Help & Training
Our team of Web & Digital Officers provide specialist advice, guidance, training and support to the University community, to assist in the delivery of high quality website content.
Contact the Web & Digital Officers by completing this contact form.
If you’d like to learn how to edit a University website and have written authorisation from an existing site maintainer, please request a Drupal training session.
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For new site maintainers, the training will cover all the information you need to successfully update your University website. For existing website editors, we’re happy to provide refresher training session, if needed.
Website editing training requests
Anyone wanting to edit a University website must undertake a training session provided by the Web & Digital Team before they are given editing access.
If you would like to edit a University website, you first need to obtain approval from the site administrator or Head of department, as there are a limited number of editors allowed for each site. Once you have approval, register via the links below for the relevant session, which is mandatory for all training sessions, as there are limited spaces.
Those who attend a TMS or Drupal website editing training without registering prior, will not be allowed to complete the session.
Register for training
University websites are currently in the process of moving from our TMS content management system to our new Drupal platform. If your website has already been migrated to Drupal, you’ll need to arrange Drupal training before you can make changes to your website.
If your University website hasn’t yet been migrated to Drupal, you'll need to have some TMS training so you can update your website using this content management system.
To register, please contact the Web & Digital Team.
Please note: Scheduled TMS training sessions are no longer offered and we ask that you consider migrating your site to Drupal if you require new website editors for your site. This is to reduce the number of training sessions staff will have to attend and to avoid unnecessary training in a system that is being phased out.
If your University blog site hasn’t yet been migrated to Drupal, you’ll need to have some Wordpress blog training so you can add/edit posts.
Not sure which training you need?
If you’re not sure whether your website uses TMS or Drupal, please contact the Web & Digital Team and we’ll let you know and then arrange the right training for you.