UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


Cristina Gardini

SHR/CPD Team Manager

Room: 102a, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL, Chandler House, 2, Wakefield St., London, WC1N 1PF

Tel:+44 (0) 20 7679 4203 ext. 24203

Email: c.gardini@ucl.ac.uk


Duties include:

  • Overall responsibility for the Divisional SHR Team;
  • Provision of Human Resources service at Divisional Level and responsible for overseeing the operational provision of administrative services in the HR specialist team in relation to HR operation;
  • Advice on UCL policies and procedures;
  • Staffing management;
  • Recruitment and Selection;
  • Staff Development and Training;
  • HERA and Best Practice;
  • overall management of Continuing Professional Development activities within the CPD@PALS.
  • Divisional CPD Committee (Co-Chair)
  • Commercial Workstream Committee, UCL Life Learning
  • Divisional Erasmus Staff Training Mobility Co-ordinator
  • Athena SWAN activities and initiatives (including promotion of women in professional services).
  • UCL Coach & Mentor (Coaching Profile)

Professional Memberships:

  • Chartered Member CIPD
  • AUA (Association of Universities Administrators)- AUA Mentor
  • UALL (Universities Association for Lifelong Learning)   

Professional Development Qualifications:

  • ESL, English as a Second Language, Adv Dip (1988)
  • DMS (postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies, 1996)
  • MA HRM/D (Learning and Development Pathway, 2005)
  • The Effective Coach - EMCC Accredited (2012)
  • Springboard - Women Development Programme (2013)
  • AURORA - Developing future leaders for higher education, Leadership Foundation (2014)

Networks and Events:

  • Erasmus Staff Mobility Training

> Groningen (Holland, 2011)  (forthcoming information)
> Venice (Italy, 2011)           (forthcoming information)

> Linz (Austria, 2012)           (forthcoming information)

> UCL 1st Erasmus SMT "Professional Development", July 2013

  • Learning and Development (L&D) Network @PaLS

> Career planning/development/progression - 9th September 2011
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