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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. 380
Last modified: 30/06/2011 14:16:43
Institution: Imperial College London
A 2-day course to address topics such as: thesis writing and viva preparation, career options and planning, networking, and leadership within corporate and academic work contexts.
Practice No. 462
Last modified: 24/03/2011 15:48:06
Institution: London School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineTailored for a Post-Graduate only environment the training workshops cover the main areas of teaching and learning. The workshops can be taken individually or as part of the School's integrated Certificate in Learning and Teaching (CILT). CILT is HEA accredited and supports the development of an academic career. CILT is structured as two 30 credit medium-level modules, and the full certificate is an award bearing Certificate of the University of London.
Practice No. 1214
Last modified: 14/03/2011 14:13:41
Institution: University College LondonImpact Assessment Project for UCL's Entrepreneurship Provision. Programme Director and impact project leader Tim Barnes from UCL Advances.
Practice No. 1225
Last modified: 24/11/2010 10:29:51
Institution: University College LondonThe web based automated Single Training Booking System provides a central place for customers to browse and book the learning and development provision offered by UCL's main training and development providers. Users can book onto training events, reserve lists and may register their course interests.
Practice No. 1097
Last modified: 18/04/2010 16:32:21
Institution: Imperial College LondonResearch has shown that the well-being of employees is critical to the performance of both the individual and their organisation. However, no-one has thoroughly assessed the factors affecting the well-being of doctoral researchers. All the investment going into transferable skills development programmes will not yield optimum results if researchers are adversely affected by well-being issues that are neither understood nor quantified adequately. This led us to develop an innovative well-being assessment, specifically for postgraduate researchers, based on a clinically approved methodology and including a wide consultation amongst stakeholders.