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Training provision for graduate students in the Graduate School of Life Sciences, University of Cambridge: a range of courses and learning events for graduate students, covering project specific and transferable skills.
Practice No. 498
Last modified: 23/12/2009 10:04:05
Institution: University of CambridgeAn overview of TST courses in the Graduate School of Life Sciences addressing the entire Roberts agenda, and run across the whole school or within individual Departments and Institutes; but run for the individual student rather than for the yeargroup or the course.
Transferable Skills Training provision for graduate students in the Graduate School of Life Sciences: Introductory Course
Practice No. 683
Last modified: 23/12/2009 10:02:38
Institution: University of CambridgeA 2 x ½ day compulsory Introductory session for all new graduate students emphasises the importance of transferable skills training and provides an introduction to the nature of Research Degrees, the Cambridge University system, scientific ethics, enterprise and IP. It includes a wide range of speakers from Academia and Industry, with an aim to introduce at least two academic research names and one external business celebrity that the students will have heard of before arrival in Cambridge.
Practice No. 852
Last modified: 03/12/2009 10:13:56
Institution: University of EssexEnterprising Futures (EF) is a two day course on the exploitation of research. It includes inputs from a range of experts from within the University and outside . Participants work in teams to identify aspects of their research which have the greatest current commercial potential. They then work with mentors to develop a business proposal and a presentation in order to pitch their idea to a panel of judges.
Practice No. 961
Last modified: 26/11/2009 09:49:46
Institution: University of CambridgeThis workshop allows participants to benefit from learning the methods that sales and marketing professionals use to discover the real needs of people and thus how to present themselves and their ideas in a compelling fashion.
Practice No. 744
Last modified: 20/10/2009 12:33:51
Institution: Cranfield UniversityThe Researcher Development Programme delivers a range of themed sessions and supervisor-led activities designed to support researchers' skills development, increase their personal effectiveness and provide advice on planning and managing their careers.