Elements of an effective SRC
Reps develop there skills in key areas that support them in becoming a strong and effective representative such as communication, advocacy, organisation & representation.
All students have a voice and are listened to.
3. Responsible and trusted
Student reps accurately and respectfully represent the voice of their peers, even when they may not necessarily agree with them.
Students partner with the institute and each other in decision making in order to achieve a common goal.
Mutual respect is established between students, reps, staff and other members of the Holmesglen community.
Student reps are committed to their role and care for the wellbeing and inclusion of all students.
Student reps and their peers reflect on the student association positively and deliver successful outcomes.
From time to time, it's also important that you evaluate how effective the SRC is. Attached is a matrix that can help you to determine how effective the SRC is and where it is currently ineffective.