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As the agricultural industry moves towards net zero it is clear there will be an increase in the utilisation of electric systems.

Student Union

The Windsor Forest Colleges Group supports students to be successful and we work hard to listen to student views about their experiences. We always encourage feedback. One of the ways we do that is through our Student Parliaments, Liaison Committees and Student Union. Most College tutor or curriculum groups have an elected group representative.

These reps make up the Student Parliament and are responsible for representing the views of their class on a range of topics including teaching and learning, campus services and college life. The Course Reps also attend regular meetings to discuss their feedback and ideas with the College’s senior management team.

Your student experience

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  • Trips related to your course
  • Work placements or work experience
  • Raising funds for charity as part of the Student Union
  • Representing your class as a tutor or course rep

Discover student benefits

Free Wi-Fi

You have access to free Wi-Fi at all our colleges. You can get online anywhere within the colleges on any Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices. For details, please visit the Reception Desk in Student Services.

Free access to iPads

Would you like to use an iPad, tablet or other state-of-the-art learning technology for your studies? Please visit the Learning Centre at our Langley, Strode’s or Windsor for more details.


The Student Union Executive has a number of elected representatives. Their job is to lead projects and awareness-raising activities requested by our students. This includes fundraising, organising social events and introducing new services or policies.

In addition to the Student Union Executive and Parliaments, there are positions for students on our Board of Governors for each individual College, where you could represent your peers at the highest level. Being a student governor does involve a lot of responsibility and time, but it’s a great experience and you’ll learn new skills that can’t be easily gained elsewhere.