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UHR aims to support and enhance the career and development of HR professionals to ensure they feel equipped and confident to succeed in their role. We do this by offering a varied programme of events, workshops and training programmes as well as resources and learning schemes.
UHR has a CPD Framework that seeks to support and develop HR professionals working in its member organisations. This includes a variety of development days and programmes for all levels of staff, linked to the CIPD profession map. View our CPD Framework and CPD schedule of activities.
Events and Workshops
At UHR we aim to foster the professional development of all HR professionals and therefore host workshops and a range of events throughout the year. Check out our events page to find out more about our schedule of events and what we have on offer.
The UHR Mentoring Scheme is a free, national mentoring service open to all its HR professional members across the UK Higher Education sector. With mentors either at HR Director level or established seniors in the sector, mentees can benefit from both their experience and expertise and knowledge to help support their own career.
If your Staff Development Teams are not able to assist on any occasion, then as a UHR member, you can access a range of courses through the below provider at a discounted rate. They have a range of courses on their website that may just tick the box for your development needs:
Hemley Fraser Open training courses stand at £375 + VAT for one day and £700 for 2 days, representing a 30% discount on average. No discounts apply to accredited courses. Contact Jude on Jude.Brown@hemsleyfraser.co.uk to book a place.
Note: 2020 prices
Other events and programmes
Various programmes and events that may be of interest to UHR members and their staff are run by the following organisations:
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