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The Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD) offers a range of learning and development services to external clients which include higher education providers, further education colleges and companies from many industries including financial services, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing and publishing.
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From the point of your initial inquiry, you will work with one of our developer-consultants, either a member of our team based at our Wheatley campus, or one of our trusted, expert affiliates who support our consultancy, knowledge exchange and research activities.
We offer high quality courses, workshops and accredited programmes in Oxford, online or at a location of your choice in the UK or overseas. We can develop these to meet your specific needs, including seeking recognition for the study plans we create from the Institute of Leadership and Management, where appropriate.
We use a range of course designs and technologies to provide leading-edge staff development which challenges and engages. Our approach is evidence-based and scholarly, allowing us to design bespoke interventions which meet your needs.
Our breadth of expertise and work in the last five years includes:
Read more about our consultancy and knowledge exchange work.
We also run courses and conferences, in Oxford or online, that are open to fee-paying individuals who meet any attendance requirements. Popular courses for external participants include those recognised by the Institute of Leadership and Management, workplace coaching and those to support Higher Education teachers.
Browse our course listings, EXPLORE@Brookes or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to support your individual learning needs
Many of our resources are freely available and some are very widely cited, including those by former colleagues in the OCSLD, such as the reflective cycle of learning developed by Graham Gibbs. View and order copies of our publications - many are free and available as open educational resources.