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OB Training

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SRC Student On-boarding

ALL SRC student Office Bearers, DSP's and Honi Soit Editors need to complete the onboarding form. It covers Work, Health & Safety, swipe card access and Adobe account upgrades for paid OB's. Refer to the Induction Handbook below where needed.

Please note: You will also need to complete the forms training below before receiving your SRC Swipe Card

Onboarding Form


SRC Admin Forms Training Module

complete the following SRC Admin Forms Training Module so that you are aware of the process and requirements to access SRC resources. Refer to the SRC Induction Handbook above where needed.

Please note: you will need to complete this before receiving your SRC Swipe Card

Form Training Module


Guides for SRC Student Representatives

Induction Handbook

The SRC Induction handbook is your essential guide to all SRC procedures

Induction Handbook PDF

Committees Guide

All SRC Representatives sitting on University committees should read the following guide

Committees Guide


Introductory Videos for SRC Representatives

Please watch the following introductory videos


Key Training and Induction Sessions - complete for 2022

  1. Honi Soit Editor Publications Training (All Honi Soit Editors) - Tuesday 8/11/2022, 10am–2pm, SRC Office - REGISTER HERE
  2. Media Law Training (Honi Soit Editors, DSP's, President, Vice President) - Thursday 10/11/2022, 10am–12pm, in-person (New Law Seminar Room 344)- REGISTER HERE
  3. General SRC Induction (All SRC OB's, DSPs, Editors & Activists) - Wednesday 29/11/2022, 10am–3pm, Room & Zoom link TBC
  4. Handbook Editor Training (Education, Women's, General Secretary) - Monday 28/11/2022, 10am–2pm, SRC Office - REGISTER HERE
  5. Activist Media and Graphics workshops (All OB's and Collective members) - Dates to TBC in Dec/Jan, SRC Office

 Other important key dates and deadlines are listed in the last pages of the 2023 SRC Induction Handbook:

Have a look at your representation

Departments

  • Autonomous Collective Against Racism (ACAR)

    ACAR is an autonomous space that organises around issues relating to people of colour, in activist and educational ways from a student perspective.

    Category
    Autonomous Collective Against Racism (ACAR)
  • Disabilities Collective and Caregivers Network

    The University of Sydney Disabilities Collective is an autonomous collective of the University of Sydney Students' Representative Council (SRC).

    Category
    Disabilities Collective and Caregivers Network
  • Education Action Group (EAG)

    The Sydney University Education Action Group (EAG) campaigns on education issues including fighting for free education and stopping course cuts.

    Category
    Education Action Group (EAG)
  • Enviro Collective

    The Enviro Collective, is an SRC collective fighting for environmental and social issues, on and off campus.

    Category
    Enviro Collective
  • First Nations Department

    The Indigenous Collective is an autonomous organising space for students identifying as First Nations, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identities.

    Category
    First Nations Department
  • Global Solidarity
    Category
    Global Solidarity
  • Intercampus
    Category
    Intercampus
  • Interfaith
    Category
    Interfaith
  • International Students Collective

    The International Students' Collective (ISC) is an SRC Collective that exists to represent and orgaanise around the interests of international students.

    Category
    International Students Collective
  • Mature age students
    Category
    Mature age students
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