Vitae plans underpinned as RCUK and HEFCE join forces on researcher skills development
During the next three years, Vitae will be focussing on:
- A step change in the careers development of research staff and the implementation of the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers
- Ensuring research organisations promote the equality and diversity of the research workforce
- Maximising the impact of past investment regarding transferable skills, employability and career development, including consolidating support for doctoral researchers, including the implementation of the Researcher Development Framework
During the period, Vitae will transition to becoming a ‘self-sustaining' programme, working closely with UK institutions and international partners.
Further information will be available over the coming months, and at the Vitae International Researcher Development Conference in Manchester on 3-4 September.