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  • Staff training

    Here you will find a list of the training sessions in which Student Central staff are involved.

  • Graduate College training programme for supervisors offered by the Research Degrees Team. For further information about the Graduate College supervisor sessions or if you would like to discuss your training needs or would like to book a place on one of the training sessions, please contact Jill Organ, Research Degrees Team: jorgan@brookes.ac.uk.

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    ISAT can come to your Faculty or Department and present to staff or students. Please contact ISAT if you are interested in any of these topics or have any suggestions for other areas.

    • An introduction to ISAT
    • How to extend your student visa
    • Our responsibilities under the Points Based System
    • Cultural awareness
    • Students, work and immigration

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    An introduction to the Undergraduate Modular Programme exploring the University rules and regulations that govern subjects and modules. This course is aimed at new staff involved in the teaching and management of the UMP as well for existing staff who wish to have a refresher. 

    Sessions can be arranged on a one-to-one basis or for a group of staff where required.

    Please email programmesupport@brookes.ac.uk to arrange a suitable date and time.

    Aimed at those new to chairing, and servicing, non-UMP exam committees, this session will cover:

    • purpose of examination committees, terms of reference, accountability and membership, including role of external examiners;
    • processes, systems and reports – before, at and after the exam committee;
    • award paperwork;
    • PGT regulations and timetable;
    • common issues arising in relation to collaborative partners’ exam committees.

    Presenters/facilitators: Liz Turner (APQO), CSAT Systems Managers

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    The Student Record System training page holds a list of available training courses for staff, including 'An Introduction to the Student Information System', plus access to online resources and guides.

    An Introduction to the Student Information System »

    Mark entry via the new student records system, for postgraduate modules, will be available from the beginning of November 2019. Undergraduate mark entry will begin in January 2020.

    Ahead of this, staff with responsibility for mark entry - such as module leaders, and programme leads - are invited to complete a short 30-minute online tutorial available from the SRS Moodle course.

    How to start the tutorial

    1. Go to the SRS Moodle course.
    2. Log in to Moodle when prompted using your usual Brookes login details.
    3. Select 'Enrol'.
    4. Select the ‘Mark Entry’ tab where you’ll find a self-guided tutorial (PDF) along with an instructional video.
    5. Use the link to the test area to complete the course activities.
    6. Once complete, check the ‘Your progress’ box to indicate you have completed the tutorial and activities.

    SRS Moodle course »

    The Programme Support Team offer training for Subject Co-ordinators who are responsible for processing UMP credit entry applications. We can offer guidance in completing the M103 form and also advice and guidance on the UMP Admission with Credit regulations. Sessions can be arranged on a one-to-one basis.

    Please email programmesupport@brookes.ac.uk to arrange a suitable date and time.

    The Programme Support Team offer Exam Committee training specific to the Undergraduate Modular Programme. This training covers all of the information needed for those who will Chair or be Secretary to an UMP Exam Committee. Other staff wishing to gain an insight in to exam committees are also welcome to attend.

    For further information and booking details, please contact the Programme Support Team at programmesupport@brookes.ac.uk.

    The next sessions are due to be held on: 

    • TBC

    This session is open to any member of staff who would like to gain a better understanding of the mitigating circumstances procedure and key staff involved in this process. 

    The next sessions are due to be held on:

    • TBC

    You can book a place using our online booking form. If you would prefer to contact us directly or for further information, please contact programmesupport@brookes.ac.uk.

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