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 www.nottingham.ac.uk/advantageaward

 

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 charlotte.lappin@nottingham.ac.uk

 

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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