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Project Name
What is it for?
Timescales
Contact for more information
Project Happiness
To put in place free boxes of money around campus
For completion by end 2012
Howard Barringer,
Project Manager

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The primary focus of Human Resource Development (HRD) is to provide learning and development opportunities for all staff at the University.

The opportunities we provide are designed to support you in your current role and with the support of your line manager, where appropriate, provide support and development for your future roles.

Toolkits - A Refreshed and Innovative Approach

In order to provide a more holistic, flexible and timely learning resource for staff we have created a range of online 'toolkits'. Toolkit topics have been identified to link to the key priorities and goals of the Strategic Plan and to help support us all through this next transition period.

 Employee Development Toolkits; Click here to access Employee Development Toolkits

Employee Support Programme

To support staff being affected by the Transformation Programme, a series of workshop activities and other resources are being provided. The workshops cover: 

  • Career guidance
  • Wellbeing
  • Financial advice

All are free for you to attend/access and are designed to equip you with tools to prepare for changed job roles and new opportunities within the University. You may access all or any of them depending on personal preference. For further details and to book a place on a scheduled event please click on the link www.hr.salford.ac.uk/ocp/index.php

Can't find what you are looking for? Please contact a member of the HRD team.

 

 

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photo“I have enjoyed the programme a great deal and I have learnt a lot from it.
I have learnt from Neil’s and Chrissi’s “good Practice”. For example, the way you present lectures, the use of technology (many of the ways you have used Blackboard I did not know were possible).
All the sessions have been engaging, varied and informative.
I have recommended the programme to others in the School.” [cohort 1 participant]

 

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photoThe PGCAP has made a real difference to my thinking and how I approach teaching and learning. It has really helped me to begin my journey as a reflective practitioner and really think and reflect on the impact my teaching has on my students. It has also helped me to think about why I am teaching. 

The PGCAP is really excellent and Chrissi and Neil are fantastic role models, as they are both passionate about teaching and learning. As well as learning specific teaching techniques that have really enhanced my practice. I have picked up small things that you both do that really make a difference to teaching, learning and the whole student experience, for example a small thing that is really massive is that you are both there in class set up and greeting each person as they come in. Both even greet latecomers !!!, which is unheard of. I love that, and I have started doing the same. It makes my student feel like real people.” [cohort 1 participant]

 

 

 

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