|Training and Development Providers|
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Digital Hub, Bldg #9, Coombs Bldg
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200 AUSTRALIA
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The Academic Skills and Learning Centre offers ANU students free and confidential help with their academic work.
Students who seek assistance from the Academic Skills and Learning Centre come from all disciplines across the University, and from every level of undergraduate and postgraduate study (first year undergraduate to PhD). They may be Australian or international students, full-time or part-time, graduate coursework or research students.
Students may come to the Centre with general concerns about university study, or may come with specific problems they have encountered. For example undergraduate students may want to know what different courses involve, how to handle the required reading, or how to improve a draft of an essay. Concerns postgraduate students have may include adjusting to a new university or academic discipline, developing more effective research strategies, or mastering the relevant academic conventions of writing at the graduate level.
Details of and registration for Academic Skills and Learning Centre courses are via the Website identified above where you will also find further information and directions to our centre.
The Australian Phenomics Facility (APF), in conjunction with the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) and the ANU Research Services is committed to providing quality training to individuals and organisations with the objective to enhancing the care, welfare and understanding of animals used in research.
The APF offers training in many procedures and techniques for a variety of species. These include:
· Working safely with animals
· Basic Handling and Husbandry
· Restraint and euthanasia
· Injection techniques
· Surgery and advanced procedures
Courses are delivered using the resources of the ANU Animal Training Package in conjunction with tutorials and practical hands on experiences. All APF training packages are flexible and can be designed to best fit the needs of participants and their facility. Whilst it is preferred that training is conducted on-site, arrangements can be made to bring the courses to you. Costs associated with training are dependent on group numbers and resources required. These costs will be discussed with individual clients as required.
The CASS Education Development Studio (EDS) provides College-level teaching and learning advice, support, resources and professional development opportunities. Workshops are designed to inform staff about developments in teaching and learning methodologies, strategies and technologies. Our key accountabilities relate to:
- course/program redesign, development and delivery,
- Wattle College-specific administration and pedagogical support and
- Educational technologies information and pedagogical support.
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Details of and registration for the Centre for Continuing Education courses are via the Website identified above.
The Centre for Continuing Education offers programs of short courses each year in the areas of Continuing Education, University Preparation, Visual Access Art/Open Art and Professional Development.
Discounts are available to ANU staff, students and alumni on many courses. The courses in the ANU Professional Development Program are available in-house and can be tailored to suit your needs. If you can't find the course you're looking for, don't despair! Just contact the CCE
CHELT offers professional development programs for academic staff in the areas of:
Programs include seminars, workshops and courses - including award courses that accumulate to a Graduate Certificate and Masters in Higher Education.
As well as academic staff, general staff and postgraduate students are welcome to participate.
The College of Business and Economics provides professional development events for staff of the College. Other members of the ANU community are welcome to attend.
Details of and registration for Counselling Centre courses are via the Website identified above.
Throughout the year, The ANU Counselling Centre presents seminars on topics of interest to the ANU Community. Topics include issues relating to personal well-being and relationships.
These Seminars will be advertised via email and further information will be available on our website.
This program will assist you to recognise when information is needed and then provide you with the ability to locate, evaluate, and use this information effectively.
Courses are available in the following categories:
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Facilities & Services provides training to the staff of the ANU in the use of Maximo
Finance and Business Services provide training in finance related topics and systems. (ESP People Soft Financials)
Registration for ESP courses is available through HORUS.
Finance and Business Services also operate an ESP drop-in centre on Tuesdays (2:00-3:00pm) and Thursdays (11:00-12:00 noon) in the 10A training room.
The Human Resources Division offers a variety of training for the staff of the ANU which is delivered by areas identified below.
The HR Systems Team offers training in the use of the HR Management System. We conduct drop-in training sessions every Wednesday from 9.30am until 12.30pm. For all other requests please contact us to arrange.
IPAR provides training for:
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Details of and registration for OH&S courses are via the Website identified above.
Provides training for all staff on all aspects of the ANU occupational health and safety preventive system. OH&S is a unit with the Human Resources Division.
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The Centre for Career Development is part of HR Strategy and Development within the Human Resources Division. Our primary aim is to design, develop and implement programs that advance the professional development of staff and improve the effectiveness of our University as an organisation.
Programs currently coordinated from our unit are:
For further information contact staff firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at http://hr.anu.edu.au/career
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New online learning system 'PULSE' now available for ANU staff. Further information
Details of and registration for Legal Office courses are via the Website identified above.
The Legal Office offers on-demand training/information courses in the following areas:
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Details of and registration for Research Services Division courses are via the Website identified above.
The role of the Research Office is to help achieve the ANU's objective of diversifying its funding base. We provide training and advice for staff to achieve this.
Research School of Biology (RSB) offers specific training related to the school.
The Research Student Development Centre's primary role is to:
See the website for course details.
For more information please see our website.
Planning and Statistical Services Unit offers training in the manipulation and interpretation of University Statistics via Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables.
Details of and registration for Statistical Consulting Units courses are via the Website identified above.
Statistics is an essential tool for research students involved in collecting and analysing data. The effective use of statistics requires a sound knowledge of theoretical statistics as well as experience in the design and analysis of research studies. In order to provide this knowledge and experience to graduate research students, the ANU includes a Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU), staffed by experienced practising statisticians who maintain regular contact with other statisticians at the University, CSIRO and elsewhere. They keep abreast of new developments in statistical practice and have extensive experience in the application of statistical methods across a broad range of academic disciplines. They develop new methods for unusual problems when necessary.
Statistical collaboration from the SCU is available, free of charge, to research students of the University. The SCU offers advice on statistical aspects of the design of experiments, observational studies and surveys, graphical analysis, statistical modelling and the use of formal statistical arguments and presentation.
To request an appointment with the SCU, email email@example.com
Regression and Generalised Linear Models: Tue, Wed, Thur, 29 Sept - 1 Oct, 9.00am - 4.30pm $300*
Multivariate Analysis and Classification: Tue, Wed, Thur, 6 - 8 October 9.00-4.30 $300*
* $300 for ANU staff and students, $1,000 for non-ANU participants
* To enrol and pay for these courses, go to http://scu.anu.edu.au/registration.html
SCAPA offers media training for academic and professional staff in the areas of:
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Student & Academic Services (SAS) offers training in the use of the Student Administration System.
The Wattle Business Solutions Group (BSG) has been established in CHELT as part of the process of creating new structures to provide support and governance for Wattle as it is moved to Enterprise System status. This group is looking forward to continuing to work with all Colleges to support educational initiatives.
Wattle Training sessions are advertised on our website - http://chelt.anu.edu.au/wattle-bsg. To request additional Wattle training please email: firstname.lastname@example.org