Useful Info For Reps

 

Course Rep Handbook 2016–2017

 

 

 

Training

Course Rep training is an essential first step once you have been elected. It’s packed with exercises and information that will make your role easier. We’ll also help you to set objectives, meet other Course Reps, and talk about what being a Course Rep really involves.

If you’ve already registered but haven’t signed up for training yet, or would like to rearrange a session, use this form

Upcoming training sessions

 

Student and Dean Forums

Every term, you are invited to a special Forum that brings together all the Course Reps in your School and the Dean. You’re expected to attend, provided it doesn’t clash with your classes.

Unlike programme- or course-level committees, which focus on course-specific issues, these Forums present an opportunity for top-level discussion. They are an ideal place to discuss ideas that affect students across the college, such as resources, cross-course collaboration, big events, and improving the site.

 

Claim back expenses

If you’ve incurred expense as a Rep, we can usually cover the cost. For example, we can cover:

  • Travel within Zones 1–6 to attend a Student and Dean Forum
  • Printing costs for meeting papers, posters, or campaign material such as surveys

To claim back the cost, please email a copy of the receipt with your bank details to:coursereps@su.arts.ac.uk

We can not cover the cost for course/programme committees – your course may be able to organise this for you. (To get a receipt of recent travel, you can present your Oyster at any London Underground ticket office.)

 

Got an idea and need some funding?

If you’d like to organise something that involves extra costs, such as a networking event or day trip, you should consider applying to our Student Initiative Fund(SIF). Visit our blog for inspiration on what students have done in the past. You don't have to be a Course Rep to apply!

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