People, Culture and Inclusion

E-Learning – Learning when you need it.


E-Learning – Learning when you need it.

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Focussing on your development regularly is important. But sometimes it can feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Especially now. Or, on the other hand, you may now be faced with extra time you did not anticipate, with those things you had planned now on hold – but are not sure how to engage with development virtually. Well, whatever your situation, e-learning can help.

One of the benefits of e-learning is that you can complete online courses when it suits you and work through the content at your pace. Online courses do not need to be completed in one sitting and, should you need to revisit the content to refresh your learning, you can.

Our E-Learning Portal has a range of courses available for you. Some of which are listed below: 

Bribery Act

This 30 minute module will help you understand the Bribery Act 2010 and how it affects the way you need to work.

Equality and Diversity Essentials

This is a new module, which was added at the beginning of this academic year. It will help you understand what equality, diversity and inclusion is and how all play a positive role to break down barriers.

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulations

Everyone is responsible for ensuring we handle personal data properly, securely and according to the legislation. This module will help you understand and follow the General Data Protection Regulations and should be completed each year.

Information Security Awareness

This module will help you protect your information while working online. It covers the common threats and how to counter them.

Protecting Students’ Consumer Rights

Learn what consumer protection means in the context of Higher Education, what you should and should not do in terms of the law and why it’s so important.

REF 2021

This module is aimed for those who are involved in the REF 2021 submission. It focuses on unconscious bias and equality, diversity and inclusion and how hidden biases might impact our decision-making.

Supporting Students at CCCU (part 1): Students with Disabilities

This modules will introduce you to the current legislation surrounding the Equality Act 2010, the Disabled Student Allowances and explore the different models of disability.

Supporting Students at CCCU (part 2): Effective Pastoral Support and Services available

The aim of this module is to equip staff with an understanding of the range of support services available for students studying at the University campuses. It will also provide practical guidance on how you can support students with disabilities, mental health difficulties and those who may be distressed. 

Unconscious Bias

In this module, you will explore what unconscious bias is and how to manage and reduce bias at work.

Understanding Web Accessibility

This module will help you understand Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), outlines what you need to do to meet digital accessibility legislation and offers top tips on how to make your online content accessible including: Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations, Blackboard content and emails.

Working with the Prevent Duty

The aim of this module is to help you understand your responsibility regarding the Prevent Duty and how to apply it effectively and sensitively. 

If you need support with accessing any of our e-learning courses or want to know how to engage with your development virtually, please do not hesitate to get in contact with the Organisational and People Development Team – we are here to help!

Zoe Connell, Organisational and People Development

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