Saturday 27 June, 10am-3pm, 79 Springfield Road, St Albans
Whānau Day activities include: Māori mākete (arts and crafts), work-shops, wahanga kai (kai stalls); Kapa Haka, guest speaker and story telling by the CCC Library.
To hold a stall or book a hangi ($10), please contact Rehua Marae on 03 355 5615.
Learning and Development workshops
Learning and development opportunities can be found on theLearning and Development Intranet.
- Managers/Heads – are you looking for ways to increase the impact of your discussions with your staff and colleagues? The Coaching programme is for you! – 25/26 June and 30 July
- Or, if you want to maximise the outputs of your meetings, take part in our Chairing effective meetings session – 30 June.
- All UC staff who have direct contact and interact with students and other customers (internal or external) will benefit from participating in our Dealing with challenging client situation course – 4 August
- Improve your processes and maximise your productivity with ourPersonal Efficiency Programme – 8 and 22 July. Two places are available on this course.
Health and Safety Training
Coming up in June and July:
Places are still available on the following sessions:
- Lab Managers Training, 15 June, 9am-1pm
- First Aid Revalidation, 23 June, full day
- Health and Safety Planning for Managers, 23 July, 9am-1pm
For more information and to enrol or waitlist for any 2015 Health & Safety training workshops, please see the Health & Safety Information and Training Intranet.
The latest collection of poetry from Mary Cresswell has been published by Canterbury University Press.
In this collection, Cresswell is at her imaginative best as she builds on her experiments with ghazal, a traditional form of Middle Eastern and Indian lyric poetry.
You can read more about the book here.
UC’s Open Day will be held on Thursday 9 July 2015, 9.30am-5pm, and we need you to help us deliver a spectacular day.
UC staff involvement is essential to provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere to our prospective students and their families. There are a variety of roles available on the day including meet and greet, campus ambassadors, accommodation tour drivers, survey collectors and department tour guide assistant. Your involvement can be for all or part of the day from 9am onwards. Volunteer with a friend and we will try to allocate you to a role together.
More information on Open Day can be found on the Open Day website. If you are interested in being involved please register your interest by emailing the Events team.