A resource for all UCL staff to access learning materials and practical resources related to improving performance at work, organisational and personal effectiveness and people management and development.
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Diversity in the Workplace
This interactive training module, which takes no more than an hour, is for new starters at UCL to ensure that all staff are aware of the implications of the Equality Act 2010 in both the employment and educational context.
You will need to log in to Moodle (https://moodle.ucl.ac.uk/) using your intranet username and password and then search for 'online diversity training' to complete the module.
A web based package containing brief summaries of information that is important for your work at UCL together with links to much more detailed information held elsewhere on the UCL website.
Online learning resources for Research Staff
UCL Organisational and Staff Development Team and the Graduate School have collaborated with a number of other leading research intensive universities (Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Durham, Imperial College, Kings College and Reading) to commission a series of 6 modules delivered in WebCT covering research skills important to the early career researcher.
The materials are in WebCT, a virtual web-based learning environment. You will need a UCL (IS) computer username and password to access WebCT.
HEaTED is a national training and career development framework for the UK Higher Education sector.
Their vision is to deliver tools and opportunities that not only meet the training and career development needs of technical staff, but also fit into the requirements of an ever changing HE sector.
UCL is a subscribing member of HEaTED therefore membership to UCL technical staff is free. We would recommend that all UCL technical staff register to become a member so that they may access the on line resources and participate in the free London and Nationally based workshops.
Please go to this website and follow the instructions on how to become a member: