A Programme of Study Rep is a student volunteer who listens to the views of their classmates and provides feedback to the college.
Become a Study Rep
As a Programme of Study Rep you will bring issues raised by students to the attention of college staff immediately by speaking to relevant staff, through scheduled meetings throughout the year or by using My Day to access further information.
Reps will receive training for their role, build communication and employability skills. Reps will be asked to attend three meetings per year. Reps can be expect to receive support from their Achievement Tutors.
Programme of Study Reps are vital to maintaining our high standards in teaching, learning and assessment. Reps are key to student voices being heard and making changes.
How do I become a Study Rep?
Any student can stand for election as a Programme of Study Rep for their class. During the first term every class will elect up to two Programme of Study Reps to represent their views. Please speak to your Achievement Tutor who will support you with the application process.
Why should I become a Programme of Study Rep?
Being a Programme of Study Rep gives you a platform to take views forward from your class to Campus Council members and tutors. You can meet and network with positive and passionate people in your class and develop your personal skills too. You will create effective working relationships with teaching staff and you will have the opportunity to influence change. Being a Programme of Study Rep will be a boost to your UCAS application or CV when applying for university or jobs after college.
Programme of Study Rep Job Specification