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Staff Development Programme, January to April 2004: Notice

The following is the list of courses being offered by Staff Development during the period of January to April 2004. Full details of all courses, including those being held after April 2004, are listed on the website at http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/personnel/staffdev/ and in the Staff Development Directory. To contact Staff Development, please e-mail staffdev@admin.cam.ac.uk or telephone (3)32343.

January 2004

6 PowerPoint: A Lunchtime Support Workshop
12 Commercial Exploitation: How to Write a Business Plan
13 Handling Difficult People
13 Navigator: A Development Programme for Men
14 Assessing Students (Workshop 1 of 5)
14 Risk Management
16 Presentation Skills for Conferences
19 Voice Projection: Introduction
19 Voice and Presentation: One to One
20 Securing the Next Position: Career Choice, Job Search, and Job Application Skills
20 Time Management and Determining Priorities (for Support Staff)
20 Communication Skills Introduction: 'Are you receiving me?'
21 Assessing Students (Workshop 2 of 5)
21 Securing the Next Position: Individual CV Analysis
21 Supervising and Small Group Teaching
21 Improving your Customer Service
21 Training Skills for Occasional Trainers
22 Disabled Students' Rights: DDA part 4
22 Securing the Next Position: Individual CV Analysis
22 Negotiation Skills: Introduction
23 Securing the Next Position: Individual CV Analysis
23 Facilitating Groups for Creative Performance
23 Voice and Pronunciation for Non-native English speakers (for Academic and Contract Research Staff)
23 Voice and Presentation: One to One
23 Recruitment and Selection: Briefing for Principal Participants
23 Race Awareness
26 Appraisal Skills (for those who will be appraised)
26 Securing the Next Position: Interview Technique
27 Teaching Students with a Visual Impairment (Briefing)
27 ILTHE: Membership and Associateship
27 Retirement: Mid-life Planning
27 Induction and Safety Course
27 Securing the Next Position: Individual Videoed Mock Interviews
27 Lecturing: Practice and Feedback
27 Government of the University (one of a series)
27 Assertiveness in Action (for Academic and Academic-related Staff)
28 Assessing Students (Workshop 3 of 5)
28 Securing the Next Position: Individual Videoed Mock Interviews
28 Strategic Planning and Management: Introduction
28 Personal Safety Awareness
29 Equality Issues
29 Presentation Skills: Introduction
29 Securing the Next Position: Individual Videoed Mock Interviews
30 Appraisal Skills (for people who will appraise others)
30 PowerPoint, Computers, and Data Projectors: Getting Started
30 Securing the Next Position: Individual Videoed Mock Interviews
30 Seminars for Ph.D. Supervisors: Financial/Administrative 1

February 2004

2 Supervising and Small Group Teaching
2 Communication Skills Advanced: 'Was it something I said?'
2 Quality Management
2 Securing the Next Position: Individual Videoed Mock Interviews
3 Mental Health: Reducing Stress in Students
4 Assessing Students (Workshop 4 of 5)
4 Recruitment and Selection: Briefing for Principal Participants
5 Committees and Meetings: Making Them More Effective
5 Managing Relationships at Work
5 Springboard: A Women's Development Programme
6 Facilitating Action Learning Sets
9 Coaching Your Team
10 Government of the University (one of a series)
10 Voice and Pronunciation for Non-native English Speakers (for Support Staff)
11 Assessing Students (Workshop 5 of 5)
11 Seminars for Ph.D. Supervisors: Financial/Administrative 2
11 Retirement: Pre-retirement Course
12 Meetings: How to Win a Hearing
12 Evaluating Teaching
12 Women into Management Level II
13 Dyslexia Awareness Workshop
13 Mentoring: Becoming an Educational Mentor
16 Press Liaison: Science, Scoops, and Soundbites
16 Lecturing: Practice and Feedback
16 Recruitment and Selection: Briefing for Principal Participants
17 Seminars for Ph.D. Supervisors: Progress and Assessment 1
17 Appraisal Skills (for those who will be appraised)
17 Supervising and Small Group Teaching
18 Project Management: A Practical Model and Some Effective Tools
18 Risk Management
20 ILTHE: Membership and Associateship
20 Dyslexic Students: Teaching Strategies and Support Issues
20 Race Awareness
23 Supervising Undergraduates More Effectively
23 Appraisal Skills (for people who will appraise others)
24 Stress Management
24 Induction and Safety Course
24 Teaching Deaf Students and Students with Hearing Impairments (Briefing)
25 Government of the University (one of a series)
25 Introductory Certificate in Management
26 Sustainable Development

March 2004

1 Disabled People's Rights: DDA part 3
1 Voice and Pronunciation for Non-native English speakers (for Academic and Contract Research Staff)
2 Supervising and Small Group Teaching
2 External Examiners
4 Voice and Presentation: One to One
4 Recruitment and Selection: Briefing for Principal Participants
4 Voice Projection: Introduction
8 Seminars for Ph.D. Supervisors: Progress and Assessment 2
9 Teaching Students with Asperger's Syndrome (Briefing)
9 Government of the University (one of a series)
10 Interpersonal Conflict Management and Negotiation
15 Active Listening for Advisers and Tutors
16 Research Project Management for Principal Investigators
18 Recruitment and Selection
19 Advertising and Copywriting Workshop
24 Introductory Seminar for New Academic Staff
25 Minute Taking Skills
26 Introductory Conference for New Academic Staff
29 Mid Career Review for Academic Staff (five day residential)
30 Induction and Safety Course
30 Disabled People: Offering a Good Face to Face Service

April 2004

20 Equality Issues
21 Press Your Point: Dealing with the Media
21 Writing Techniques
22 Discipline and Grievance
22 Voice Projection: Introduction
22 Voice and Presentation: One to One
23 Health and Safety: Introduction to Risk Assessment for Scientific and Technical Staff
26 Change Management
27 Induction and Safety Course
27 Time Management and Determining Priorities (for Support Staff)
27 Presentation Skills for Conferences
28 Handling Difficult People
28 Springboard: A Women's Development Programme
28 Communication Skills Introduction: 'Are you receiving me?'
29 Health and Safety: Introduction to Safety Management
29 ILTHE: Membership and Associateship
29 Libraries: Making them Accessible to Disabled People
30 Voice and Pronunciation for Non-native English speakers (for Academic and Contract Research Staff)
30 Recruitment and Selection: Briefing for Principal Participants


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Cambridge University Reporter 14 January 2004
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