The courses in our Academic section, including Student Disclosure of Unwanted Sexual Incidents, Student Consumer Rights for Staff Members and Student Mental Health have been designed and developed for education professionals working in the higher education and further education sectors.
Are your staff aware of student consumer rights? Since the introduction of new Consumer Right Act in 2015, students are now recognised in law as ‘consumers’, and get the same protection as any consumer entering into a contract to purchase goods or services.View Course
Developed in partnership with Coventry University and Rape Crisis England & Wales, uniquely this Student Disclosure of Unwanted Sexual Incidents course is the only online disclosure module developed in partnership with Rape Crisis.View Course
Our new ‘Academic range’ courses Released in 2016 this suite of three courses includes: Academic misconduct – to raise student awareness of policies on cheating and plagiarism PhD supervision – for new and existing PhD supervisors Research ethics – for anyone involved in research.View Course
Supporting students Our Student Mental Health course has been developed for staff working with students and aims to raise awareness of student mental health issues, aid identification of symptoms and suggest practical steps that can be taken.View Course