Archive for the ‘Training and development’ Category

Recruitment & selection for interview chairs/panel: 27 Feb

The legal responsibilities will be explained and put into the context of the University's Recruitment & Selection Code of Practice, particularly focusing on those responsibilities held by the panel chair.

Managing course changes for Tier 4 students: Tue 28 Mar

This course will cover the restrictions and requirements for students on Tier 4 visas wishing to change course (including adding a placement year).

New program helps women navigate the career ladder

Do women still need special support or encouragement to take on senior leadership roles?

Personality styles: understand yourself & others: Tue 7 Mar

This course is designed to enable you to understand your own style, that of others and to enable you to flex your style to communicate more effectively, both inside and outside of work.

Coaching conversations course for managers: 8 Mar

A course for managers, supervisors & team leaders who would benefit from using coaching conversations with individuals and teams within their roles, and who wish to increase their leadership and management of people.

Conflict management course for non-managers: Tue 21 Feb

This course is suitable for all staff who do not have line management responsibility.

Developing engaged curricula

Wed 8 Feb: A LITEbox workshop focussing on film as critical pedagogy - please register to attend

How to engage audiences with Justin Webb: Thu 2 Feb

Following his honorary degree from the University in 2015, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme presenter Justin Webb will be reflecting on his experiences in journalism and broadcasting to explore the interpersonal skills that are involved in engaging audiences.

AUA report: DVC Bernie Morley talks about Uni priorities

As part of a series of sessions with senior managers, organised by Bath Association of University Administrators, Professor Bernie Morley talked about his role and highlighted what he sees as the five key priorities for the University.

Customer service course for managers: Wed 22 Feb

This course aims to enable managers to support their teams in delivering an excellent service to their internal and external customers.

RCUK Energy Programme visit: Wed 22 Feb

RCUK Energy Programme are running a series of regional visits to share information with academics, researchers and research office personnel about the dynamic energy research landscape and discuss their future plans.

Meet Head of Theme, EPSRC Healthcare Technologies: 2 Feb

Learn more about the EPSRC's funding opportunities in the Healthcare Technologies theme and get useful hints and tips.

Need to improve your Excel skills?

Lots of opportunities for staff to learn more about Excel spreadsheets.

Process improvement course: new dates in Feb & Apr

This one-day workshop encourages innovative thinking and will teach delegates how to apply tried and tested process improvement techniques that can make a positive difference in the working environment.

Interview skills training for internal candidates: Mon 16 Jan

This three-hour workshop for internal candidates is designed to help you gain essential skills and confidence when applying for internal roles

AUA Mark of Excellence for Uni project

Congratulations to our Academic Professional Services, who have won the AUA Mark of Excellence

Process improvement course: Mon 30 Jan

Participants will be prompted to think differently about the processes and practices in their workplace, and be inspired to develop and drive improved ways of working.

Invigilator training: Thu 5 Jan

This course is designed for all those involved in invigilating University of Bath examinations, regardless of experience.

Effective meetings - effective outcomes: Tue 31 Jan

It is important to achieve desired goals by trusting, respecting and communicating with all team members - learn some practical steps to ensure your future meetings have a purpose, feel collaborative and enable relationships to work.

Prevent Duty in HE: online training

One of the key requirements of the Prevent Duty is to ensure that relevant staff receive appropriate training so that they are able to recognise when someone might be at risk of being drawn into terrorism.