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Careers and professional development training

Careers and professional development training

A series of workshops designed to develop your professional attributes and help you prepare for life after your PhD - whether within or beyond academia. Each workshop runs independently but you are welcome, and encouraged, to register for as many as you wish to attend.

Making the most of technology to manage and promote your research

25th April, Room 1, Open University, Camden 2-5pm

Trainer: Catherine Pope

This practical workshop guides you through some of the best digital tools available for managing and promoting your research. The session covers: digital tools for managing research material; promoting research through academic networking; building an academic web presence with social media.

Designing and delivering effective presentations

3rd and 4th May, Open University Camden campus, room 2BC (3rd May) and room 1 (4th May) [two full days]

Trainer: Steve Creffield

This two day workshop provides detailed guidance on designing and delivering presentations in a range of contexts. These skills will be hugely beneficial to you whether you are targeting an academic or non-academic career.

Hands-on media training

8th and 9th May, Goldsmiths, Richard Hoggart Building, room 307 [two full days]

Trainer: Collab Lab

The training teaches you how to create short, impactful films that showcase your research. You will be trained in shooting and editing using affordable technologies and given guidance on how to craft their films to give them the widest possible appeal.

Being an effective tutor

10th May, Birkbeck, Malet Street, room 415 [one full day]

Trainer: Steve Creffield

This workshop offers guidance and support for researchers who are new to teaching. It is intended to add value to the tutor training that you will receive from your home institution.

Mock academic interview session

14th May, SOAS, Room G51 [afternoon]

23rd May, SOAS, Room 4429 [morning]

Please note: this half day session is being repeated twice - only sign up for your preferred date.

The session offers you the opportunity to observe an actor undertaking a mock interview led by senior CHASE academics. You are able to ask questions throughout. There will also be opportunities for you to undertake your own mock interview or be part of the interview panel, with feedback from the actor, interview panel and audience.

Impact and research communication skills

22nd June, Birkbeck, Malet Street, Room 253 [one full day]

Trainer: Josie Dixon

This one day workshop introduces you to the concept of research impact, how impact can be achieved, and how research should be communicated with wider audiences. The session will be useful for anyone targeting an academic career but also when you need to communicate your research in applications for jobs in a wider range of fields.


This training is open to:

 

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Making the most of technology to manage and promote your research - 25th April
Designing and delivering effective presentations - 3rd and 4th May
I require accommodation on 3rd May
Hands on media training - 8th and 9th May
I require accommodation on 8th May
Being an effective tutor - 10th May
Mock academic interview session - 15th or 23rd May
Impact and research communication skills - 22nd June