Did you know that if you're a member then you can become a Student Representative?
The Student Representative Scheme
The scheme was introduced in February 2014 to actively engage with the student community and aims to promote and communicate the professional and accreditation standards of the discipline of Forensic Anthropology to students within the United Kingdom. The Role Description outlines the key responsibilities of being a Student Representative and sets out a number of expectations that Student Reps need to fulfil in order to be effective in their role. Furthermore, it aims to inform students wanting to become reps about expectations of the role and finally will act as a point of reference for current reps. It is not a formal contract; BAFA student reps are recruited on a voluntary basis and the role provides an opportunity to learn and practice new life skills that can improve future employability.
The Association values the opinion of students in the development and promotion of professional standards within the discipline of Forensic Anthropology in the United Kingdom. Student reps have an important role within this process and act as a point of contact for fellow students. They will promote professional standards and actively engage with fellow students to identify any concerns and questions they may have. In light of this we need enthusiastic student reps.
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