Here are the currently scheduled AMOSSHE events.
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This continuing professional development event explores how Student Services can better support trans students to achieve their academic potential. Update your understanding of the unique challenges faced by the trans community, review sector guidance and recommendations, and discuss policy and good practice with Student Services peers.
This one day event takes place at the Jurys Inn Birmingham. Registration opens at 09:30.
Here are the delegate prices (which include lunch):
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This workshop for Student Services professionals explores how ideas of culture, social identity, power / privilege dynamics, unconscious bias and intercultural conflict influence your relationships with your students and institutional colleagues. The current political climate in the UK and abroad has highlighted deep societal divisions about race, gender, class and religious identities. This event highlights ways to start dialogues and build bridges.
Booking for this event opens soon!
The day provides professional development and also training for trainers, including a resource guide with information about how to conduct similar sessions within your organisation. The structure of the day is highly interactive and requires participants to take an active role, which could at times be uncomfortable.
Taking part in the workshop will help you to:
This one day event takes place in the Tavistock Room at Woburn House in London, close to Euston and King's Cross St Pancras railway stations.
The workshop is led by Sarah Napoli. Sarah has been teaching for 15 years and conducting training / workshops on social justice / intercultural competency for the past 10 years. Currently she is the acting assistant head of Goodricke College at the University of York. She holds two MA degrees in social justice in intercultural relations and applied human rights. She has worked in higher education for the past decade and has held positions in the USA in service learning, diversity, and disability services. Her work uses various arts-based techniques to discuss social issues, and she has a long history of using theatre and hip hop as tools to discuss social change. Sarah also acts as a consultant for several NGOs and non-profit organisations. She has worked all over the USA and in several international contexts, including Japan, Guatemala, throughout Europe, and Canada.
This event for Student Services professionals is an opportunity to develop your expertise for taking on the challenges of leadership and management - whether that means increasing responsibilities, managing change, or aspiring to the next level of your career supporting student success.
“True leaders don’t create followers - they create more leaders” (J Sakiya Sandifer): this one day event aims to help you become the kind of Student Services leader you aspire to be.
This one day event takes place at the Marriott Hotel City Centre in Liverpool.
360 degree thinking: leadership / collaboration / innovation is the AMOSSHE national conference 2017. The conference takes a 360 degree approach to Student Services, taking in perspectives from all angles to drive student success – encompassing inspiring leadership, effective collaboration and innovative practice.
360 degree thinking aims to consider the holistic, global student experience, and how Student Services can foster academic and personal success through:
Find out more about the call for session proposals.