We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byBradyn Hazelwood
Modified over 2 years ago
Advanced Student Representative Enhancement Programme 2010/2011
Aims of Workshop -Present a model of accredited enhanced representative training -Explore the mutual benefits for students, the students association and the institution -Demonstrate the impact on learning and teaching
Level 3 (QCF) Award in First Line Management
1.Enable more effective representation 2.Develop students personal skills 3.Offer a professional qualification
10 STEPS 1Initial Rep TrainingOct 10 2Goal Setting for Success WorkshopNov 10 3Committee Communications WorkshopNov 10 4Committee Communications Follow Up ExerciseNov 10-Jan 11 5Student Support ExerciseNov 10-Jan 11 6Personal Development PlanningEarly Jan 11 7Personal Development PlanningLate Jan 11 8Reflective ExerciseFeb 11 9Workbook SubmissionFeb 11 10Certificate PresentationMar 11
Impact on Learning and Teaching Students ?
Impact on Learning and Teaching Students Students Association + Institution ?
The Edinburgh Napier Experience Students Students Association Institution
Student Perspective Build CV Enhanced assertiveness and confidence Increased understanding of the university structure
Student Perspective Improved critical analysis Increased awareness of leadership techniques Increased understanding of committee communication and jargon
Napier Students Association Profile Collaboration Strategic
Institution Common Understanding Staff Development agenda Responsibility to empower
Rosalind Beaumont Professional Development Manager
What the AUA can do for you Adam C. Cresswell Learning & Teaching Administrator.
The International Postgraduate Student Experience – QAA perspective Dr Laura Bellingham Research, Development and Partnerships Group UKCGE workshop Thursday.
International School for Communities, Rights and Inclusion Engage, Empower, Enable: Student Volunteering within the Curriculum.
1 Evolving Thinking: Developments from a Cardiff Perspective Dr Sarah Williamson Head of Learning & Teaching Support.
The UK Professional Standards Framework for for teaching and supporting learning in higher education 2011 UKPSF 2011.
Enhancing Learning and Teaching in HE People Performance Potential Staff Development Unit People Performance Potential Developing & supporting post graduates.
Introduction to Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (ITLHE) Rosalind Beaumont (SDU)
Institutional Student ePioneer Partnerships Richard Francis 18th November 2011 Developing Digital Literacies programme.
College of Business Studies, Kuwait
1. The alignment with national plans. The four missions of higher education institutions. AU uniqueness and identities. AU academic excellence. SWOT analysis.
Principles of Assessment and Feedback for Learning CHEP Strategic Work-stream Assessment and Feedback for Learning Dr Alan Masson.
NIHR Leadership Support and Development The Trainee Programme 23 September 2009.
PADDLE Personal Actualisation and Development through Digital Literacy in Education Digital Literacies Workshops A contribution to the discussion from.
Why ASPIRE? Approximately 20% of 16 – 24 year olds are unemployed.
Certificate in Employability Skills L1
Learning from ELIR: piloting a new approach Thelma Barron, Assistant Director, QAA Scotland.
Internet information skills: Exercise to explore the Resource Discovery Network (RDN) Virtual Training Suite.
Faculty of Health & Social Work Using Credit for Good Curriculum Design Presentation Revisit original objectives Impact of Credit on the Curriculum Who.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International Professional Qualifications
The link between staff development and student engagement The Robert Gordon University Thursday 4 February 2010 sparqs Student Engagement Series.
1 The Operational Delivery Profession’s Strategy
Enhancing Apprenticeships within ALPHI SETA Alison Sumpter.
THE UNIVERSITY of EDINBURGH
Staff perspectives: challenges, opportunities, outcomes Dr. Janet Anand and Dr. Chaitali Das.
EU Project Croatia 12 th May 2011 UK Sector Skills Councils, working together.
IQER: Where we are and what comes next. Good practice 1 32 % related to management of quality and standards – to do with policy, collaboration with awarding.
Certificate in Employability Skills Confidence and Motivation.
Leadership Forum 4 Director’s Update David Riordan Institute Director.
Special Meeting on ICT Education in Tertiary Institutions Towards a Regional Perspective on Quality and Academic Standards in ICT Education and Training.
Black Leadership Initiative British Diversity Award for Education 2005 Mentoring Rajinder Kaur Mann Date: 18 th May 2011.
Is the journey the destination? RDM at St Andrews Birgit Plietzsch Research Computing Team Leader
SEDA Professional Development Framework (PDF) Jenny Eland Co-Chair SEDA PDF Committee Birmingham City University John Peters Associate Director CRA & SEDA.
KATE SHOESMITH HE in FE: KATE SHOESMITH An awarding perspective.
The Institute of Leadership & Management Partnership working.
Ulster Melanie Giles Laura ONeill School of Psychology Joan Condell School of Computing & Intelligent Systems Amanda Zacharopoulou School of Law.
1 EXPECT TO ACHIEVE The role, value and importance of Geographical fieldwork within ITE Mark Chidler.
Employer- HE Engagement: Influence through Collaboration Helen Connor The Council for Industry and Higher Education 16 June 2009.
Bologna Seminar Learning outcomes based higher education: The Scottish experience Workshop 5: national qualifications frameworks and levels, and internal.
Learning Outcomes in quality enhancement
Engaging Students in the Quality of Learning and Teaching [Your name] [Your role]
Award, Certificate and Diploma in Strategic Management Certificate and Diploma in Executive Leadership ILM Level 7.
Degree Plus “Stand Out from the Crowd”. Get Involved – Degree Plus Start thinking about future Career Plans Gain experience and Develop your Skills Explore.
Fiona Lamb 1 Royal Academy of Engineering 16 September 2010.
HR Excellence in Research Award British Council, 9 March 2012 Ellen Pearce
Housing with Care and Support. Workforce challenges and solutions.
Evaluation and revalidation briefing seminar 1 October 2014.
Stepping StonesStepping Stones Programme Stepping Stones Stepping Stones Programme A Career Development Programme for Grade 2/3 Staff Mentoring Raza Rashid.
Working together for shared success Enabling organisations to be their best.
The Benefits of Utilising Problem Based Learning (PBL) in a Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Annaliese Willis Helen Ward London South Bank University, UK.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.