Find out about a range of opportunities across the University to engage in professional development, including face-to-face training and development sessions, online courses and resources.
Essential Training ensures all employees are made aware and are capable of meeting their statutory obligations and professional standards.
The University is committed to offering all employees access to development events and workshops to enhance professional practice.
Develop at Essex is a virtual space for you to develop and enhance your professional performance at the University.
All staff need to be competent to meet their responsibilities and the University's and departmental health and safety standards related to their work.
Join a webinar to find out the basics of using Zoom and how to teach online with Zoom.
Developed with input from colleagues throughout our community, our Educator Development Framework provides a thorough career focal point for you as an educator at Essex.
Developed with input from colleagues across our community, our Researcher Development Framework has been to provide a thorough career focal point for our researchers.
The waiver of tuition fees for staff is available for specific courses.
The Peer Review of Teaching Policy focuses on the sharing of good teaching and learning practice.
The Education Insights workshops are designed to provide you with an all-round development of your practice inside and outside the classroom.
The University holds the HR Excellence in Research Award which reflects our commitment to harnessing the talents of our academic community engaged in research.
Staff have the opportunity to gain professional recognition as Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) through our CADENZA programme.
The PG CHEP is a qualification for staff involved in teaching who wish to develop their knowledge, skills and expertise in academic practice.
Training for all staff across all aspects of records management, Data Protection, Freedom of Information and the Environmental Information Regulations.
LinkedIn Learning - previously known as Lynda.com - is a leading provider of online video training with thousands of high quality courses covering a range of topics.
Helping staff and students develop digital skills and confidence.
A range of taught classroom sessions to help staff develop their digital skills with popular tools such as Microsoft Office and Adobe software.
The Leadership Programme aims to combine the talent that exists within the University with the other key determinant of success: training.
A range of resources and events are available to support managers and their teams to help them succeed personally and professionally.
A one-day highly practical and participative workshop that will enable individuals to develop effective coaching skills.
We have collaborated with various external providers to offer a range of external events to support individuals from different backgrounds, genders and sexual orientation with developing their leadership skills and practice.
All University staff participating in recruitment activities must complete a training programme.
Mentoring for staff at Essex is an opportunity for you to engage in a series of development conversations with colleagues both locally and wider within the University.
Effective mentoring can empower and inspire all members of our University community to fulfil their potential.
Coaching is an opportunity for you to have some confidential space and time when you can reflect on and get even better at your job.
The YUFE staff programme includes teaching activities for academic staff, and other activities such as job shadowing, professional development and specific competence-building training, to complement individual staff development needs at all career levels.
External events designed to empower employees to take positive action to address the underrepresented and bring this back to develop and impact our community.
Media training is available to help academics and senior members of staff develop the skills to effectively communicate via the media.
Learn how to help a person who may be developing a mental health issue and how to identify warning signs of mental health difficulties.