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Tue 18 Jun – Tue 5 May 2020

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September 2019

Mon 23
University Student Discipline Procedure Briefing new Finished 10:00 - 11:00 Department of Zoology, Main Lecture Theatre

This training will provide an overview of the University’s new Student Discipline Procedure, which will be introduced at the start of Michaelmas Term 2019. The training will provide an overview of the new Procedure including how academic and non-academic student misconduct will be dealt with from investigation and decision making, through to the likely outcomes. As well as providing information on how to support students through the new process and how to raise concerns regarding student behaviour, the session will also include an overview of the revised guidance on investigating academic misconduct (plagiarism) at department/faculty level.

Thu 26
University Student Complaint Procedure (Workshop) new Finished 10:30 - 12:00 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03a

This workshop will give you an opportunity to consider how complaints might be prevented and when complaints first arise how to respond to them appropriately and in line with the University's Student Complaint Procedure.

In addition to providing you with an overview of the Student Complaint Procedure, the workshop will include practical tips for investigating and taking action following complaints at a local level. The session will include a presentation and a series of case studies, giving you the opportunity to put the principles into practice.

November 2019

Tue 19
Responding to Harassment and Sexual Misconduct in the University Setting new Finished 10:00 - 12:00 Student Counselling Service

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence before discussing how to appropriately respond to disclosures of this and other unwanted behaviours which might also constitute a criminal offence.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and reporting options available.

February 2020

Mon 10
Responding to Harassment and Sexual Misconduct in the Collegiate University Setting new [Places] 10:00 - 12:30 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03d

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence before discussing how to appropriately respond to disclosures of this and other unwanted behaviours which might also constitute a criminal offence.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and reporting options available.

May 2020

Tue 5

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence before discussing how to appropriately respond to disclosures of this and other unwanted behaviours which might also constitute a criminal offence.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and reporting options available.