BECOME A PROGRAMME REP...
What are Programme Reps?
Programme reps are students who are elected by their peers to represent all students on their particular course. They are the main point of call for students who have problems, issue or ideas relating to their course. The Programme Rep will meet regularly with the Curriculum Area Rep to share the views of students to be fed back to the college and in return feedback information and outcomes to the students on their programme.
Why being a Programme Rep is such a great opportunity…
A chance to improve quality of teaching and learning
Improve your leadership, communication and negotiation skills
Increase your confidence
Improve college life for you and your peers
Gain a wide range of practical skills that will make you more employable
What is expected of a Programme Rep?
Who supports Programme Reps?
Ongoing guidance and support is provided by your Tutor, VP College, VP Education, College Staff and LSU Staff.
When do I start!!!
Elections will take place on:
FE Students - 3rd October 2014
HE Students - 10th October 2014
Nominate yourself for the position when your tutor asks.
You will be asked to talk in front of your course group why you want to be a Programme Rep and what you can bring to the role
Students in your class will then vote for their Programme Representative
Programme Rep Training takes place on…
FE Programme Reps – 17th October 2014
HE Programme Reps - 21st October 2014
The basic outline of the job role can be found here …
The opportunity profile describes the main roles and responsibilities a Programme Rep would have.
We really recommend that you take advantage of this great opportunity and get involved and become Programme Reps; it is a great opportunity to become part of a team, and enhance your CV whilst being at the forefront of educational developments for your course. Becoming a Programme Rep leads to future opportunities, for example the chance to become a Programme President.
If you have any queries regarding this position, please contact you VP College Officer; Gayathri Seneviratne at email@example.com