The Ulster University Law Clinic/Social Justice @ Magee, provides student led pro bono advice and assistance in the area of employment law. This programme provides students with key employability knowledge which will enable them to provide initial advice on employment law related problems, on a day-to-day basis. employment law. (Open to Law and Social Work students)
First year students undertaking this activity will address a number of graduate qualities across four constructs with a view to developing in these areas whilst undertaking their first practice learning experience.
This activity will involve workshops developing skills and awareness of residential accommodation, health and safety and conflict mediation/resolution.
This activity will help Law students gain invaluable experience and insights. Participants will understand and articulate the aims and functions of the area of law under consideration.
A student will be tasked with providing desk research, essentially a literature review of relevant, pertinent, academic peer-reviewed material for Family Mediation NI, to assist them in their future development and progress.
Open to Social Work students, this mentoring initiative benefits the student, as it affords essential life and career experience in a relevant field thereby enhancing knowledge and experiential learning and improving future learning and career opportunities.
The PACT Project is an innovative training programme where individual female participants will undertake a bespoke course that tackles conflict resolution, personal effectiveness in communication, understanding equality and diversity, communities, citizenship and leadership.
Riverside Youth Theatre Assistants are responsible for supporting a positive, safe and encouraging environment for children and young people to develop and flourish creatively. This position is suited to an enthusiastic person with a demonstrable interest in working with children & young people.
Year 2 and Year 3 communication and counselling students will provide mentoring for year 1 students to facilitate the integration of year 1 students into university life.
Tutoring in Schools (TIS) is a widening access and participation programme that places Ulster University students in targeted primary, secondary or special needs schools within Northern Ireland to undertake a school-identified project. It provides students, as an Ulster University ambassador, with a placement opportunity to work on a school-based project, enhancing the student experience and supporting development of a wider personal professional skill set, including self-confidence, communication and transferable skills, as well as giving something back to the local community.
Student completes a National Governing Body Coaching Qualification which is at a level that allows student to coach independently. This must be from a National Governing Body of Sport which is affiliated to either Sport Northern Ireland or the Irish Sports Council.