LJMU Corporate E-Learning Modules
The University's e-learning modules are to be completed by all University staff annually. The modules provide an overview of the legislation and will help you to understand your rights and responsibilities as well as identify further sources of help.
Please Note: If you are a new member of staff you MUST register for the module before you can access it please click link to the Access Guide for information.
Diversity in the Workplace
This module is designed to raise awareness of equal opportunities legislation, develop understanding of the issues of equality and diversity to ensure all members of staff appreciate their responsibilities.
Working through the module will:
- Help you to understand the equal opportunities legislation
- Develop understanding of the issues of equality and diversity
- Subject areas can be used as a valuable reference resource
- Links to the University policies and guidance, providing supplementary guidance for managers and staff
The module takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. In each section you can check your knowledge by answering a quiz. At the end of the module you are required to complete a short test and a score of 12 points is required to successfully pass the module. If necessary you may retake the test several times.
This module is designed to support the good handling of information and its legal compliance; and provides an overview of the legislation and a helpful introduction to Records Management, Data Protection, Data Security and Freedom of Information.
Working through the module will:
- Help you to understand the principle of good Records Managemnet
- Introduce the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts, their basic requirements, your rights and responsibilities
- Provide guidance and good practice
- Raise awareness of University policies and guidance
The modules do not have to be completed all at once. It is possible to go through them in stages and you can revisit all of it or sections of it, as often as you want.
The modules take approximately 45 minutes to complete. In each section you can check your knowledge by answering questions. At the end of the module you are required to complete a short quiz , a score of 12 points are required to successfully pass the modules. If necessary you may retake the quiz several times.
A certificate is available at the end of the module and as the modules are mandatory staff completion will be monitored and reported to SMG and the Audit Committee on an annual basis.
Your feedback is welcomed on the Data Protection module please contact Denise Tipping, Freedom of Information and Data Protection Officer, ext 3116 email D.Tipping@ljmu.ac.uk
For access or administration issues please contact Julie Bennett, Admin Systems Co-Ordinator, ext 8014 email J.Bennett1@ljmu.ac.uk
For queries about Data Protection please contact your departmental Data Protection Adviser http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/secretariat/121162.htm
Institutionally, it is esential that LJMU demonstrates that it is actively working to prevent bribery and other fruadulent activities. All staff should be aware of their responsibilities to avoid being in situations and circumstances where there may be a suspicion or incidence of fraud, bribery or corrupt practice.
For further advice about countering bribery, fraud and corruption and LJMU's measures to prevent their incidence, please contact Peter Hinton, Executive Director and Interim Director of Corporate Services email P.G.Hinton@ljmu.ac.uk
Please Note: To access both the modules please login with the Username and Password previously used for the Marshalls 'Diversity in the Workplace' Module http://marshallacm.upsidelms.com/marshall/login/liverpooljmu.jsp
Pleaser refer to the User Access Guide to open the modules.