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The University is committed to ensuring that all employees are enabled to achieve their full potential through valuing diversity and equality of opportunity and through supporting excellent performance through progressive development policies.
The Learning, Develpoment and Equal Opportunities Section is an integral part of the University's Human Resources Division whose role it is, is to support the key corporate objective of the University of ensuring excellent performance through progressive development. Our aim is to support the University's strategic plan by delivering focused training and development solutions to all employees that will enable the achievement of these objectives. A further aim is to ensure the most effective use of the talents, skills and abilities of our employees by supporting employees to maximise the contribution they can make. The Learning, Develpment and Equal Opportunities Section aims to foster close relationships with academic and administrative departments to support them in achieving their objectives.
The Learning, Development and Equal Opportunities Section has responsibility for designing and delivering the annual Corporate Learning & Development Plan within the University, aligned with the strategic goals of the University and in support of the key development needs as identified under the Performance & Development Review System (PDRs). This programme of training and development activities for the personal and professional development of all employees is available under Training Programmes. Employees may apply for a place on advertised courses, workshops and Lunch & Learn Soundbytes by emailing email@example.com or by contacting any member of the Learning, Development & Equal Opportunities Section.
Contact Alison O'Regan Learning, Development & Equal Opportunities Manager. Ph. + 353 61 213074. firstname.lastname@example.org
Aoife Corrigan Administrator Ph. + 353 61 234347. email@example.com.
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