“My” Student Services

  • 02 March 2018
  • 09:30 - 16:00
  • Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow
  • 35

Registration

  • Not a named AMOSSHE member, but an employee of an AMOSSHE member organisation
  • Individuals, not-for-profit organisations, and higher education providers not associated with AMOSSHE

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My Student Services“My” Student Services: making services accessible for all students

This one day event explores how Student Services can more effectively engage students from different racial, cultural and minority groups, so that these students feel comfortable and included when accessing services. Consider how to design your services to account for competing equalities priorities, and how to recognise and correct unconscious biases that impact your initiatives and staff attitudes.

Location, time and price

This one day event takes place at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow.

Registration opens at 09:30, and the first session starts at 10:00.

Here are the delegate prices (which include lunch):

  • AMOSSHE named member - £170 (log in to access this rate)
  • Member colleague (non-member, but an employee of an AMOSSHE member organisation) - £185
  • Non-member (individuals, not-for-profit organisations and higher education providers not associated with AMOSSHE) - £215
  • Corporate non-member - £255

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Confirmed speakers

Workshop leaders at the event include:

  • Marianne Lemond (Student Experience and Equalities Manager) and Jo Tomlinson (Counselling and Wellbeing Manager, University of Brighton) exploring unconscious bias training for professional and academic staff, and students.
  • Jess Moody (Senior Policy Adviser, Equality Challenge Unit) discussing how to ensure that students of different faiths and cultures feel comfortable accessing your services, and feel that services are safe spaces for them. 
  • Rotimi Akinsete (Director of Wellbeing, University of Surrey) exploring how to identify student groups who are not accessing services, the conscious or unconscious barriers that deter them, and designing more inclusive and engaging services.


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