PASS Facilitators


PASS Facilitator Alumni Stories

Joseph P Gloria PGrant M
Tejni KJacob CSarah T
Torie CLi Ching OMichael J

How to become a PASS Facilitator

PASS facilitators are students who demonstrate an excellent understanding of their studies and who have strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Eligibility

To be considered as a PASS facilitator you must:

  • Have achieved at least a distinction in the unit (or very similar unit) you wish to facilitate
  • Commit to running at least one PASS session weekly for the entire teaching session

Benefits of being a PASS Facilitator

  • Enhanced knowledge of subject material
  • Improved communication and public speaking skills
  • Opportunity to network with professional and academic staff
  • Development of leadership and teamwork skills
  • Working with a team of like-minded peers and contributing to the Western Sydney University community
  • Ongoing professional development

Many previous PASS facilitators comment that their experience with PASS was invaluable on their resumes and looked on favourably by prospective employers.

"PASS has been an absolute asset in my search for a graduate position after University, to the extent that I feel the presence of facilitation and mentoring on my resume has given me the edge over other candidates in actually getting to the interview stage." Jacob Crane – PASS Facilitator and Mentor, 2015.

Benefits of being a PASSOnline Facilitator

  • Develop online facilitation skills
  • Enhanced knowledge of subject material and techniques for online delivery of content
  • Develop confidence in communicating effectively online
  • Opportunity to network with professional and academic staff
  • Development of leadership and teamwork skills
  • Working with a team of like-minded peers and contributing to the Western Sydney University community
  • Ongoing professional development