The University offers staff a range of courses and resources to help improve your mental and physical wellbeing at work and in life.

An update on our Short Courses

An update from the Staff Development team, January 2021
You may have seen in our recent bulletins that Staff Development are currently working hard to launch 'Develop', a new learning management system, in the springtime, enhancing the way in which staff and managers engage with their own learning & development, essential training and staff review. 
In order that we may launch Develop as soon as possible, some elements of the usual Staff Development offer will be temporarily paused or entrusted to external facilitators while our team are busy readying the platform for action. Please also remember that parts of our offer have been revised to account for current remote working practices or converted into online resources for now. You can browse all available opportunities under the headings below
We hope that you can bear with us over the next couple of months and look forward to introducing Develop to staff in the spring. Many thanks, Staff Development team. 

Resources for Wellbeing

Staff wellbeing and mental health

The health and happiness of our staff is of paramount importance to us. We are committed to providing support where we can, to help you deal with any issues around your mental health and wellbeing. We have 

EDI guide to Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing

The guide includes

  • Time to Change campaign - personal stories
  • Policy and Guidance for managers
  • Support for staff

Healthy Living

Sport, Exercise and Health offer a range of memberships, classes and facilities that can contribute to your health and wellbeing.

Staff Social

Staff Social is all about getting you connected with the University community – its events, clubs, people and places

Staff Counselling Service

The Staff Counselling Service offers individual counselling appointments and group sessions on mindfulness. 

Positive working

Find out how we aim to make working life at the University productive, rewarding, enjoyable and healthy. Visit the PositiveWorking@Bristol web pages

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