Learning and development
Welcome to your Development
The People Development Team are here to help and support all members of staff with organisation, team and individual development. We offer a range of support and guidance including face-to-face, webinar, self-study and learning pathways, as well as bespoke sessions and development tools. While our face-to-face events are unlikely to run for the foreseeable future, we have developed online versions of our most popular topics and continue to add to our portfolio including new areas of learning and delivery methods.
If there is something you can't find or an additional area of learning that would be useful to you or your team, please email People Development.
- Accepting and Embracing Change
- Mental Health Awareness - Supporting Students (Exeter)
- Mental Health - Supporting Student Mental Health in Cornwall
- Supporting Staff Mental Health for Line Managers (Cornwall)
- Supporting the Mental Wellbeing of Your Team - online module
- Supporting the Mental Wellbeing of Your Team - a practical skills session for line managers
- Mental Health First Aid (1day)
- Mental Health First Aid (2 day)
- Supporting Students: Mental Health, Wellbeing & the HWSS Procedure (online)
- Positive Mindset Toolkit
There are a number of resources available to support staff involved with Research, whether experienced or just starting out as an Early Career Researcher:
Early Career Researchers (ECRs): Explore the Training and Development opportunities available to ECRs.
The Doctoral College: Supports and sustains a vibrant research and intellectual environment across and between disciplines for postgraduate and early career researchers. Focusing on investment and development in training, resources and facilities.
Research and EDI: A sharepoint site that offers updates and progress on the Research and EDI Working Group, the Research adn EDI Deep Dives, data collection and action plan.
Early Career Researchers (ECR) Resource Hub: A sharepoint site that offers a space for ECRs to find out more about the support available to them and to hear from other ECRs about their experiences.
A number of departments can help support all staff involved in presenting, teaching and learning:
Technology Enhanced Learning (sharepoint.com): support the use of digital teaching and learning technologies across the University.
Academic Development : support colleagues (PTAs, lecturers, and professional services staff) in developing and implementing good educational practices and enhancing the learner experience.
Delivering remote training: Generic advice and resources for all staff.
Our online learning is available 24 hours a day 7-days a week. The LearnUpon system holds both mandatory and voluntary courses. Courses that are mandatory for all staff are automatically loaded on to your LearnUpon dashboard. Visit the LearnUpon log on page to access your account using your SSO.
Exeter Academic is the University programme which provides you with the information and signposting you will need in order to successfully progress your career and develop yourself.
The Exeter Professional provides you with the information and signposting you will need in order to successfully progress your career and develop yourself.
Are you wanting to gain highly sought after skills and qualifications whilst continuing to work, then look no further. Our apprenticeships can offer you the skills, confidence and qualifications to enhance your current role and support your career pathway.
We have a wide range of apprenticeship opportunities from level 3 diplomas to masters degrees. Please take a look at our Apprenticeships webpages to find out more.
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