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Practice No. 1294
Last modified: 20/07/2012 09:22:45
In previous years when ring-fenced Roberts’ funding was allocated to HEIs, RCUK produced a summary of how that funding had been used.
Practice No. 1293
Last modified: 20/07/2012 08:57:34
This analysis summarises responses to RCUK’s 2011 survey of research organisations (ROs) regarding the impact of Roberts funding to date, responses to changes in funding and strategies to 2013.
The 2011 survey was voluntary and consisted of open-ended questions.
Practice No. 137
Last modified: 23/05/2011 07:10:23
Institution: University of Bolton
An electronic or paper tool which consolidates the consideration, analysis, development and recording of various professional and personal skills and academic processes during the various stages of a research student's programme
Practice No. 950
Last modified: 25/03/2011 16:16:29
Institution: University of LiverpoolThe Career Skills Option is a programme of events allowing postgraduate Researchers a range of provision (up to 10 alternatives) with which they can complete the Skills Programme. All of the options are worth at least three days of training as part of the compulsory Skills Programme at Liverpool. Options include a residential Enterprise School, Vitae GradSchools, Teaching and Volunteering programmes, the online Career Skills Portfolio, Research Council Yes competitions, internships and work experience,. Website: http://www.liv.ac.uk/gradschool/events/careerskills.htm Career skills managment is about the individual making choices so flexibility in terms of provision is most important and the online careers resources enable PGRs to basically perm their own career management programme from a selection of provision, events and self generated activity.
Practice No. 824
Last modified: 24/03/2011 14:36:36
Institution: University of ManchesterA programme accredited by the Institue of Leadership and Management (ILM), covering both theory and practice of management and leadership. It is designed for Research Staff who are interested in developing these key skill areas, both to support their current roles and their career development – whether in academia, industry, business or other contexts. Format: induction and taster (60-120 mins), seven one-day workshops over four months, a two-day residential intensive with a computer business game simulation, directed reading and discussion via an online forum, two written assessments.
Practice No. 584
Last modified: 25/11/2010 16:00:26
Institution: Lancaster UniversityThe university commisions an AGCAS qualified Careers Adviser to undertake one-to-one careers advice and guidance, and deliver a series of career development workshops for research staff.
Practice No. 61
Last modified: 25/11/2010 15:55:47
Institution: Lancaster UniversityAn institutional programme provided by departments, faculties and the University for postgraduate researchers. Complimented by an online tool 'MyPGR' containing a JSS-linked Development Needs Analysis, Record of Supervision Meetings, Skills Record and Personal Development Planner.
Practice No. 587
Last modified: 24/11/2010 10:23:50
Institution: Lancaster UniversityAn annual programme of workshops to develop the transferable skills and employability of research staff, facilitated by internal and external experts, and external researcher training providers.
Practice No. 1221
Last modified: 19/11/2010 14:40:42
Institution: University of LiverpoolWorkshops are facilitated by editors of high impact journals who discuss with participants key aspects within the writing process and the aims of the journal. Brief writing exercises on papers published by participants take place during the workshop. In addition, selected published articles from the journal are being discussed highlighting relevant points of interest that inform the writing process.
Practice No. 1205
Last modified: 17/11/2010 08:39:30
Institution: University of LiverpoolOnline Career Skills Portfolio - A flexible provision all PGR students at Liverpool, independent of their place of research, with opportunities to research and prepare for their future career. The course provides access to online resources, participation in online discussions, encouragement to engage in self-chosen activities and requires a structured meeting with their supervisor. The course also fulfils the career Skills requirement in the PhD programme at the University of Liverpool.