Look here for up to date information about training, support and resources for the Course Rep role.
Course Rep are an essential link between students and staff, ensuring that the university takes into account the views of students and that they receive the best possible education
The Students' Union run Course Rep training sessions on all university and college sites throughout the academic year. If you are a newly appointed Course Rep these sessions are a great way to learn how to be effective in your role, meet fellow reps and have any queries about the role answered.
Signup for training here
Take a look at the role handbook below
Here’s some guidance on using Student Central to send emails
1. Login to Student Central
2. Click on 'my course: .....'
3. Then you should see an ‘Email’ link in the menu of your course area, click on this link. (If you don’t see one, talk to your course tutor and ask for one to be placed there)
4. In the window that opens up, select the ‘All Student Users’ option.
5. Enter the ‘Subject’ of the message (*you will find it useful to put the level you are sending the message to in this line, see image below), the message details and use the ‘Attach a file’ link to add attachments.
6. Click ‘Submit’
Your message will be sent to all students on this course.
Use this form to reflect and make a plan for resolving issues which come up on your course
This popup contains a number of University documents which help clarify students’ rights on a number of issues. Before using any of the information found within this section make sure you read our guide to discussing policy.
Our guide on how to use the policies and regulations found in this section.
The rep system is run as a partnership between students, the Students’ Union and the University. Find out how this works by reading the policy.
Every student at the University of Brighton should have regular access to a personal tutor to review and support their development as they progress through the course. This policy sets out students’ entitlements, as well as reasonable expectations for staff members.
This document sets out the regulations relevant to every course run by the University of Brighton. It is a good resource for understanding your rights and expectations as a student at the University of Brighton.
This outlines the University’s commitment to creating a supportive and inclusive learning and working environment free from discrimination and bullying
If you have any questions related to Course Reps then contact Dan and Gráinne over email or call via the information above. We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you at one of the Course Rep Training Sessions!
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