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  • ABACUS Foreign Currency Purchasing & Payment

    Learn more about the changes in FIS to support purchasing & payment in any currency which will go live later this year.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • ACTION LEARNING SET WORKSHOP - SLP&FLP

    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • Academic Writing: a new method that reduces anxiety

    Event dates:
    15-Nov-18 to 15-Nov-18
    1000 to 1700
    11-Apr-19 to 11-Apr-19
    1000 to 1700
  • Accelerated Management Development Programme

    The Accelerated Management Development Programme offers training support for existing managers within UCL with the overall aim of helping them to better understand the managers role and be able to apply key skills.
    The Programme is designed to focus on the key management skills needed . It will enhance managers performance management capabilities within a matrix environment and increase their capabilities to use analytical diagnostic, solution and reflection tools to improve workplace performance. Our approach will be a logical step by step build up with each day split into separate sections. Therefore it is vital that delegates attend all four sessions:
    Day 1: Module 1: You and the organisation in context
    Day 2: Module 2: Operating with your team
    Day 3: Module 3: Improving Self
    Day 4: Module 4: Leadership Communication

    Please note that you will need your line managers approval to attend and a A#500 contribution from your department.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • Accident Investigation - Underlying and Root Causes

    Staff seeking to develop their skills in accident investigation
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • Activating Audiences

    Activating an audience, whether it is large or small, is vital to increase the effectiveness of educational meetings. Activating audiences, however, is easier said than done. In this workshop, spread over three half days , you will learn to deal with four aspects of activation.
    Eligibility: This course is only available to UCL Established Staff
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • An Introduction to Research Student Supervision at UCL

    This session is mandatory for all members of academic staff wishing to be appointed as Supervisors at UCL as well as new members of academic staff with experience of research supervision at other institutions. It is run by the Doctoral School and provides an introduction to: UCL's Regulations and Code of Practice; Doctoral School Support; UCL Procedures; Skills Development Requirements and Programme; Research Student Log; Factors for Successful Supervision; Training. Further Research Supervision Training. Please note that this is a prerequisite to enrolment on all other courses about research supervision including the session Effective Research Supervision at UCL (1 day). This course is run three times a year - one each term.
    Eligibility: This course is no longer bookable via STBS so please do not register an interest. You can find full details of the new online training on the link below. https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/professional-development/arena-open/research-supervision-ucl
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • Annual Skills Update (First Aid)

    There are no dates available at present. Please register your interest here. Once there are sufficient numbers we will schedule a course date and inform you. If you have not been successful in booking on the previous course date then please re-register your interest on the Single Training Booking Click on 'More Info' (right) for further details. PLEASE NOTE: The venue has now changed to Moorgate. British Red Cross, training venue, 44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL. Tel No: 0844 871 8000 Click this link for location map https://www.google.com/maps/place/British+Red+Cross/@51.5189264,-0.088
    Event dates:
    07-Nov-18 to 07-Nov-18
    0900 to 1200
  • Arena Exchange A Connected Curriculum for HE: the case for a Showcase Portfolio

    With Prof Dilly Fung, UCL Arena Centre. Is it time for the higher education sector globally to take a more 'joined up' approach to it's mission? Can institutions make much richer connections between research, student education and public engagement? Drawing on the classic Humboldtian notion of the unity of research and teaching, this Exchange introduces the Connected Curriculum initiative (Fung 2017), which sets out to develop better synergies between research, education, public engagement and contribution to the world. Within this context, I present in this session the case for introducing a curated, Showcase Portfolio to taught degree programmes, both undergraduate and postgraduate. A programme-wide Showcase Portfolio, which includes work produced by students that is directed to specific 'real world' audiences, challenges students to: review their work, as they select and perhaps edit for presentation; revisit and learn from feedback on their work, including feedback from peers and external audiences/partners; develop a holistic, analytic picture of the ground covered on the programme, including insights gained through active research and enquiry; develop a stronger sense of the disciplines(s) and themes studies and the ways in which they relate to one another; articulate explicitly the perspectives and skills underpinning the range of work presented. (Fung 2017)
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • Arena Exchange: How can we bring students and researchers together

    for mutual benefit. This seminar will discuss the 'Dragons' Den' assignment for undergraduates. The students are paired with research-intensive academics - they learn about their research and then create a business plan and open-ended portfolio of pathways to translation. Assessment includes presenting to a panel of external Dragons, with a prize of (chocolate) money! This UCL assignment is translatable to many disciplines, and has recently been taken up by Swinburne University of Technology as part of their new BSc in Engineering Practice. We will discuss ways to engage students with development of transferable skills and business and translation knowledge through active learning, how to provide support for this, and ways to engage our researchers in this process to create an authentic environment.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
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