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. This one day induction event will provide managers with the HR information and resources to acclimatise to the University environment and their role as managers quickly and effectively.
What It Covers:
Participants will have the opportunity to meet and hear from a range of senior Human Resource professionals who will support participants to:
Familiarise themselves with the key concepts and principles of the HR policy framework (the UniSA way) and best practice processes in an interactive environment
Understand their role and responsibilities within HR functions including recruitment and onboarding, performance development and management, employment relations and OHSW
Receive practical information to answer the question "what do I need to know" as a new manager
Find further information, resources and support to assist managers in key areas of management responsibility.
Who Should Attend:
Staff with responsibility for the supervision of staff are encouraged to attend Manager Essentials as part of their induction program. A "manager" may be defined as:
Detailed program - what to expect on the day
Manager Essentials Program 8 March 2016 (PDF 292kb)
All sessions are held at 101 Currie Street, Level 2 in the AU2-02 Training Room and run from 9.00am - 4.00pm.
Tuesday 21 March
Tuesday 13 June
Tuesday 3 October
Click on the 'register here' button to link to online workshop registrations.
Need help registering your interest for a workshop? Visit the Online workshop registration guide
An exciting new online workshop registration process has been developed
to assist in streamlining access, communication and approval. Follow
these simple steps to register your interest.
To assist staff in using the new system a video tutorial
has been developed -
myHR online help guide.
Additional development initiatives offered by University of South Australia complement the manager induction and development program and that of our staff, for more information visit http://w3.unisa.edu.au/staffdev/2.asp
Please note: some development activities run by the
Manager Induction and Development Program will be by nomination only.
Megan de Lacy,
Consultant: Organisational Development
People Development and Performance
Phone: (08) 08302 1636
Days of work: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
For general queries or workshop
cancellations please contact: