Your Voice

Run by students, for students – what difference will you make?

Repstival celebrates the academic representation system, helps develop the skills of all our students, and leads to positive change at the University of Worcester.

Our first Repstival fortnight of the academic year runs from 22nd November until 3rd December. We have some fantastic sessions and workshops available for all Worcester students to attend. 
 

Monday 22nd November 13:15-14:45
“But Nobody ever reads it - how student voice and data is used for enhancement", hosted by Carolyn Moir 
(Room BY1150)
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Tuesday 23rd November 11:15-12:45
"Professional Minefields and Meeting Etiquette", hosted by Pegeen Fisher 
(Room EEG164)
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Tuesday 23rd November 13:15-14:45
"Sustainability", hosted by Katy Boom/Heather Barrett 
(Room BY1150)
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Wednesday 24th November 11:15-12:45
“Understanding Hate Crime”, hosted by West Mercia Police 
(The Hangar)
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Thursday 25th November 11:15-12:45
"How to Represent”, hosted by Tim Hewes-Belton 
(Room EE1026)
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Monday 29th November 11:15-12:45
“Developing your Digital Communication Skills”, hosted by Elaine Swift
(Online Session)
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Wednesday 1st December 13:15-14:45
“Where did all the time go? Understanding Time Management”, hosted by Tim Hewes-Belton 
(Room BY1150)
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Thursday 2nd December 11:15-12:45
“Your Toolkit for Representing a Diverse Student Community”, hosted by Val Yates 
(Online Session)
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Friday 3rd December 11:15-12:45
“The Importance of Student Voice”, hosted by Alexandra Sewell 
(Room BY1150)
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