GDPR – how you play your part

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was applied to the UK on the 25th May,  is intended to update and strengthen the data protection legislation in EU member states and although many requirements are the same as the current UK Data Protection Act 1998 there are some key changes. Many of these are being addressed…

The Skills Centre (Formerly The Bridge)

The Skills Centre offers inclusive academic skills development to all students at SHU through a programme of workshops, writing forums, small-group sessions and 1-1 tutorials. We also offer support and guidance to any members of staff looking to introduce peer learning initiatives into their teaching content. From workshops and small group sessions on a wide…

New Employability Plan intranet

https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/employabilityplan/ (you may be asked to login using your standard SHU login details) The site provides information and resources relating to the Employability Plan and the three strands of the Employability Promise, and includes all current Faculty Employability Partnership Agreements (EPAs). Please share with any colleagues who may find this of interest. It is our intention…

Unified Comms Help Session – Today

Making the most of Jabber and Unified Comms Do you want to learn how to use Unified Comms and Jabber more effectively? Come along for expert assistance or to ask questions about using the new telephones, Jabber and WebEx. All staff are welcome.​ Drop-in session – for assistance with Unified Comms. 11.30am- 1pm Owen 330…

New academic forum at SHU

A new academic forum has been established at Sheffield Hallam: the Academic Assembly. Academic Assembly will provide an opportunity for academic staff across the university to come together with student reps to help shape the University’s academic strategy, contribute to policy development and to debate academic-related issues. The first meeting will take place this semester…

DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS: Hallam works on degree apprenticeship programme with food manufacturer

The University is to work with Leicestershire-based food manufacturer Samworth Brothers to launch a new Degree Apprenticeship programme to help develop its leaders of the future across operational and technical functions, with the first recruits starting in September 2018. During the programme apprentices within the operational functions will be working towards a Chartered Manager Degree…