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Central Induction board game nominated for award

People playing induction board game

This is, most often, a first training experience for new colleagues so it’s especially important to get it right. To meet changing demands and refresh the experience the central induction course for new colleagues was completely redeveloped. This included quite radical change and we now have a UoR board game as part of the morning, amongst other things.

The new central induction has had fantastic feedback since it was launched in March, with more colleagues than ever attending and contributing to the events and even continuing their networking by meeting up for coffee and lunch after attending the sessions.

Our new approach was entered into the Training Journal Awards and it is really pleasing to hear that we were shortlisted for Best Operational Programme. The awards ceremony was held on 4 December 2018 in London. Unfortunately we were unsuccessful but Hannah Henretty, Learning and Development Officer, said:

“The judges noted how tough the category was to judge this year, so we are very pleased to have gained recognition from the Training Journal Awards by being shortlisted and becoming a finalist.”

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