University taster days

Taster days are designed for students who are thinking about studying at the University of Worcester
Students socialise in a coffee shop

We offer a range of taster days from subject specific days to general university life taster days, with an emphasis on what to expect from the University of Worcester.

Top tips for your students who are attending a Taster Day

  • Students don’t have to be an expert or have any prior experience in the subject     
  • Students can state that they have attended a taster day in their personal statement, this is a great way to show they have researched the university in more detail      
  • The students are able visit the campus and learn more about what we have to offer       
  • Remind them to bring a packed lunch or money to spend at the cafes on campus

Booking

If you would like to book on to a university Taster Day, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page or visit the booking page here.  

Details of future events will be posted on this page as soon as they become available.

 

Leading Culture Change in Safeguarding PG Cert

Virtual taster events, Autumn 2021

Leading Culture Change in Safeguarding PG Cert intentionally brings together practitioners, academics and others who are interested in making change and becoming change-makers in safeguarding practice. The course recognises you’re a busy professional and understands that your time and energy is limited. Its unique teaching and assessment design enables you to build a portfolio of leading cultures of continuous learning and safeguarding vigilance whilst also balancing work, life and study.

The events will take place on Wednesday 29 SeptemberMonday 11 October, Tuesday 16 November and Thursday 16 December.  

You will share ideas and expertise and concerns with others in order to generate the energy necessary to effect culture change. You will enjoy a dynamic learning environment for current and aspiring leaders in children’s and adult safeguarding practice, including statutory and non-statutory services in health, justice, education, sport and community sectors. 

In these one-hour taster events, course leader Stuart Gallagher will explain the course’s vision, its purpose and philosophy. You’ll also have an opportunity to experience a taster of the course’s learning experience.

You can book your place

Time

Activity

0-15 mins

Introductions and setting the scene

16-30 mins

Leading Culture Change in Safeguarding

● Why learn about it?

● How do we lead it?

● Why does this matter now?

31-45 mins

Q+A with attendees

46-55 mins

The application process

56-60 mins

Thanks and farewells

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