Student Governance Staff Training

2014/2015


Student Appeals (Academic Appeals and Academic Misconduct Appeals)


This session aims to enhance understanding of the appeals procedure and ensure that staff who  respond to appeals or who are involved in the appeals process are aware of key factors required in gathering evidence, decision making and writing formal responses capable of withstanding external scrutiny
Would be beneficial to: Directors or nominees who respond to Appeals, staff who are members of or wish to members of the Appeal Panel and any staff involved in the assessment process and academic misconduct process who wish to learn about the appeals process.

Dates: 23 March 2015 2-4pm Kingsway House 5th Floor Training Room 1

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Student Complaints


This session aims to enhance understanding of the Student Complaints procedure and ensure that staff who  respond to Student Complaints or who are involved in the Student Complaints Process are aware of key factors required in gathering evidence, decision making and writing formal responses capable of withstanding external scrutiny
Would be beneficial to: Staff who respond to Student Complaints (informally and formally), Appeals, staff who are involved in eth Student Complaints Process (Investigating officers, Hearing Panel members) or staff who wish to be involved in the formal procedures and any staff member who would like to learn about the Student Complaints Process.


Dates: 30 March 2015 2-4pm Kingsway House 5th Floor Training Room 1

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Academic Misconduct


Informal briefing session to support staff involved in the AMP process, aiming to brief staff in the AMP process and ensuring AMP's are conducted with transparency and fairness and to improve the skills of staff in presenting evidence, conducting AMP's, presenting at AMP's and reaching decisions.
Would be beneficial to: Staff who are involved in the AMP Process (Investigating officers, Panel Members and Administrators) and any staff member who would like to learn about the Academic Misconduct Procedures.

Dates: 2 April 2015 2-4pm Kingsway House 5th Floor Training Room 1

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Student Governance have delivered the following training sessions in 2014/2015

Academic Misconduct Panel Training (APS Faculty and ELS School).

 

The PowerPoint Slides for these sessions are available here.

If you have any queries about Staff training in relation to Student Governance Procedures please contact Claire Williams on 0151 904 6073 or by email at C.L.Williams@ljmu.ac.uk

2013/2014

Student Governance Delivered the Following Training sessions is 2013/2014.

The PowerPoint Slides for these sessions are available here.

Investigation Protocols
Informal briefing session to support staff involved in investigations allegations and complaints by students and aiming to enhance understanding of the investigation process and improve skills in collating evidence, conducting interviews, reaching a decision and writing

Academic Misconduct Panel Training
Informal briefing session to support staff involved in the AMP process, aiming to brief staff in the AMP process and ensuring AMP's are conducted with transparency and fairness and to improve the skills of staff in presenting evidence, conducting AMP's, presenting at AMP's and reaching decisions.


Responding to Student Appeals

This session aims to enhance understanding of the appeals procedure and ensure that staffs responding to appeals are aware of key factors required in gathering evidence, decision making and writing formal responses capable of withstanding external scrutiny.



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