Nottingham Advantage Award

The Union offers a suite of Advantage Award Modules designed to accredit your involvement in Union activity.

To find out more please visit the website


Societies, Sports and Student Run Services XX15N4N

Aims and objectives: to identify and recognise the value of the skills you gain through holding a committee position in a club, group or society, and to help you to understand the value of being a reflective practitioner.

Availability: open to all students holding a committee position in the same academic year as the module runs.

Assessment: varies depending on your group.


Student Trainer Programme XX15N3N

Aims and objectives: to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to effectively carry out the role of a STARs trainer and support you in reflecting on your personal and professional development.

Availability: open to all students who are volunteering as a STARs trainer.

Assessment: peer review workshop and reflective diary.


If you are a student trainer and wish to accredit your role please email


Student Volunteer Centre Development Programme XX15N6N

Aims and objectives: to help you to: identify and recognise the skills you develop through your volunteering experience; articulate these to an employer; develop an understanding of wider issues within the voluntary sector.

Availability: open to all students

Assessment: two hour observation, one hour one to one feedback session and reflective diary

Contact Details

Tel: 0115 74 84505

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