Please note that we do not hold waiting lists/expressions of interest for courses unless specified within the course details.

Course dates will be published once arrangements are finalised (approx. 6-8 weeks in advance), and included as a news item on the University homepage/Comms Friday newsletter.

The Staff learning and development webpage summarises other opportunities available across the university, such as training and support to help you get started in a new role, use University systems, and stay safe at work.

2019/20

In line with the university's response to the COVID-19 crisis and ongoing restrictions, we have cancelled our Workforce Development staff training (face to face courses) for the remainder of this training year ending 31 July 2020. All staff booked to attend the forthcoming courses have been notified.

Click on the course title to view the course details and dates.

March

April

May

June

  • SDPR for Education and Research staff (Specific roles)
  • Recruitment and selection for panel members (Interview Chair/panel)
  • Introduction to the University of Bath (New staff)

July

  • Nuts and bolts of managing people (Managers/Supervisors)
  • Meetings effective committee servicing (Specific roles)

Other internal learning and development opportunities

Other external learning and development opportunities

Please note that these are external opportunities and all course costs would need to be funded by your department. You will be eligible for member rates where indicated.

The LFHE Essentials of budgeting e-learning programme is also available free of charge (registration required) and aims to develop your knowledge and confidence in planning, monitoring and reviewing budgets.

  • The British Universities Finance Directors Group (bfdg) arrange a variety of finance-related events (eligible for member rates).

The bfdg Introduction to HE finance elearning module is also available free of charge (registration required) and aims to give you a generic overview of finance in HE, including funding, areas of spending and reporting.