RMIT committee student representatives training
Represent your peers in one of the many RMIT committee
General committees of RMIT cover a range of non-program specific committees on which student representatives act on behalf of the students.
- Education Innovation and Quality Committee
- Student Experience Advisory Committee
- SEH College Board and Academic Development Committee
- College of Business Academic Development Committee
- Business College Board
- Graduate Research Committee
- CSIT Research committee
- DSC HDR sub-committee
- Intellectual Property committee
If you would like further information about any of the above committees, please contact them directly. To become a general committee representative you will need to follow the nomination process specific to each committee.
As a general committee representative you will have the opportunity to actively participate in meetings and represent the student body in key strategic plans.
To make the most of your experience and learn how to advocate effectively for students, general committee representatives receive access to free training and recognition for their participation through RMIT LEAD. General committee training is a two hour session which helps representatives:
- learn committee meeting protocol
- develop leadership qualities
- enhance communication and interpersonal skills
Eligible students who attend training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition on their academic transcript.
As a student representative on a general committee, you can attend a training session by RMIT LEAD. Training is held at the start of Semester 1 and Semester 2; when training is available you can book in via CareerHub.
The training is a free two-hour session designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge you will need to fulfill your role as a general committee representative and expand your employability skills.
For further information please email email@example.com.