The Faculty intranet is increasingly used by Members as the central source for up-to-date information. Faculty announcements, events and news are all regularly updated enabling members to quickly find current information of interest.
In addition, the intranet provides a simple way to access core Faculty and FSL services: Faculty Responses; the CPD plan and Course Catalogue; Library Electronic Resources and Enquiry Form; Staff and Member Contact Lookup; email and business diary; the Electronic Fee Rendering application and IT services.
On Tuesday 22 May, two identical training sessions will be presented by Helen Robinson (Advocates Library) and Mark Beecham (IT) to demonstrate these facilities, and Members will also have the opportunity to ask questions about its use.
Members attending one of these sessions will be credited with half an hour of CPD. These sessions are open to all Members of Faculty. Only 20 places are available for each session, however, and they will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
• Session 1 9.15am – 9.45am
• Session 2 12.15pm – 12.45pm
Representatives from the Library and IT Department will demonstrate the intranet via a laptop and projector so there will be no need to bring your own laptops.
This training falls within the total allowance of 3 hours of CPD in each CPD year for Members undertaking training in IT provided by the Faculty.
Please register for this event, stating your preferred session,
with Catriona Thomson in the Training & Education Department firstname.lastname@example.org