I am a second-year graduate student working in the data analysis group at Glasgow University, UK. Active member of the Compact Binary Coalescence Parameter Estimation Group and the GRB group. As LAAC Graduate Student Representative I would like to focus on one main point: documentation and tutorials production for a better transmission of knowledges. The LSC collaboration owns an immense pool of resources: theoretical knowledge, experimental knowledge, softwares. I will focus on encouraging all the working groups in the production of tutorials based on the example and effort pushed forward by the parameter group https://git.ligo.org/pe/tutorials . Producing tutorials should be taken a key part of our collaboration for many reasons. Provide a clear and well-set collection of resources would help in: -Speeding up and make smoother the training for new members. Which will also result in more people ready to help during the observing runs. -Keeping the momentum in improving the (already good) interaction between working groups. Learning how to deliver and process information to and from an audience with different expertise helps in understanding and respecting the different challenges our sub-groups face. Providing a much supportive environment. -Building transparency for the outside communities. In fact, internal documentation can easily turn in publications (see for example as for E. Thrane and C. Talbot https://arxiv.org/abs/1809.02293), with the double effect of making more accessible our methods and potentially enhancing the interest of the outside community. The LSC is a unique example collaboration many scientists committed to providing mentoring and support. It is a perfect opportunity to build a solid educational base for the next generations of GW astronomers.