Student Voice | Walsall College

Student Voice

Your views are important to us and make a real difference to the way Walsall College operates.

There are seven ways to have your say, so share your views and make a difference:

  1. Course representative meetings
  2. Student focus groups and meetings with the Principal
  3. Student surveys
  4. Compliments and complaints
  5. Student voice site “tell us what you think”
  6. Lead course representatives
  7. Elected student governors

Student Conference

We hold student conferences for Further Education (FE) and for Higher Education (HE) students every year. They bring together course representatives, college senior management and governors together to discuss important issues and proposals for future changes.  We also use this as an opportunity for students to actually shape things outside the college for example in their local community helping service providers to solve problems, working with employers to look at skill development  and for HE students, working with employers and  awarding bodies to shape curriculum development. The views of students are always taken seriously and listening and responding to them has been a big part in helping us to achieve our outstanding status and will help Walsall develop as a thriving community. 

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