This page is your one stop shop for everything you need to be a Liberation Officer.
While everything you need should be, please do pop into the office, organise a meeting with the Liberation and Campaigns Coordinator or drop the team a message if you need any extra support
Adding resources to the resource section of your network's page
If you have a resource you would like to be included in the 'Resources' section of your Liberation Network's webpage then just add the detials to the form and the team will add it for you.
Adding resources to the Allyship Hub
We would love to update the resources on the Allyship Hub frequently os if you have any resources you think allies should read/listen to/watch etc then complete this form and we will look at getting them added.
Accessing your Network emails
As a Liberation Officer, you have an email address linked to your role this means you are able to seperate your Officer emails from your students ones. You will also be able to send emails to your members from this account as well to keep them in the loop on what you are working on.
Using social media (guide coming soon)
Using social media is great way to shout about the work you are doing and also sharing anything external that is happening too. This guide has been developed by the SUBU Comms team to help you make the most of your Network Instagram account.
You have a linktree in the bio of your Network Instagram account where you can add links to anything you might want to redirect students to.
Canva is a really easy to use graphic design website which you can use to create content for your Network on. Your Network canva account is part of the SUBU team so you will have access to Canva Pro features.
Event checklist (coming soon)
Planning an event for your community? We've put together this checklist to guide you through everything you need to do to plan and run your event.
How to complete a risk assessment (guide coming soon)
All events require a risk assessment to help make sure that all precautions are taken to ensure it is safe. This guide will guide you through BU's risk assessment process in detail.
Risk assessment form
A risk assessment is a simple and careful examination of what could cause harm to individuals. Risk assessments will need to be completed before rooms can be booked for events and gatherings.
Room booking form
This is the BU form for booking seminar rooms, lecture theatres and meeting rooms on campus. All room bookings will be sent via the Democracy & Campaigns team to ensure that an appropriate risk assessment has been completed and approved.
SUBU space booking form
As well as booking seminar rooms and lecture theatres, as a SUBU representative you are able to book a number of SUBU space including a table in the student centre or ourside the SUBU shop or the 5th floor of the Student Centre.
SISO is the system for booking some of the equipment that SUBU has such as iPads, Sum Up card readers and speakers. If you need any of this for an event it will have to be booked out through the system and then can be collected from SUBU reception.
How to add an event to the What's On page (guide coming soon)
Adding events to the What's On page is a great way to let students know what you have happening that they can come along to or get involved with. This guide will show you the steps to follow to add it to the page as well as selling tickets.
Liberation Officer Rewards Ladder (coming soon)
This ladder is a reward scheme for you to be recognised for the work you are doing as a Liberation Officer.
Liberation Officer Rewards Form
Submit your work to be counted towards your progression on the Liberation Officer Reward Ladder via this form.
Being a Part-Time Officer is a voluntary role which means you can log your hours on SUBU's volunteering hub and recieve certificates for the number of hours you have done in the role.
Graduate Skills+ Programme
Graduate Skills+ Programme is a structured approach to your career development and helps to build confidence in the personal and professional skills that employers are looking for and how to apply them to a job, placement or graduate position. You can use your time as a Part-Time Officer towards the scheme.
Payment Requisitions (coming soon)
While we hope this won't happen frequently, there may be time where you need to use your own money to buy things for events or for your nNetwork in general. If you do then just fill in this form and send it to the Democracy & Campaigns inbox for approval.
Executive Committee Agenda Items
The Executive Committee is your opportunity to bring up concerns, ideas or anything else with your fellow PTOs and FTOs. Use this form to submit any items you may want to add to the agenda.
Submit an idea
Policy at SUBU start as ideas from students. The Your Ideas platform is where you can submit your ideas for change at SUBU or BU as well as vote and comment on any ideas that are already there.