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The Student-Staff Liaison Committee or SSLC provides a link between the student body and the College staff. The existence of the SSLC permits a discussion on issues that do not fit within the stricter remit of the Academic Board. We value this formal method of communication between students and staff and at all times appreciate the feedback of students. The SSLC will meet once a semester and will be a student led discussion. Providing an opportunity for students to discuss teaching, learning and student support in an open manner, the SSLC is a vital channel of communication. The College will consult with the SSLC on any proposals to make changes to courses.
The College recognises it as the responsibility of the Student Representatives to gather feedback from the class groups they are representing, in order to engage in constructive and worthwhile discussions. In turn, they then expect the outcome of these discussions to be reported back to their fellow students. The ultimate objective of the SSLC is to work with their departments to find solutions to any problems that they encounter.
Student Representatives are elected democratically by each class group. In a ballot, organised by the Head of Academics, or academic support staff, each group will nominate their representative. The decision of the class is normally indicated by a show of hands.
This ballot is conducted in the first few weeks of the course, or in the case of a 12 week course, it is conducted in the first week. In the event that there are no candidates for the position of Student Representative, the Programme Leader will inform the Student Representation Organiser.
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