Induction for New Staff and Students
New to the Research Centre for Reproductive Health and the University of Adelaide ?
Commencing at a new workplace can be both exciting and a little overwhelming. The transition to the new workplace is made easier and more effective if there is a thorough induction process. It is the responsibility of your supervisor to ensure you receive a comprehensive local induction as well as completing online training courses.
Online Training Courses to be completed as part of your probation:
- Corporate Induction
A short course introducing you to the University of Adelaide and providing you with essential tools, links and information.
- HSW (OHS) Training
This course outlines your responsibilities and the University's responsibilities in Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare.
- Equity & Diversity (EO Online)
This course provides information on your rights and responsibilities regarding equal opportunity, discrimination and harassment under State and Federal legislation and University policy.
- Fraud Control Induction
This course introduces the concept of fraud in the context of the University workplace and outlines what University staff should do if fraudulent behaviour is suspected.
- Legal Compliance Induction
This course introduces the concept of legal compliance in the University context and outlines the resources available to staff to assist in development of their compliance knowledge.
- Online Copyright Course
The Online Copyright Course is available for all staff. It is part of the required induction for new academic staff Level B and above and professional staff whose role requires an understanding of copyright issues.
- Recordkeeping Induction
All academic and professional staff create and manage records as part of their work; this course provides you with the information to help you identify University records and understand your recordkeeping responsibilities.