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Instructor-led course

Provided by: PPD Personal and Professional Development


This course has 1 scheduled run. To book a place, please choose your preferred date:


Mon 6 Nov 2017

Events available

Administrator Development Programme
Prerequisites


Description


This development programme for generalist and specialist administrators draws on the expertise of senior figures in the University and provides up to date information on the various strands and issues of University strategy and governance. It includes development of some key skills and a project activity, and offers a valuable opportunity to network with administrators from the UAS and other departments and institutions.

Selection for this programme is via nomination by School Secretaries, Heads of Division or Heads of Non-School Institutions during the summer. Nominees will need to demonstrate the benefit of participating, both for themselves and their institution. Please speak to your line manager and/or appropriate nominator if you would like to be considered.

Please see further information about key themes and speakers on the programme flyer.

Target audience
  • Staff with a confirmed place on the ADP 2017-18 Programme
  • This programme is intended for those working in specialist or generalist administrative roles who have been in post for approximately one to five years or who are experienced administrators in another context and new to a University post. It may include for example Departmental or Faculty Administrators, those in professional services roles and UAS Administrative Officers, amongst others
  • The programme aims to support the individual’s development plan and there should be clear benefits of undertaking the programme for current role and for the division or department. Please note that the majority of participants on this programme are within the grade range 7-9
  • Participants (and their departments) need to make a commitment to be able to attend the Introductory Briefing (1 hour), the 6 x full day modules, and to contribute fully to the project activity
Prerequisites
Aims

By the end of the programme participants will have:

  • increased knowledge of current issues and developments within the University, and HE as a whole
  • considered the various arms of University activity and identified strategic issues in each case
  • further developed a range of skills in leadership, delivering presentations and managing meetings
  • planned and delivered a project which allows them to work with others, gather information about new areas and enhance their learning from the programme
Further information
  • For further information regarding the nomination process and deadlines, please contact PPD.
Duration

Six full day sessions

Theme
People Development

Events available