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Why Apply to Become a Student Trainer? - Harry Turner – Co-Chair Student Trainers 2016-17

“Last year I thought about applying but I didn’t think I was qualified to train anybody in anything - I’m so pleased I did though because:

  • I’ve received professional training on how to design and deliver engaging sessions;
  • I’m no longer nervous about giving presentations and speaking in public;
  • I’ve gone from learning presentations line by line to having the confidence to be flexible and adapt it as I go.

Thanks to this opportunity I have plenty of real examples to use during interviews. My decision to go for it and apply to become a Student Trainer was the best decision I made last year”

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Writing Centre - Write Bite Sessions 10 Feb to 4th May 2016
Academic Skills
Wed 10 Feb
10:00
23:59
You do not need to book for these sessions, you can just turn up and bring your lunch with you. Keen to develop your academic writing? Would you like help... Find out more...
Argument and Criticism in scientific writing (Undergrad Science/Engineering)
Academic Skills
Mon 15 Feb
12:15
13:05
This session is suitable for undergraduate Science & Engineering students Are you a science or engineering student who needs to add argument and criticism to your writing?  Are you unsure... Find out more...
Do you want to be a Student Trainer?
Personal Development
Mon 15 Feb
13:15
14:05
Being a Student Trainer is a fantastic way to learn advanced presentation, communication and teamworking skills, as well as a great way to meet new people and provide peer to... Find out more...
Creativity and Innovation - Teach First
Leadership
Mon 15 Feb
18:15
19:30
Creativity and Innovation - Teach First This session, delivered by the Teach First Graduate Recruitment Officer for University of Bath, will highlight the relevance and importance of creativity to the UK marketplace and industry so that... Find out more...
Improve your Presentation Skills
Employability Skills
Tue 16 Feb
18:15
19:30
Improve your Presentation Skills Being able to deliver an effective presentation is a valued skill in the workplace and can really boost your confidence. Come along to this session, delivered by our Student Trainers... Find out more...
Endnote Web - Manage your references and bibliography
IT Training
Wed 17 Feb
14:00
15:30
This course teaches the fundamentals of using EndNote Web for storing references and writing papers. The session covers setting up the online library, setting up groups of references, entering and... Find out more...
Excel 1 - An Introduction to the commonly used features
IT Training
Wed 17 Feb
14:00
15:30
This self paced  course will give you an introduction to the basics of creating and managing spreadsheets with Excel. You will learn how to: work with numbers, input formulae and... Find out more...
Mathematical learning modes, thinking styles and concept mapping
Academic Skills
Wed 17 Feb
15:15
16:05
Mathematical learning modes, thinking styles and concept mapping This session introduces the ideas of learning modes, thinking styles and concept image in mathematics. Attendees will learn to produce maps of mathematical concepts and how these maps can be... Find out more...
Style in scientific writing (Science and Engineering)
Academic Skills
Thu 18 Feb
12:15
13:05
This session is suitable for All Science & Engineering students Would you like to be more effective at writing in a clear and accurate scientific style?  Would you like to... Find out more...
Completing Section 2 of the Bath Award
Employability Skills
Thu 18 Feb
13:15
14:05
Completing Section 2 of the Bath Award This interactive session will be led by one of the assessors marking Section 2 of the Bath Award. During this session, you will gain an understanding of what the assessors... Find out more...
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You'll enjoy exceptional business exposure, build wide-ranging skills and life-long relationships, and  gain valuable professional qualifications. You'll also find out why students have voted us number one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for the last eight years.

Just bring us a 2:1 or above in any discipline, a UCAS tariff of at least 300 (or equivalent), plus the ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others' shoes and to make a positive impact on our clients. To be part of something special, visit: www.pwc.com/uk/careers

Please note that while the majority of our sessions are offered free of charge, some sessions such as First Aid and IT training may be provided at a fee which will be advertised at the sign up point