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Lead and Change: First Years

Our flagship three-day training event is designed to provide newly elected Officers the chance to come together and build your network for the year ahead whilst also taking in some sessions around leadership and the key issues we face as a student movement. Covering a wide range of topics such as essential leadership skills, understanding power and privilege including the system of oppression and the importance of self and collective care, will culminate in your ability to create the change you want to see in your union.

 

What is different this year?

We're busy working on the agenda at the moment and will update you here as and when we have exciting updates to tell you about

Who should attend:

All first year Student Officers; including Presidents, Welfare, Education, Activities, Engagement etc.

 

Course Information:

Date Location   Course Timings Registration Deadline

28-30 July

2020

Anglia Ruskin

University

All First Year Officers

TBC

TBC

4 - 6 August

2020

Leeds Beckett University All First Year Officers

TBC

TBC

 

Registration:

 - Registration opening date TBC

 

Price:

TBC - we will have an allocation of discounted places for FE and Small & Specialist SUs as well for those who volunteer their time to tutor. 

Bursary Price - Please see the criteria for the discounted price available.

 

Additional Information:

 

 

Joining Instructions Week 1 :

 - Coming Soon

 

Joining Instructions Week 2 :

 - Coming Soon

 

Impact of training for individuals and organisations:

  • A more inclusive students' union
  • Improved resillience
  • Wider student engagement with the students' union
  • Increased confidence of leading as a student officer
  • Increased campaign success
  • Improved network of fellow student officers

 

NUS 100

This course is all about students’ unions being diverse, inclusive and equitable organisations, supporting them to attract and retain outstanding people.

 

Email:

For more details contact the Learning and Development team, learningdevelopment@nus.org.uk