Webinar Training for 22-23 at Student Hubs

Posted on: 12 September 2022

We’re excited to share an update on our training offer for 2022-23, which is replacing our webinar and workshop format which we have been trialling for the past two years during the pandemic.

This year, we are running three set cycles of training for our student leaders across our Hub committees and universities (based at the University of Bristol, University of Cambridge, Kingston University and University of Southampton) which we are opening up for external universities to sponsor places on for their own students, representatives, or staff members.

These training cycles are happening across the year and include:

Student Leadership (6 sessions, one session per month for one hour from October to March)

Campaigning and Advocacy (4 sessions every week in November for 90 minutes and 1 wrap up session for 45 minutes)

Innovation (4 sessions every week from 15th February to 15th March for 90 minutes and 1 wrap up session for 45 minutes)

Our Innovation cycle happening later in the year is available for students or staff to buy tickets for on Eventbrite as linked above, but the Student Leadership sessions and Campaigning and Advocacy will need to be facilitated through Student Hubs directly as we have a limit on numbers.


Your university can purchase places for your students to take on these courses, and all students who participate in each training series will get a certificate of completion from Student Hubs. Prices listed below are for one course only.

This cost breaks down to only £50 per student for 7-9 hours of content depending on the training cycle!

  • 10 student spaces is £500
  • 15 student spaces is £750
  • 20 student spaces is £1000

If you wish to attend any cycle as a staff member to support your own development (e.g. the campaigns and advocacy or innovation sessions), the course price is £300 as we have subsidised the cost for student participants and recognise that the value you take from the course will be different from what students get from the experience.

You can request an invoice to be paid for all sessions, including the Innovation sessions currently on Eventbrite.

Do get in touch if you would like to find out more about the training or enquire about paid spaces for your students.

If you would like to attend these sessions as a staff development opportunity (or are interested in a one-off session in our curriculum), you are also welcome to pay for a space and attend, simply get in touch to enquire at info@studenthubs.org.

Other training and project support

Student Hubs has been busy recently booking in training for students, staff and Student Unions in the autumn term. Conversations have included about our employability training, skill development training (e.g. project management, leadership, teamwork) and sustainability support, so if you are interested in what we could deliver for your students this term, do get in touch.

We have also recently wrapped up two fantastic summer projects, including delivering our sustainability training programme, Engage for Change, with the Open University’s students, and delivering community engagement and knowledge exchange events and activities with Leeds Conservatoire (blog to come soon).

If you think your institution would be interested in working with us as part of a shorter term project (3-12 months) outside of our usual Hub model, do get in touch with our Partnerships and Development Director, Fiona Walsh at fiona.walsh@studenthubs.org to find out more about how we could support your organisation or university.

Fiona Walsh

Fiona is Student Hubs' Partnerships and Development Director. She leads on university sales, alumni and corporate fundraising, marketing strategy and external relations. Fiona started her social action journey as a student volunteer with Southampton Hub.

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