|A member of staff provided to a student whose role as an academic tutor is to–
(i) deliver a lecture or course, or
(ii) facilitate tutorials, workshops or practical support to the programme of learning.
Provision of a Welsh-speaking academic tutor is not a requirement under the Welsh Language Standards.
|A software application designed to undertake a specific task on an electronic device.
|A group of students sharing one or more statistical or demographic features (for example, students born in a particular year, all students or all third year students studying geography).
|For the most part, these should be treated as meetings. Please refer to FAQs for further information.
|This includes, amongst other things, the way a body presents itself by means of visual statements, the name or names used by a body, and a body’s branding and slogans (for example, branding and slogans printed on its stationery). Standard 87 does not apply to the extent that an enactment requires a body to use a legal name.
|ONLY APPLIES WHEN THESE ARE PUBLISHED FOR PUBLIC AND STUDENT USE.
- licences, permits, certificates;
- brochures, prospectuses, leaflets, pamphlets or cards;
- agendas, minutes and other papers which relate to Board or Council meetings or for public conferences and seminars;
- policies, strategies, annual reports and corporate plans;
- guidelines and codes of practice;
- consultation papers, rules, press statements (these must be published at the same time); and
- any other document not already list where the subject matter/anticipated audience suggests that in should be in Welsh.
|This means an enactment (whenever enacted or made) comprised in, or in an instrument made under—
(a) an Act of Parliament; or
(b) a Measure or an Act of the National Assembly for Wales.
|A member of the public or a student.
Activities that help to educate, develop new skills or improve existing skills and can include seminars, training sessions and taster sessions. These would include sports activities where a new skill is gained or improved e.g. swimming lessons and intensive holiday sports camps for schoolchildren e.g. hockey or athletics. (But not a regular fitness class led by an instructor). Also included are sessions to improve skills for the workplace (e.g. business skills session), after-school clubs (e.g. computing or coding skills), as well as taster days or sessions for young people or schools on Science, languages etc.
Learning opportunities do not include seminars or sessions that are offered as part of a course e.g. a seminar that forms part of a module or degree course. However a one-off or independent seminar on Anglo-Welsh literature which is offered to the public, is seen as a learning opportunity.
Learning opportunities do not include seminars or presentations associated with a performance or production. e.g. a touring theatre company offering a talk or workshop to schools before a performance.
|Member of staff
|An employee of a body or an individual working for a body (and “staff” must be construed accordingly)
|This means any notice that a body publishes, but it does not include notices prescribed by an enactment.
|These are to be treated as ‘events’ under the Standards. See FAQs for further guidance.
|A student or member of the public or somebody with a legal or corporate entity. For example, a colleague in another public sector organisation, director of a business or a member of the public.
|A member of staff allocated to a student whose main role as a personal tutor is to support the student in his/her learning or with other matters. The allocation of a personal tutor does not include providing the student with an academic tutor.
|An event for people who are not registered University students or staff. This can include members of the general public, schools, prospective students, students and staff from other Universities, and any other organisations outside of Swansea University (apart from anyone operating in an official public sector capacity). These Standards (34, 35, 36) do not apply to internal events aimed at staff and students.
|Any lecture that is open to the public and is broadly advertised.
|A meeting where any member of the public or student can attend.
|This means an area in a body’s offices and service locations where staff are made available for the purpose of welcoming persons.
|This means a service for welcoming persons to the body’s offices or service locations by staff who are made available for that purpose.
|All the University’s corporate and departmental Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube accounts. Departmental accounts are defined as the main account of the college or professional services unit (where relevant). See FAQs for further guidance.
|For the purposes of the Standards, this includes student intranet, virtual learning sites and learning portal sites.
|Are to be treated as ‘meetings’ under the standards. See FAQs for further guidance.