Career development for women, racially minoritised and disabled staff (non-academic only)
Duration 2 Hours
Team Professional Development
This is a positive action opportunity open to racially minoritised (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) colleagues, women and disabled staff, in non-academic* roles.

This session is designed to provide dedicated time and a supportive space to reflect on your career journey and explore where you want to take it next and how you can work towards this.

You will have an opportunity to listen to some career stories that may help you shape your own, as well as reflect on some of your strengths and how you can use these towards achieving your career goals. Guiding you through an interactive session, we will also help you familiarise yourself with the range of resources and support that are available to you, as members of staff at the University.

These targeted workshops support ongoing work to address the underrepresentation of racially minoritised (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) colleagues, women and disabled staff in senior roles. This approach is line with our EDI Priorities, where we also recognise the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on these groups. The sessions are being offered to support individual empowerment, and are in addition to continuing institutional work to identify and remove structural barriers to progression.

Wherever possible please bring a laptop or tablet device for the session and please contact at least 3 working days before the session if you don't have access to one.

*Non-academic staff include job families: Administrative, Professional & Managerial, Operations & Facilities, and Technical Services.
LocationStart DateAll DatesTimesPlaces AvailableBook
Jubilee Campus29 March 202329 March 202310:00am - 12:00pm0Add to Waiting List
King's Meadow Campus25 April 202325 April 202310:00am - 12:00pm0Add to Waiting List
Sutton Bonnington Camups17 May 202317 May 202310:00am - 12:00pm3