After the success of last year’s workshop series, we’re delighted to launch our new programme of Uni Skills workshops!
This series of 1-hour workshops will cover a range of essential topics such as starting your research, assignment planning, academic writing and dissertations. Our dedicated team of skills advisors will help you to develop a successful approach to writing University assignments and help you to improve on a range of academic skills.
The series is aimed at all students no matter what your year of study and no matter what
your course – we believe there’s something in it for everyone!
We wanted to hold our sessions in the library to support students in their daily learning environment, so nearly all of our workshops are held in the University library at the very heart of the Ormskirk campus.
Please visit www.ehu.ac.uk/uniskills to view the full timetable.
We understand that one of the most important factors to be successful at University is your wellbeing and for that reason we are delighted to introduce wellbeing sessions to our programme this year. Working collaboratively with the Counselling and Wellbeing Team in Student Services, these sessions will focus on putting you first to enhance your emotional wellbeing at University.
- Stop putting things off and start getting things done!
(Recommended for those who find themselves procrastinating and delaying that one assignment you just want to start or finish!)
- Think positive. Feel positive. Study positive
(Recommended for those who want to improve their confidence, problem solving abilities and emotional wellbeing)
Look out for our wellbeing sessions on the programme and find further information on our booking page!
Don’t forget – booking information!
You can sign up to attend any of these workshops via our Uni Skills webpages. Booking for each session will open 2 weeks in advance so keep checking back to book your place!
For more information about the range of support we provide to develop your skills whilst at University, please contact the ASK desk, 1st floor University library, Ormskirk, or simply ask us online.