- Performance Management
- Training and Development
- Education Opportunities and Rewards for Staff
- Staying Informed
All professional staff with a contract of more than twelve months and all academic staff (other than casual staff) are required to participate in a formal review of performance, usually on an annual basis. Your supervisor can provide further assistance and the above website provides the relevant policies, procedures, forms and templates.
Staff Development opportunities at Flinders University are available from:
The home of learning and teaching, leadership, information, resources, and support for University teaching staff. The hub of support for educational uses of ICT across the University, including FLO, IT applications, and an eLearning design service.
Committed to developing professional knowledge, skills, and abilities around workplace skills, career and interpersonal development, leadership and management.
Offering development and training opportunities for staff navigating and working within research at Flinders, including research administration, mentoring, grant writing, ethics, and effective time management.
A Professional Development program provided for all Research Higher Degree students enrolled at Flinders, including PhD candidates and Masters by Research students.
Training sessions for staff on using the student, finance, webpage updating, central records, and HR systems.
Resources and workshops for staff to cover the EO and WHS requirements of the University.
Funding opportunities, awards, and study assistance are available for professional staff through the Professional Development Unit. Information about awards, grants and assistance for academic staff can be found on the Graduation, Awards, Prizes and Recognition of Service page.
A variety of interesting seminars, events and conferences are held by the University throughout the year. Check this page regularly, as well as the Flinders in Touch newsletter to keep updated.
Flinders has a national reputation for equitable and innovative ways of providing access to its courses and programs for people from non-traditional backgrounds. They include the Foundation Course, Non-award study and the Indigenous Admissions Scheme. You can find more information on the Adult Entry to University page. It's never too late!
Following are links to newsletters, blogs and other resources to help keep you informed of what's happening at Flinders.
Dates for the academic year, critical enrolment dates, and links to other important information.
This group meets at least once a year, providing an avenue for women to raise issues of interest and provide feedback on equal opportunity and diversity matters. Meetings and discussion topics will be convened through the FlindersWIN listserver. All academic and professional staff women are welcome to participate.
A list of blogs hosted by Flinders University. You can find more at Flinders News and Events .
Up-to-date information about People and Culture issues.