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Represent FE on Zone Committees

Thursday 06-10-2016 - 16:24

We recently announced the Zone Conferences, which will take place in Stratford-Upon-Avon on the 25-27 October. This is your chance to be a voice for FE on a National level and shape the work of NUS.

FE unions can send delegates to all zones, but to help reduce cost we have ensured that places for each zone committee are elected at the Further Education Zone and Higher Education Zone Conferences. This means the delegates of FE Unions are able participate in all the elections for FE reserved places which will be taking place on the morning of Day 2 of the FE Zone Conference. 

Tuesday 25 - Wednesday 26 October: Further Education Zone and Higher Education Zone Conferences

Wednesday 26 - Thursday 27 October: Society & Citizenship Zone, Union Development Zone and Welfare Zone Conferences

 

Positions available reserved for FE

Want to work on key issues that FE students are facing?

Stand to be one of the 8 members of FE Zone committee. You’ll deal with issues that affect the study and development of students in FE and ensure that the zone delivers on its priorities for the year. 50% of these places are reserved for women.

Want to be a voice for FE at National Executive Council?

Put yourself forward for election to be the FE Zone member on the National Executive Council (NEC). NEC is the main scrutiny and accountability body for NUS officers and acts as an interim policymaking body between meetings of National Conference. You’ll be a member of the FE zone committee and go to NEC to represent and support the Zone.

Interested in student wellbeing, effective representation and support, or student relationships with wider society?

Stand to be a member of the Welfare, Union Development or Society and Citizenship Zone Committees. There are 2 places for FE on each of these committees, 50% of which are reserved for women.

Any student or officer can stand for election to these positions. Further Information about Standing is on the Conference Hub.

 

   

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