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Transcript of SU Training
What makes you beautiful?
-Where you’re from
-Interesting fact about you
-What you’re excited about
-What you’re worried about
-What you’d like to learn about
-Your rule for training
-Something you’d like to achieve as an officer
-Your dream job
10 minute prep and 2 minute speech
Canterbury College SU
Mo' money Mo' problems
Can't Hold Us..
So we are going to plan some of your key goals for next year
Time to put it all into practice
On a mission......
Pick 3 cards to describe your experience of College
By the end of the 2 days you will:
-Know your exec team
-Know what the SU was, is and can be
-Know why the college is the way it is
-Know what the NUS is?
-Agree on some ideas/aims for the Students' Union this year
-Be able to confidently answer "What is the Students' Union"
We are going to hand the budget over to you.
NEC Block of 15, Nations, Liberation and Sections
Now you’re going to spend the next 15 minutes presenting your speeches to the group and hearing everyone's feedback….
Using the different examples and techniques you’ve already seen, spend the next 15 minutes writing a 1 minute speech on the Students' Union
Don’t overpower your audience – no more than 3 linking messages
Look at your audience, or at the tops of their heads
Don’t take yourself to seriously
Say the same thing but in different ways to get your message across
Don’t speak for too long
Ask rhetorical questions
Relax and breath – it’s your stage so set the tone and pace
Be Yourself – your audience can tell if you’re not comfortable and they want you to succeed
What Would Ewan Do?
Engage Your Audience
Practise, Practice & Practice
What Would Alistair do? – Persuasive Speaking
Have belief in what you’re saying
Get out your key points and objectives- build your speech around these
Define your central argument
Be aware you’ll not get every on your side, but you may make them think of something new/different
Watch the next video and note down what techniques and themes you
notice that work well……
Choose one of your priorities and write a scope
Now team up and swap scopes and see how you could improve upon it
What do you want to achieve, as a group and individually?
The Big Budget Challenge
Individually you will need to read the instructions and construct your own financial priorities
Now in 2 groups you will need to take your plans and merge then into one that is agreed by all 4 of your.
Finally you will come together as the executive team and produce one budget to please all, good luck!
"A complaint is just a
badly worded desire...
learn the language
Why are you here?
Buzzword Bingo refresher
Number of Officers
Aims of Union
That's why we have a Constitution
Competing roles exercise