Workshop Booking Form

Please note that these sessions are the full time indicated e.g If it states 3pm-4pm it will start at 3pm and will finish at 4pm. They will finish no earlier than the time stated. Please only book if you can attend the FULL session.

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Workshops

For a full breakdown of all of our current workshops, please follow the link below

Workshop Provision

Art Therapy An introductory look at art therapy. This session explores the benefits it can have on your wellbeing whilst getting you to take part in activities that you can go away and use in the future.
Keep yourself safe A session that is designed to help you practice techniques in disengagement from would be attackers. This is delivered by an experienced practitioner in this field. We would advice that you wear comfortable clothing for this session.You will be asked to sign disclaimer forms before participating in this session. Limited spaces available
Being Atticus: Comparisons to Black Lives Matter A comparison of To Kill A Mockingbird with Black Lives Matter & contemporary society. An example of how mass media can be used to illicit emotional responses and aid civil rights movements and a discussion on how we can implement similar methods in our lives.
Women in Leadership As part of the #Empowered series, this workshop is designed for self-defining women to develop their understanding of women in leadership. We will be exploring some key themes into women in leadership, and considering what we as a collective can do to improve women leadership opportunities in the workplace.
How to be an Ally As part of the #Empowered students, this workshop is designed for all students who wish to support their fellow marginalised students more.
Look After Your Mate workshop The ‘Look After Your Mate’ campaign, aims to give more students across the UK the knowledge, confidence and skills they need to support their friends at university.
International Public Speaking In conjunction with the union's empowered campaign, this is a session designed for international students to overcome barriers and develop their skills in public speaking
Bystander Intervention Awareness This is an introductory look at the notion of being a bystander to incidents of harassment, violence etc.
Event Planning Excellent session for committee members to work on their up and coming events of for students who may be delivering an event either in our out of university.
Public Speaking Looks at techniques to help anyone who may be fearful of any form of public speaking.
Mindfulness In conjunction with Wellbeing Week, we introduce the key principles of mindfulness and how we can apply them to every day life.
Election Workshops - Campaign Week Campaign sessions are designed to help nominees prepare for their campaign. We will not be able to tell you what you should include in your manifestos or the strategy to adopt to beat your opponent. However, we will provide further information and guidance on campaigns in general.
Election Workshops - Information sessions These sessions are designed to help any student who may be considering running for elections & provide guidance for campaign week.
Student Leader Masterclass A session designed to help all student leaders in their role. Works on leadership techniques such as communication and assertiveness.
Safeguarding Identifies different safeguarding themes and how to signpost issues to the correct services
Working with children The working with children session explores the joys and challenges involved in working with children aged up to 11. We discuss the different graduate career roles, expected pay and training routes into each profession. It is delivered by an experienced teacher who has worked with young people of all ages.
Confidence Skills Work on own perceptions of confidence & developing it through various techniques
Working with young people The working with young people session explores ups and downs involved in working with young people aged from 11-19. We discuss the different graduate career roles, expected pay and training routes into each profession. It is delivered by an experienced teacher who has worked with young people of all ages.
Master risk assessment workshop Please only register for one of these workshops if you are a member of a current committee. Coming soon
Mental Health in Sport A Student Minds session that looks at the topic of mental health issues relating to sport.
Hate crime awareness Provides an overview of hate crimes and what they are, focusing on issues related to the student population.
Democratic Procedures Committee Please only select this training if you have been elected to Democratic Proceedures Committee
Grant funding workshop Please only register for one of these workshops if you are a member of a current committee.
Liberation Thought provoking session that discusses barriers to education and different levels of privilege. Excellent session for course representational student leaders.
Presentation skills Focuses on alternatives to PowerPoint and ensuring that presentations are engaging and inclusive.
If you have any accessibility requirements please check 'yes', and we will email you for further information For example, wheelchair access, adapted resources, large text or paper format visual aids
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