The Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA) promotes safety and health in higher education ensuring the wellbeing of university staff, students and visitors.
It produces statistical analysis of the sector’s H&S performance, runs events seminars and conferences, and publishes professional standards and guidance documents.
USHA leads the way with consultation and lobbying on national policies on the world stage, and offers members a community of support, knowledge sharing and networking.
This year we're putting the spotlight on training with a the seminar called 'Confident Competencies'
It's on the 25th September in York.
Sessions will include how to blend face to face and e-learning, the pros and cons of developing your own e-learning strategy, first-hand experience of developing a training needs analysis, how you engage the disengaged, and a practical session on how to deliver training.
The venue is right next door to the York railway station.
Trains from London’s Kings Cross take just 1 hour 50 minutes; from Manchester 1 hour 15 minutes; from Birmingham 2 hours 9 minutes and from Edinburgh 2 hours 28 minutes
To find out more about this exciting programme and how to book go to www.training.usha-seminar.org.uk
New beginnings at the USHA Annual Conference
USHAs 42nd Spring Conference at the Watford Hilton Hotel heralded the start for a number of things:
Click here to see all the photos from conference: