Henny Green - welfare officer

Hey, I’m Henny, your Welfare Officer for 2017/2018! I’m here to support you through your journey at university and look after your health, wellbeing and happiness. If you have any personal concerns, study worries, or simply just want to chat then drop me an email or come find me at the Guild. There’s a whole range of support available, and I can help point you in the right direction to the right professional service, should you need it. I want you to get the best out of University life, so please let me know if there is something which is stopping this :-)

Henny Green - Welfare Officer 2017-18

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My Manifesto

Henny Green - Welfare Officer 2017-18 Manifesto

Officer Action Plan - Progress Reports

The below outlines progress against key points in my Officer Action Plan. Click each heading to collapse / view progress updates. If you have any questions regarding these, I'd be happy to discuss. Please feel free to get in touch using the 'Contact Me' section above.

Progress Status

5% Complete
  • Spoken to Education Officer about rep training.Autumn 2017
  • Spoken to current societies that have a buddy system.Autumn 2017
  • Waiting for new rep coordinator to discuss current systemAutumn 2017

Progress Status

100% Complete
  • Talked to C&M about the blogAutumn 2017
  • First blog published on the 30th OctAutumn 2017
  • Planning next blogAutumn 2017

Progress Status

100% Complete
  • Contacted Umbrella sexual health service. Chlamydia self-testing kits handed out from the guild on a monthly basis, every 3rd Wednesday of the month. Also planning to include sexual health testing as part of mine and Helena's I heart me campaign in march. March 2018

Progress Status

70% Complete
  • Meetings with the welfare tutors at each school and department.Going to hand out support booklets to the tutors (next step). Looking at the training welfare tutors receive and making sure that there is a guild involvement. I keep pushing for more resources and funding in meetings with student services, and additional funding is going to be put in for next academic year along with the possibility of having a financial advisor. March 2018

Progress Status

25% Complete
  • Meetings with community and welfare managerAutumn 2017
  • Meetings with community safety group.Autumn 2017
  • Meeting with director of support and development.Autumn 2017
  • Looking to promote ‘walking home safe’ apps.Autumn 2017
  • Police patrols are increasing on Guild night time events. Autumn 2017
  • Next step is to plan a campaign around walking home alone. Autumn 2017

Progress Status

50% Complete
  • Started conversation with maintenance. Looking into cost and number of signs. Also, need to work out a schedule for week of events and type of signs used. E.g. Signs for black history month, disability month etc. Toilet door signs are being ordered for the bottom underground. Next step is to design the posters for the signs. March 2018

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