PASS is a co-curricular activity which runs in areas of the University alongside Level 7/1st Year of some programs. PASS leaders from higher years facilitate the learning of L7 students in timetables classes.
The student will have worked as a Leader in Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS). In completing this they have completed an intensive 2 day training course, worked in a team to prepare classes for first year students, and facilitated junior students’ learning in timetabled, co-curricular classes over at least one trimester.
In achieving this Award the student has demonstrated professionalism, facilitation skills, team work, and has developed their self-efficacy.
- Attendance on training (one half-day before summer, and 1 ½ days in weeks 1 and 2) is recorded by trainer
- Student is assigned PASS sessions for 1 Term and leads these
- Students attend end-of-trimester debrief session and reflect on their experiences, suggesting good practice to be implemented in following sessions
The training for Psychology students is delivered by Dr. Graham Scott, a qualified PASS leader who has been trained by the PASS/SI (Peer Assisted Study Sessions/Supplemental Instruction) Centre, Lund University, Sweden
Contact the Student Engagement Team (email@example.com) if you are from another programme and are interested in getting involved in the PASS scheme.
To find out more please contact Graham Scott (Psychology) at firstname.lastname@example.org