All posts by Jodie Flowerday

Senior Policy Advisor - Vice Chancellor's Office

Last chance to provide feedback on policy for 2019

The holidays are around the corner !

Head to the UCPL webpages to see what policies are coming up for review in December. Get your feedback to the Contact Officers as soon as possible!

Want to know what policies are coming up for review in 2020 and how to provide feedback on a UCPL policy document ? Check out the  documents due for review to see what you can provide feedback on!

Then, get in contact with the contact officer, the contact officer details page on the UC website identifies who is in which role for you to find the best person to contact.

 

Take the opportunity to contribute to UC policy before year’s end

The end of the year is closing in, which means your chance to provide feedback on UC Policy Library documents before the end of the year is also closing.

Give feedback on UC Policy Library documents which are coming up for review within in the next 4 months (listed here) by contacting the Contact Officer named on the policy. Contact officer details are available  here.

The UC Policy Library holds most institution wide policy documents, so check here in the first instance to find out whether there is direction or information from Council or SMT on a particular topic or issue.

The UC Policy Library resources


Contact Officers and Approval Authorities can access a number of resources to assist them through the policy development and review process. These are available through UCPL webpages, templates and exemplars.

Have a read of the  Metapolicy. This has information on the structures around policy at UC.

Want to know what policies are coming up for review and how to provide feedback on a UCPL policy document ? Check out the  documents due for review to see what you can provide feedback on!

Then, get in contact with the contact officer, the contact officer details page on the UC website identifies who is which role for you!

 

Protected Disclosures – How to make a Protected Disclosure at UC

Reporting “serious wrong-doing” or “whistle-blowing”

UC has a policy on how staff are to report ‘serious wrong-doing’  (as defined by the Protected Disclosures Act 2000) and how those handling a disclosure are to behave. Our policy on this is the Protected Disclosures Act -Internal Procedures and Code of Conduct, which is available via the UC Policy Library.

A protected disclosure offers employees some protection, in certain circumstances, from detrimental actions or consequences of reporting serious wrong-doing .

Any enquiries on the policy can be directed to the Registrar, Jeff Field.