- Performance Management
- Training and Development
- Staying Informed
- For Adminstrative Staff
- Making the Most of your Working Life
Performance Management website
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:Centre for University Teaching
Support and training for teaching and research staff.Centre for Educational Information and Communication Technologies
Support and training for all staff who use Information and Educational Technologies.Professional Development Unit
Professional development and leadership and management training opportunities for all staff.How to enrol in workshops (PDF 522KB)
Following are links to newsletters, ‘blogs and other resources to help keep you informed of what's happening at Flinders.Important Dates
Dates for the academic year, critical enrolment dates, and links to other important information.State of the University
A perspective by the Vice-Chancellor, including recent reports and presentations.Women's Reference Group
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.Flinders Blogs
A list of ‘blogs hosted by Flinders University. You can find more at Flinders News and Events.
Up-to-date information about Human Resource issues.
Administrative Staff are often the first point of call for internal staff as well as students, contractors, visitors and the general public, so they need to have access to a large amount of information. Here are some links which may be useful for administrative staff to bookmark for future reference.
There are a number of ways you can make the most of your time at Flinders University.
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 webpage. It's never too late!
Awards, grants, funding opportunities and study assistance are available for academic and professional staff. See the website for more details and eligibility criteria. You can also find more information on the Staff Awards webpage.
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. Some of our public lectures and forums are also recorded.
Flinders ONEsportsandfitness provides excellent sporting and fitness facilities including a 3 level fitness centre with group fitness room, cardio room, weights room and gymnasium with showers, changerooms and lockers available. Personal training and short courses are also available. Eligible staff members may wish to Salary Package their gym membership, or alternatively utilise the many sporting fields, tennis courts or get involved in the annual Corporate Cup.
The Fridays at the Library series comprises a range of cultural, artistic and topical events.
Flinders Music Advisory Committee provides a series of lunchtime concerts during the academic year featuring many styles and genres, including jazz, folk, classical, pop and contemporary.
This page briefly lists some interesting places that can be found around Flinders University, and some of the activities available locally.