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The Students' Union offers a broad range of skills & training workshops from first aid to leadership! We'll also help you reflect on your experiences through the Hallam Award for your C.V.

"Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you" - Robin Sharma

Say hello to your Skills and Training team!

We are Skills, Development and Employment! Click on the video to meet the team and hear a bit about what we do...

 

 

We focus on personal development and helping students realise their potential. We deliver training on topics such as effective teamwork, time management, public speaking, building confidence.

You can also book a 1-2-1 coaching session. These sessions offer an opportunity to focus on:

  • Discussing areas for development e.g. building confidence, conflict resolution, leadership skills
  • How to make the first step, or the next step on your development path
  • Identifying training needs
  • Identifying your values and motivations
  • How to get the most out of your SU Officer experience, and beyond!

We also organise a 3-day leadership programme for our student leaders - find out more here. 

We arrange several engaging and insightful talks and workshops through our ‘Be Inspired’ programme so please come back soon to hear our exciting plans for this year!

So, if you are wanting to get more out of your University experience and focus on your own personal development, this is the team to contact!

If you would like to be the first to hear about opportunities please sign up to our mailing list by emailing us: skillstraining@shu.ac.uk

If the information above sounds appealing to you, make sure you book an appointment to chat with us via Zoom or in person. Please note ALL in-person meetings must be pre-booked. You can do this by clicking the button below. 

Hallam Award

The Hallam Award is a personal development programme that helps you make the most of your time here at Hallam. The Award gives you recognition for the extra things you do outside of your course e.g. work, volunteering, student societies, course rep, sports, caring responsibilities, other interests. To find out how you can get involved click here.