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The Development Program for Academics is one of a suite of professional 

development activities designed to support UniSA's best asset, its people.

The Development Program for Academics aims to:

          • enable people to extend their knowledge, skills and capabilities,

          • connect people to support and development initiatives across the University,

          • develop the core attributes that exemplify an enterprising workplace and culture,

          • share knowledge about good practice, the University and its processes, and

          • build collaboration and networks to support our achievements as a University of Enterprise

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Introductory Seminar for people recently appointed to the role of Course Coordinator

Materials, video & resources from the 2017 seminar.
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Introductor Seminar for people recently appointed to the role of Program Director

Materials, videos & resources from the 2017 seminar.

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Applying for promotion?

Check out the videos from the 2017 information seminar with the Senior Management Group + other documentation and resources to support you. 

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Other Professional Development

Aboriginal Cultural

Spirit of Campus Artwork

Cultural Awareness is a vital component of our Reconciliation Action Plan, our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Strategy and our ambition to be the University of Choice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


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Women's Development 

The Women's Development Program is a suite of development and networking progams specifically targeted to academic and professional women across the University.


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The Manager Essentials program is an induction to the role of manager, and designed for staff who are new to the University or new to a leadership role within the University.


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Teaching & 

Check this site for upcoming Teaching Innovation Unit (TUI) and Research Education Support Activities (RESA) such as Engaging Learners Online & research supervision @ UniSA.


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