Cary L. Cooper and Ian Hesketh (University of Lancaster) have recently published a best practice guide to Managing Health and Wellbeing in the Public Sector (Routledge). A 20% discount flyer is attached. Content details are as follows:
The Centre are please to anounce more PhD Studentship opportunities.
Please see the attched flyer for information
Our final contribution to CPD Week focuses on some of the work we have done in collaboration with our partners from the College of Policing and police forces that are members of the Centre.
For our CPD week theme today we are going to focus on the courses that you have already found the most popular. One of the hottest topics at present is cyber security. Our course “Introduction to Cyber Security” has now passed the 150,000 learners milestone and we would like it to move on towar
Today we would like to direct you towards our free courses that cover the topics of personal resilience, wellbeing and mental health. The Centre has picked out 18 separate free courses that cover these topics and listed them on our web page about free learning page. You can access this
One of the Centre’s main strengths is its expertise in the CPD Week theme of Leadership. One of our favourite videos on our YouTube Playlist is entitled “Politically astute leadership for public managers” featuring a discussion by the Centre's Academic Director, Jean Hartley. This is w
Welcome to the centre’s contribution to CPD Week. Just like last year, each day this week we will highlight an aspect of our work which is contributing to continuing professional development in policing.
The Centre celebrated the presentation of an Open University honorary degree to Sir Matt Baggott, previous Chief of PSNI on the 27 October 2017.
The Open University's software engineering and design (SEAD) group, an academic partner within the OU Policing Centre, has been awarded a prestigious EPSRC Platform Grant to support the group’s strategic research activities for the next five years, including collaborations with policing partners
The Open University, in collaboration with Oxford University, has developed a website providing resources to support teacher-training in schools, colleges, universities and other sectors.