The University offers a wide range of training and development opportunities to enable research staff to continue to develop and extend their professional skills and knowledge.
These are delivered by several training providers, including Professional Development, the Careers and Employability Service and Information Services, as well as by the Graduate School through the Researcher Development Programme.
Details of all University training courses can be found and booked through Central Short Courses.
Since its creation in 1996 the Graduate School has evolved, encompassing a broad and comprehensive range of training and other development opportunities, a year round programme of events and dedicated social and study spaces across our UK and overseas campuses. We also support the professional development of early career researchers at the University.
The Graduate School's Researcher Development Programme offers training opportunities, many of which are relevant to research staff. We have compiled a tailored list, divided into the following sections:
The Graduate Centres offer a programme of faculty-specific training courses and events.
The Graduate School'sOnline courses and Resources workspace has been developed to hold useful research training materials for researchers on all campuses.
Are you based on the University's Malaysia Campus? Take a look at the Research Training & Academic Development webpages.
Vitae offer a range of regional and national courses for researchers.
Are you looking for information on staff induction? See our Induction section.
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