Event Description

Anglia Ruskin Students' Union

Committee Training Conference

Committee Training Conference

A conference style training session for all of our club and society committee members.

Thu 24 September 2020 10:00-16:00


Committee Training Conference

This year we are running our committee training days as online conferences.The training is compulsory for new and returning club and society committee members. 

The training will run from 10:00 - 16:30 with a lunch break and comfort breaks. We will begin the day with core skills sessions for all clubs and societies and will then split into breakout rooms for clubs and different categories of societies where training will be tailored to those groups. We will finish the day with time for questions and optional networking.

To attend this training, you will need to purchase a free ticket to reserve your space. We will then send the link to the Zoom conference closer to the date to you. 

We will be using Zoom Webinar for the conference and will be delivering training via Prezi, Powerpoint and Kahoot. If you have any accessibility queries about this training or if you need the training resources in a different format, please contact inclusion@angliastudent.com

If you are a parent or carer and would need childcare or support to be able to attend this full day training session, you can apply for the Inclusion Fund. The Inclusion Fund is a small pot of funding available to our volunteers to help reduce barriers to attend SU activities and events. For more information and to apply, visit our website here


All committee members for clubs and societies must attend a training session with the Student Activities team for their society to be affiliated. If  you have not yet attended training and are unable to attend this training date or if you are unable to attend the full day, please contact us at societies@angliastudent.com before the session. 



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