Peer Support Networks

 

Peer Mentors Network

The network is for student Peer Mentors from Peer Support Programmes across the institution to support you in your role, allow you to exchange ideas and best practice, network with each other, meet up and discuss any aspect of Peer Support.

 

Peer Programme Organisers Network

The Peer Programme Organisers network is a group for those who currently have or are in the process of setting up a peer programme. Hence this group consists of academic and professional staff as well as PG & UG students. The group meets once per term to discuss all aspects of peer programmes including sharing good practice, discussing processes, policies and procedures, considering solutions to issues, identifying possible funding opportunities, etc.

For further information about these networks or to join the network please contact the Academic Skills and Student Engagement Team.

 

Regional, National and International Peer Learning Networks

The University of Exeter is an active member of the Academic Peer Learning Leadership Group and the South-West Peer Support Network.  We also give students the opportunity to attend Peer Learning conferences such as the national PASS/PAL Conference and the regional South West Peer Support Conference. These conferences offer a fantastic programme of developmental workshops, speakers and opportunities to share practice and experience.

 

Peer Support Networks Officer

The Peer Support Networks Officer is a Guild position supporting Peer Support across the University. For further information about the support available from the Peer Support Networks Officer, please visit the Guild's pages: www.exeterguild.org/