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Staff access

Staff members at City Lit can access their emails and resources here...


Access your e-mails/Resetting your password

Access your emails at

You can reset your password at Microsoft Online Password Reset 

If you still need assistance, please contact the IT Helpdesk at :


Viewing your payslip and applying for roles

Internal roles, work schedules, details of your payslip and personal details will be listed on our Human Resources Portal.


Teaching and Learning at City Lit

The Teaching and Learning at City Lit site is designed as an online handbook for City Lit tutors.  Here you can find a wealth of information to support your teaching– from key contacts and resources,  to advice on course planning and RARPA, to guidance and tips for teaching on Zoom and Google Classroom. 


Access your e-registers

Take the class register here.             

If you are unable to login, please contact IT Services at

Information and guidance about e-registers

You can find step-by-step guidance on how to use ebs ontrack to record attendance on the Teaching and Learning at City Lit site.



Access, Inclusion and Support hub

On the Access, Inclusion and Support hub you will find information sheets about working with students with a range of support needs and about City Lit’s inclusive ethos. You will also find information about how to refer students, how to embark on conversations with learners about their  support needs and contact details for the support team.


Tutor Development Programme

The Tutor Development team offers free training and support to City Lit tutors on an ongoing basis.

The programme is diverse in nature and format and focuses on: tutors' digital skills, pedagogical approaches and skills, and wellbeing. The programme is responsive to tutors' interests and needs.

We also run regular sharing practice events 'By Tutors for Tutors', Tutors' Helpline, Level 3 Award in Education and Training (City & Guilds 6502) and Train the Trainer courses.

Our current programme focuses on short online sessions - see our Bitesize Training Programme. You will find the access code for booking sessions in the recent email sent by the Tutor Development team.

If you have any questions or suggestions about the training programme, please email:


The Tutor Toolkit

This is an online training module designed for you if you are new to teaching, or you are an experienced tutor or would just like to update yourself about aspects of learning and teaching.

It covers the basics of teaching and has 9 short units, with activities and/or quizzes to complete throughout. It should take 3 – 4 hours to complete if you work through the whole course (though we would advise you to do it in sections).

Please click here to go to the Tutor Toolkit to find out more or to start the module.

The course is self assessed. However, if you would like a certificate, please contact We will ask you to submit a lesson plan and meet with you to discuss your session.


Teacher resources

Find some general useful resources for teachers such as off-site class information, Scheme of work, lesson plan and RARPA templates and examples, Learning and teaching class visits information and the Teaching and Learning Issues Newsletter archive on the Teacher Resources page.