Learning and Development offer a comprehensive range of training and development programmes and learning options for staff.
What’s new in Learning and Development?
Blog: Learning for Work at Otago
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Learning for Work at Otago blog. This site contains a range of resources and links to online learning opportunities to support you in your work.
As this blog is hosted on WordPress, you may see a login request. Simply log in with your University username and password. This is safe and means only University of Otago staff can access the site.
We run a programme of interactive workshops and information sessions. To keep up to date with our courses, you can subscribe to receive an updated calendar of events each month.
Click a title to access further information and enrol.
As some of our courses are extremely popular we recommend that you enrol early.
If a course is full or there is no date, what are my options?
Contact us and have a chat.
If a course is full, a link will appear, which allows you to add your name to a waitlist. If enough people are on a waitlist, we will consider running another session.
For more information:
- Managing People
- Professional Skills
- Personal Skills
- Te Tiriti Responsiveness
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- The University Community
- Policy and Processes
- Zoom workshops
- Workshops by date
- My training history
LinkedIn Learning collections
- Deliver Results
- Influence and Negotiation Skills
- Continuous Learning and my Career
- Customer Service
- Listening to Customers
- Writing Effective Emails
- Communication Basics
- Developing Your Emotional Intelligence
- Listening Skills
- Working Effectively in a Team
Additional online resources
- The First 100 Days of a Manager
- Video: Huddle Meetings and Boards (COO)
- Top tips for presenting
- Video: Ethical Behaviour Policy panel discussion
More information and extra resources including a career planning workbook can be found on our mentoring programme page.
If you haven’t found what you’re looking for, or have any other professional development ideas, we would be happy to hear your suggestions.