Today we wanted to remind you of all the different support that’s still available to you during this working from home period. Until campus re-opens you have access to many of our key learning resources, so let the campus come to you!
The team here have been busy over the past month meeting many of you online via Microsoft Teams for our new online tutorials we’re offering.
Each week on campus we have our ‘Get your Award’ workshops, we are now bringing this to you from the comfort of your own home. You’ll have a 30 minute slot with a member of the team who will help you with any area of your award, along with introducing you to the different online resources you have access to from the website, which includes just some of the following:
- Big White Wall
- Rosetta Stone
- Information & Resource Portal
- LinkedIn Learning
To book a tutorial we have slots available 5 days a week from 10am-4pm which can be booked on the website – we look forward to (virtually) meeting you soon! https://graduateplus.bcu.ac.uk/static/5331/book-a-tutorial
The next key support being offered to you from home is with the Careers+ team – they have offices for ADM, BLSS, CEBE and HELS students across our 2 campuses.
Whilst working from home you can book a 1-1 video or phone appointment with a member of the team, they can help with finding part time jobs, work placements, CV and cover letter checking and general career advice!
Follow the link to find out more & book your tutorial today - https://careersplus.bcu.ac.uk/
BCU Volunteering Support
The BCU Volunteering team may be working remotely, but they are still here to help you in applying for upcoming volunteering positions in the city.
If you’d like to find a suitable role or find out more information about different opportunities available to you, contact the team here via https://www.bcusu.com/get-involved/stand-out/ or alternatively email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Centre for Academic Success Support
Finally, among many others, the final service we are highlighting for you today is the Centre for Academic Success, they are still working to provide you with help and support from home.
The team offer a huge array of support, which includes just SOME of the following:
- Advice for studying online
- Study guides
- Workshop presentations & resources
- Success 2019 course
- Email tutorials R.E. assignments and modules.
- Instant chat available via Moodle for students to ask specific questions.
To find out more about the support offered to you through CAS visit the website to find out more - https://www.bcu.ac.uk/about-us/education-development-service/centre-for-academic-success-student or alternatively email a member of the team at email@example.com
We hope today’s post has been a helpful one – these are only a handful of the key services still available to you. For further help and guidance you can contact your personal tutor or module leader for course related help.