All new staff and existing staff with a new role within the university will be welcomed and supported by our induction programme.
Our programmes include:
Your local induction is a three-way joint process between your Line Manager, your Induction Colleague and you. Guides have been developed to enable an effective local induction and may be accessed via the Local Induction Guidance Links at the bottom of the page.
Central to the process is a comprehensive, interactive local induction checklist designed to provide the required assurance that an effective local induction has been facilitated in a timely manner for all new staff and existing staff taking on a new role within the university.
Who should have a local induction?
- New temporary, part-time and full-time staff
- Staff redeployed within the University
- Staff taking on a new role within the University
Benefits of a good local induction
As a member of staff either new to the University or with a new role you are supported to:
- become familiar with and settle into your new environment
- understand your role, responsibilities and performance expectations
- have access to the resources you need to perform effectively in your new role
Local Induction Guidance
- Local Induction Checklist
- Guidance for Line Managers in Facilitating an Effective Local Induction
- Guidance for you as a new member of staff or new to role
- Guidance for Local Induction Colleagues
Welcome and Orientation Programme
This programme complements the local induction co-ordinated by your Line Manager and is designed to provide you with the required practical and organisational information at a time and place most convenient to you.
You may access the online Welcome and Orientation Programme in three easy steps:
- Please go to https://learning.ulster.ac.uk
- log in with your e code and AD password
- Locate the staff development and mandatory training programmes
Role Specific Induction
In addition to local induction, staff development also provide a range of role specific inductions which currently include:
- Introduction to Learning & Teaching for PG Tutors and Demonstrators
Contact Vicky Davies
- Leading Schools - New School Leaders Orientation Workshop for new Heads & Associate Heads of School
Contact Carol Cochrane
- Course Director / Subject Unit Coordinator Induction
Contact: Sarah Floyd
- External Examiner Induction
Contact: Roisin Curran
Academic Probation Mentoring
All full time and part time academic staff will be allocated a Mentor to support them throughout their probationary period. You can access an overview of this process.