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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Managing Relationships and Work

The Managing Relationships theme within the Applying Psychology to Work hub has been designed to help you understand your workplace relationships. It provides you with skills, tools, resources and short courses to manage and maintain healthy and sustaining professional relationships with your colleagues. 

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Wellbeing for Work

Wellbeing for Work is one of the five themes in the Applying Psychology to Work hub. The hub provides tools, resources and short courses to help develop skills and knowledge towards or enhancing current employment experiences or preparing for new roles or positions.

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Trust in the Workplace

In the Trust and Work theme in our Applying Psychology to Work hub we have many rescources to help you explore managing trust.

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Dealing with Change

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic brought about great change. In our Change and Work theme in our Applying Psychology to Work hub we have many rescources to help you make sense of change. 

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Signposts for Work

Signposts for Work has been developed as a theme within the Applying Psychology to Work Hub, providing tools, resources and short courses to help develop skills and knowledge towards preparing for new work or enhancing a current career journey.

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Education & Development 

Am I ready to be a distance learner?

Distance learning can open up opportunities for study. You might have not studied for a while, you might be returning to education, or you might not have had the chance to study at a higher level before. This free course, Am I ready to be a distance learner?, will help to boost your confidence. You'll explore useful skills so you can discover how ready you are to study and how to develop your study skills in six steps to become a successful distance learner.

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3 hrs
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Education & Development 

An informal and friendly introduction to British Sign Language

The Open University Students Association has created a series of video tutorials to introduce British Sign Language.

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Science, Maths & Technology 

An introduction to design engineering

This free course, An introduction to design engineering, looks at the way in which engineers use ideas and approaches from the discipline of design thinking to inform their work. The complexity that people bring to design problems is introduced, along with some basic methods of dealing with such complexity.

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10 hrs
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Applying Psychology to Work Activity

Would you like to know more about the resources available in this hub, and how they could help you and/or your organisation? Have a go at this activity to explore new thinking and ideas. 

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Bullying and Manipulation: Join the Resistance

When a person is being bullied, who’s at fault - the bully, the enablers, or the bystanders? This interactive explores bullying at work, school and even on Twitter at the hands of Donald Trump.

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Money & Business 

Business communication: writing a SWOT analysis

This free course, Business communication: writing a SWOT analysis, is designed to develop your writing skills for business. You will be taken step by step through the process of writing a SWOT analysis, with clear advice on selecting key information from a case study text, making concise notes, choosing an appropriate structure and using language effectively. You will learn how to write a formal report including recommendations, based on a case study analysis of the British company, Brompton Bicycle.

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8 hrs
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Can science make you a better leader?

We're going through a period where trust in leadership is at an all time low. Does science have any advice for those who would be out in front?

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