Here are the currently scheduled AMOSSHE events.
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The Universities UK (UUK) taskforce to address violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting students, has developed recommendations for higher education providers to help implement approaches to these issues. The recommendations focus on challenging violence against women in higher education, and responding to student concerns. This event for Student Services professionals explores how to implement these recommendations in the context of your institution, through Student Services strategy and practice.
The event will involve thinking about the UUK recommendations in a practical way, as well as reviewing existing good practice and approaches. You will also have the opportunity to discuss ideas with your Student Services peers to explore in more detail and understand what the recommendations mean for you and your institution.
This event deals with sensitive and potentially distressing topics. You will work with other delegates to discuss sample case studies and how you might respond to the situations described in a professional manner. Please consider the nature of these challenging issues before you decide to attend.
The event takes place at the Park Plaza hotel in Leeds. Registration opens at 09:30 and the welcome address starts at 10:00.
Here are the prices (which include lunch):
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The day is led by Sam Dale (AMOSSHE Vice Chair Professional Development and Deputy Academic Registrar, University of Durham) and Christine Lowther (AMOSSHE Executive Member and Director of Student Services, University of Glasgow). Speakers include:
This event for Student Services leaders and practitioners explores how we can engage institutional colleagues and stakeholders to create effective relationships, and how we can create engaging communities for our students that enhance their learning experience and promote retention and success.
Please put the date in your diary - booking will open soon! Meanwhile, find out more about the call for session proposals.
The 2017 AMOSSHE national conference takes place in Brighton from 5 to 7 July 2017. Watch this space for more information coming soon!