Archive for the ‘Training and development’ Category

Workshop: e-assessment of mathematical content

This hands-on workshop will look at writing e-assessment for maths content using the open source NUMBAS and STACK tools.

Managing teams e-learning available (Dev Toolkit)

A new 60-minute Management 101 e-learning module available for all staff via the Development Toolkit.

Hate crime and discrimination training sessions

Having better knowledge and understanding of hate crime, and reporting, are fundamental to safeguarding those who may experience hate crime and discrimination.

Social Media Masterclass #7 (create a content calendar)

Join Tom Mason, Social Media Manager in the Department of Marketing & Communications, for a masterclass on creating a content calendar for social media

Presentation Skills (half day course) on Monday 17 June

This course is suitable for 'all staff' who have to present to others as part of their role, whether to a small audience within the context of a meeting, or in a larger, more formal setting.

Emergency First Aid - Spaces available

Spaces are available on the Emergency First Aid course, offered by Team Bath, on 8 May.

SDPR: Conducting an effective review - dates now available

This workshop will enable you to conduct effective reviews for those you line manage by focusing on the purpose and principles of an effective review conversation.

SDPR: Getting the most out of your review - dates available

This workshop aims to help those who are being reviewed for the first time to understand their role in this 2 way process.

July Course Dates - Now available (staff training courses)

Courses include: MHFA (Higher Education) course, the Nuts & Bolts of managing people, Process Improvement, Meetings effective committee servicing. To book your place please use Employee Self-Service (ESS) - guidance is provided on each course webpage.

Imposter Syndrome

For staff who research and/or teach: Where does imposter syndrome come from? Learn how can you tame your inner critic – where else does it show up or limit your confidence or proactivity?

Managing expectations and staying confident

For staff who who research and/or teach: in this workshop we will look at the key areas of developing and conveying confidence, managing upwards as well as staying calm under pressure.

The power of praise (Development Toolkit resource)

Learn why praise is important, what impact it can have on workplace behaviour and behaviour, and what the research tells us about delivering praise.

Summary of staff learning and development

Use this summary page to find out about opportunities to support your learning and development, including mandatory training, using systems and software and SDPR courses.

Level 5 Certificate in Effective Coaching Programme 2019

This qualifications are for managers and those with significant responsibility for effective coaching and mentoring as part of their daily role within an organisational context. They are also ideal for individuals who wish to move into a development role or start a career as a freelance coach or mentor.

June courses - including SDPR training & Presentation skills

June course dates are published, to book your place, please log on to Employee Self-Service (ESS).

New Development Toolkit elearning modules available

Ten new 101 elearning modules including: Wellbeing, Teams, Feedback, Change management, Presentations, Project management and Personal branding.

SDPR Getting the most out of your review - dates available

April and May course dates available. To book your place to attend the training course, please log on to Employee-Self Service (ESS).

SDPR Conducting an effective review - dates available

March and April course dates now available. To book your place to attend the training course, please log on to Employee-Self Service (ESS).

ILM Level 5 Coaching Certificate

Sports Development have a few spaces remaining on the ILM Level 5 Coaching Certificate.

Digital Health Technologies Conference

Attend this free one-day event at the Apex City of Bath Hotel to explore the issues surrounding the future of digital health care and young people.