Information on other training, learning and development providers both within and outwith the University.
Access the latest business knowledge through our open and bespoke Executive Education programmes. From two-day Masterclasses, accredited MBA level courses or customised programmes tailored to your company’s needs, our courses are designed to challenge, inspire and transform your thinking
Centre for Open Learning is where the University reaches out to the wider community. It provides part-time and short courses in a wide variety of subjects during the day and in the evening. University staff are eligible for a 10% discount on these courses.
Training sessions will be designed to meet the needs of the end users and will take the form of presentations, tutorials and one-to-one sessions as appropriate.
Health and Safety Department provides professional expertise on all aspects of health and safety to University staff.
IS Skills Development aims to provide a first class information service to support learning, teaching, research and the management of the University - creating advantage through the innovative use of information technology.
An e-learning module to give an overview, and show how to protect against the kinds of Information Security hazards we face every day.
Any queries about the Information Security Essentials training can be directed to David Williamson.
The Institute for Academic Development (IAD) is a central support for academic development and study skills for students and staff.
The University of Edinburgh is joining the Coursera consortium, and in July 2012 became one of its first partners outside North America. Coursera offers short online courses from top universities in an increasing range of subjects, all entirely free of charge.
The Procurement Office delivers short workshops to individuals and small groups, interested in procurement or with procurement responsibilities in their job role.
Records Management Section, provides help and advice to all units of the University on information management issues including records management practices and procedures, data protection and freedom of information.
An eLearning module support staff handling of disclosures of sexual violence in line with best practice and university procedure.
Any queries about the University procedure or the content of the module can be directed to Andy Shanks, Director of Student Wellbeing.
Through the Erasmus+ staff mobility scheme, funding is available for academic and professional services staff to undertake mobility activities in Europe.
The University Library staff actively help staff and students to use their e-journals service.
The Higher Education and Technicians Educational Development (HEaTED) Resource Centre provides a range of learning resources and events for Technical specialists
The LFHE provides a dedicated service of support and advice on leadership, governance and management for all the UK's universities and higher education colleges.
i-resilience provides a comprehensive understanding of personal resilience and gives examples of how this could impact on users responses to demanding work situations. The personal i-resilience report allows users to build on existing areas of strength, and also allows them to manage any potential areas of risk. The i-resilience portal then allows users to develop their resilience in line with the results of their report.
This Coaching programme is part of a wide range of services we offer to help support and retain women in Science, Engineering & Technology in Scotland.
Universities Scotland exists to provide services to its members and to represent, promote and campaign for the Scottish higher education sector. Through this work, it seeks to assist the sector to deliver its essential contribution to the economic, social and cultural needs of Scotland, and to the enhancement of Scotland's international reputation.