Contact POD (x44606; x43693; firstname.lastname@example.org).
One and a half hours.
Briefing session held at Park House Annexe (Situated at G19 in the green zone on the campus map).
Who it is suitable for
You will be a line manager or nominated PDR reviewer undertaking the annual Performance and Development Reviews (PDRs) of academic or academic related staff (Grades 6 to 10) for the first time. PDRs are a vital part of ensuring that individuals are clear as to what is expected of them, receive feedback on their performance and are supported to develop to their full potential. It is a University requirement that all reviewers of academic, or academic related staff, attend this briefing before carrying out a PDR.
The workshop will cover:
- Benefits of PDRs for individuals and the University
- Key features of PDRs and the process
- Carrying out an effective review
What you will be able to do after the course
You will understand the benefits of PDRs for individuals and the University, the key stages in the PDR process, the role of reviewers and the documentation used.
So what’s distinctive?
This is absolutely essential training for anyone undertaking PDRs for the first time.
How to book
Please submit a booking form.
For further information on academic and academic related PDRs, please use the following link, PDR for reviewees (support staff).