30 Jul 2015

Welcome to our new student Associate Trainer team!

We are delighted to announce the appointment of an excellent team of student Associate Trainers for the coming academic year. The new team, including three returners from previous years, will begin delivering Course Rep Training from October 2015 onwards. Their induction process begins on 1st August, followed by our intensive three-day residential training, which they will undertake towards the end of the summer to equip them with the skills and knowledge to fulfil their role.

The 2015-16 team are:

  • Paige Stevenson – University of the West of Scotland
  • Kayleigh Radford – University of Abertay
  • Emma Pringle – University of Abertay
  • Teodora Teodorescu – University of Aberdeen
  • Jack Delaney – Perth College UHI
  • Ekpeloodum Excellence Robert – Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Dorothea Hinrichs – University of Strathclyde
  • Susan Donnachie – University of Glasgow
  • John Clifford – Moray College UHI
  • Andrew Parr – The Robert Gordon University
  • Andrea-Bianca Geangalua – The Robert Gordon University

We know that you will join us in extending a warm welcome to them all. Details and biographies of the 2015-15 team are on the sparqs website.

Bookings are already open for 2015-16 Course Rep Training, so if you are planning to book in some sessions please see our CRT webpage which contains all the details, including the new online booking system.

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us at admin@sparqs.ac.uk

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