Before you start your journey as a GOAT member, you begin by receiving essential training where you meet other members of the team and learn face-to-face research skills to be able to go out in pairs and collect student opinions on a set question.
For each project we ask that you complete 2 hours of data collection over two weeks. Projects last for 4 weeks so there's other optional tasks to get involved with beyond data collection such as getting involved with the analysis, report-writing and presenting to a BU Committee.
We will offer more in-depth training on data analysis, producing research reports and presentation skills to any GOAT member that wants to get more involved with all aspects of the research project.
Becoming a GOAT Champion is a unique and fantastic opportunity to develop skills in:
- Confidence in communication
- Clarity in expressing thoughts or ideas
- Analytical skills
- Report writing
- Presentation skills
Plus you get access to the SUBU Leadership Award with a number of workshops available offering personal and professional development as a leader.
How can I get involved?
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SUBU Debates offers a unique opportunity to all students (that's you) to express their opinions on a wide variety of often controversial topics. Debates are led by a student debate champion host, who balances audience discussions with contributions from guest speakers.
The Debate Champions are a team dedicated to organising, running and finding speakers for each Debate. Each Champion is trained and they have regular meetings to keep everything running smoothly.
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