All of our staff at UCL are required to complete a number of mandatory training modules, from online diversity training to training on information security.
Why do you need to complete this training?
This mandatory learning forms part of the requirements of your probation, find out more about our probation policy below:
Core mandatory learning
Listed below are the mandatory courses all UCL staff need to complete.
You access the courses by signing into LearnUpon using your UCL user ID and password. To sign in, you will need an active user ID. This is a unique 7 letter ID (e.g. “ucccabc”) – if you do not have this, you will need to register with ISD.
You may also wish to inform your line manager once you have completed each course.
To enrol onto all of the training at once, please sign up to the Learning Path.
This Learning Path contains the following training:
- UCL fire safety
- UCL safety induction
- Information Security
- Freedom of information
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) training
- Staff online diversity training
- Unconscious bias training
- Change possible: Be part of a sustainable UCL
- Disclosing and Managing Conflict of Interest
- Prevent duty training
When you complete this training, it will update on your MyHR Learner record overnight.
Refreshing your mandatory learning
You will need to redo your GDPR training after 12 months from your UCL start date.
Role-specific Mandatory Learning
Some training only applies if you are within a particular staff group.
The following course is mandatory for staff with recruitment responsibilities:
The following course is mandatory for all staff with safeguarding responsibilities, working with children, young people, adults at risk and other vulnerable populations:
A number of staff are also required to complete mandatory learning around intellectual property. This module is required to be completed by all staff employed at grade 10 and above; academics, research associates and doctoral students; professional services research support staff (in roles such as creating and handling research outputs, supporting research proposals and collaborations); innovation and enterprise support staff (such as business managers, partnership managers and staff involved in procuring specialist services).