Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

Select here for the first principle.

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Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

  1. Record in line with university policy

Select here for the second principle.

Five-pointed star

Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

  1. Record in line with university policy
  2. Be accurate

Select here for the third principle.

Five-pointed star

Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

  1. Record in line with university policy
  2. Be accurate
  3. Never record your personal views

Select here for the fourth principle.

Five-pointed star

Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

  1. Record in line with university policy
  2. Be accurate
  3. Never record your personal views
  4. Only record what is needed, never record more than is necessary

Select here for the fifth and final principle.

Five-pointed star

Let’s now think about how we make a note of the contact we have had with the student. Depending on your role within the university, you will find that there are different ways for recording our contacts with student when supporting them.

When making a note of any contact, the five key principles to remember are:

  1. Record in line with university policy
  2. Be accurate
  3. Never record your personal views
  4. Only record what is needed, never record more than is necessary
  5. Store securely
Five-pointed star