilient Tomorrow
2018 | Bangkok, Thailand - Safeguarding Tomorrow's Future
2017 | Singapore - Protecting Students Beyond Borders
Campus Health Guidelines llThe second edition of the Campus Health Guidelines aims to be the ‘brake’ that schools can utilise to help them go forward, through, and beyond COVID-19. When the next infectious disease hits or next crisis comes, this brake allows the school to take a short temporal stop to activate the measures and then move forward again safely.
Field Trip ManagementThis document aims to help to mitigate against the health and travel security risks for educational institutions, academic personnel and trip organisers. The paper is focused on how to prevent health and security risks during overseas trips.