How can you fulfil your potential, get the most out of your daily interactions and ensure that your career is on track? During our sessions you can take time out to explore how you can make the most of your personal style, skills and experiences to make the right development path for you.
Our Future Leaders Programmes is a series of sessions aimed at colleagues with both the potential and ambition to take their first step into a management role.
The programme consists of 4 half-day sessions run across the year, focused on developing leadership knowledge and skills.
Find out more about our Future Leaders Programme on our Leadership Programmes webpage.
An effective PDR is a way of ensuring that colleagues' performance is linked to our University’s strategic objections, as well as giving them a clear purpose, with related goals for the year ahead.
Take a look at our Performance and Development Review webpage for advice and guidance on how to make the most out of PDR conversations.
People Development Online is our university’s online training system, which offers a variety of modules to assist you in your role.
In addition to the training library of available courses, all colleagues are automatically enrolled onto a number of essential courses -
- Data Protection
- Equality and Diversity
- H&S Essentials Information
- Security Awareness
- Prevent Duty Awareness
Other courses, such as DSE Training and Assessment and Countering Fraud and Anti-Bribery, may be required, dependent on your role and an individual needs assessment. More information on essential training can be found in our Training Matrix.
Our institutional completion rates for compliance related training are reviewed regularly via our Audit Committee, which oversees the processes in place to protect the University’s information and the use of its funds, and colleagues in Health and Safety. It is therefore important that colleagues complete the training they are automatically enrolled on as soon as possible.