Ever thought about getting more involved in student life or student politics? Then this course, organised by the Students’ Union, in partnership with the Women into Politics group, may be for you.
The course is aimed at those who are interested or are already involved in SSCCs, Student Council and clubs and societies, and deals with practical ways of making sure your voice is heard at meetings, overcoming stereotyping and organising a campaign.
The skills that you will pick up as part of the course will not only help you get more involved in student life, but are qualities that employers will be looking out for when it comes to applying for jobs.
An introductory meeting will be held, at which point students will have the opportunity to decide how many workshops they want the course to hold, all of which will be compulsory and will be between 3 and 5 in total.
Cognitive/intellectual skills, which include being able to:
Professional attributes/attitudes which include
Business and organisational skills which include being able to
Practical elements where applicable and according to the degree pathway which include being able to
For further information contact Samantha Tan, Su.email@example.com