Mandatory Training

There are five mandatory training courses for all University staff:

  • Fire Safety
  • Protecting Information (Information Security)
  • Protecting Personal Data (Information Security)
  • Fraud and Bribery
  • Supporting our Students

All of these courses are e-learning courses and are listed below. You will need to be signed in with your University log in details.

Fire Safety

Current Health and Safety Law and the University's Policy and Arrangements and the Fire Safety Policy require that all staff and postgraduate students undertake fire training annually.

This course requires audio unless you choose the subtitles option.

It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. This course needs to be renewed every year.

Fire safety training.

Protecting Information (Information Security)

This course will teach you the basic skills needed to use University information safely and introduces the key concepts of information security.

Our aim is to make the information you need available to you wherever you are and with whatever computing equipment you need to work on, whilst ensuring that the information is protected from harm.

This course requires renewal every two years.

Protecting Information training.

Protecting Personal Data (Information Security)

The University is responsible for large amounts of personal data, including data about staff, students, research participants and visitors.

Processing personal data is an essential part of University work but we must do it safely.

This course requires renewal every two years.

Protecting Personal Data training.

Fraud and Bribery

Please click 'log in'. The training has been developed for use across the HE Sector and it offers some really helpful insights into spotting the circumstances of bribery and fraud.

1) Log into MUSE

2) Open My Services and then MOLE.

3) Click on the Department of Finance Web page for "Information for Staff" and then click on the topic of Fraud, Bribery and Whistleblowing:-

4) In the "Important Resources" section in the top, right hand side of this web page, click on the link that is titled "Fraud and Bribery Act On Line Training".

(You need to be logged into MOLE for the link to work.)

5) You'll arrive at a page to "Self Enrol" onto the training, then click "Submit" and "OK" to continue.

6) Once you have launched the training it will appear as a series of slides to navigate through using the right and left arrow buttons at the foot of the screen.

7) Any references in the slides to material held by "the Registrar" means the information shown on the Department of Finance web pages.

8) Finally, upon completion of the course, simply close down the entire session rather than searching for an Exit button.

It should only take about 20-25 minutes to complete.

Fraud and Bribery training.

Supporting our Students

This online course provides information about the various support services that are available for students. It will help you to quickly and confidently signpost students to the advice and support they need.

It will take about 20 minutes to complete. On completion, you will receive access to a resource guide of the course information to refer to when needed. This course is mandatory for all staff and is renewable every 2 years.

Supporting our Students training.