As a socially progressive, people-oriented and collaborative place of work and study, the University offers a range of equality, diversity and inclusion courses for staff and students. We encourage members of the Strathclyde community to actively engage in the learning and development opportunities available.
Equality & Diversity e-Learning Courses
Equality and diversity e-learning courses are available for staff and students via the LearnUpon platform. There are three core courses for staff and for students, and a range of additional courses for staff in particular roles and for staff seeking to increase their understanding of particular equality, diversity and inclusion-related topics
Download a copy of the Equality & Diversity Course List 2021-22.
Registration and log-in
- Courses are available via the LearnUpon platform
- If this is your first time accessing the LearnUpon platform, click on the registration link. Use your Strathclyde email address and set up a password
- If you have accessed the platform before, log in using your complete your Strathclyde email address and LearnUpon password
- If you have forgotten your password, click on the ‘forgot password’ link and a new password will be sent to your email address
If you have any further queries, contact the Equality and Diversity Office: email@example.com
Organisational and Staff Development Unit
If you’re a Strathclyde staff member or PGR, you can access a range of courses via the Organisational and Staff Development Unit (OSDU), including development opportunities and information sessions on a range of equality, diversity and inclusion topics. Access the full OSDU training catalogue here.
Mental health and wellbeing courses and training
The University’s Disability & Wellbeing Service offers a range of courses, training and development opportunities relating to mental health and wellbeing. This includes training programmes (such as mental health first aid and suicide alertness), a range of guides and e-learning packages, and bookable wellbeing programmes. Access the list of courses and training here.
Further learning and development opportunities
Union Black: Britain’s Black cultures and steps to anti-racism
A free, six-hour online course available to Strathclyde students and staff. Visit our dedicated Union Black page for more information.
Understanding Violence Against Women: Myths and Realities
A free, eight-week online course developed by Strathclyde researchers. Available via FutureLearn.
Gender Representation in the Media
A free, seven-week online course developed by Strathclyde researchers. Available via FutureLearn.