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Buddy Scheme Training. Jules Pringle Volunteering Development Coordinator. Purpose of the session. By the end of the session, you will be able to: Get to know each other Understand the Buddy Scheme Understand your role Effectively support and signpost international students

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Buddy scheme training

Buddy Scheme Training

Jules Pringle

Volunteering Development

Coordinator


Purpose of the session

Purpose of the session

By the end of the session, you will be able to:

  • Get to know each other

  • Understand the Buddy Scheme

  • Understand your role

  • Effectively support and signpost international students

  • Identify what to do if a student becomes disengaged


Ice breaker

Ice Breaker

Personal Shields

  • Name

  • Why you want to be a Buddy

  • Skills you can bring to the team/role

  • Facts about yourself

  • Favourite or Personal Quote


The buddy scheme

The Buddy Scheme

Where it began

Started in September 2012/2013 with a pilot scheme in NBS and SoST and was rolled out across the University in 2013/2014.

  • 1st Year – 6 Buddies, 33 students

  • 2nd Year – 20 Buddies, 100 Students

    Excellent Quality

    89% of students would recommend the scheme to a friend

    88% of students were satisfied with their buddy match


Committee

Committee

Student-led

The firstproject committee is now in place:

Project Leader – Gregory Vaughan

Project Administrator – Tobi Adeneye

Project Treasurer – Manthan Shah

Events Coordinator – Mel Sibanda


Goal 2014 2015

Goal: 2014-2015

Our goal is to:

  • Recruit 30 Buddy Mentors (almost half way there!)

  • Support 100 Students

  • Achieve 90% Satisfaction

  • Assign based on interests and hobbies (where possible).


Funding

Funding

This year there is a small pot of funding available to:

  • Cook with your students

  • Socialising the British way e.g go for a coffee in town

    You can apply through the Buddy Scheme Committee


Exercise 2 mentoring

Exercise 2: Mentoring

What does mentoring mean to you?


Mentoring

Mentoring

What does mentoring mean to you?


Mentoring1

Mentoring

We don’t accomplish anything in this world alone . . . and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one’s life and all the weavingsof individual threads from one to another that creates something.

—Justice Sandra Day O’Connor


Exercise 3 reflection

Exercise 3: Reflection

In small groups:

Reflect on your first time at University and how mentoring could have helped you.


Your role

Your Role

  • Assigned approximately 3 students

  • Meet with each student weekly

    • Log your students concerns/issues – trends

    • Log any advice or support you give them and whether they took it.

  • Attend group socials with your students – organised by committee with input & suggestions from Buddies and students.


Expectations

Expectations

  • Be reliable for your students.

  • Establish an agreement in your first 1-2-1s with students.

    • Engagement

    • Communication

  • Attend a 1-2-1 with staff in first month

  • Monthly report

  • Tell someone if you have any issues!

  • Support the evaluation (April/May)


Support available

Support Available

Jules Pringle

Volunteering Development Coordinator

&

Buddy Scheme Committee


Exercise 4 services available

Exercise 4: Services Available

What support services on campus can you signpost students to?


Services

Services

Residential Life

Chaplaincy

Library

International Student Support (ISS)

ASSIST

Visa Team

Financial Guidance

Academic English Support

Accommodation

CfAP

Mental Health & Counselling

Career Service

UniTemps


Exercise 5 case studies

Exercise 5: Case Studies

In Pairs……


Questions

Questions


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