Online career development courses
We have developed a number of online career development resources for you to engage with throughout your time as a researcher.
Whatever stage of your career you are at – just starting out or ready to transition to your first post-doc – spending some time on your personal development will enable you to make the most of your career opportunities.
You can use these resources at a time most suitable for you as well as having the option to dip in and out depending on your research and/or life commitments.
Personal development for career success
In this Moodle module, there are four topics covered to enhance your personal development and support career decision-making. Take yourself through the resources at your own pace with complete flexibly of the time you want to invest and at when!
The four topics covered are:
Your strengths set you apart from your peers and are the features that will help influence your future career.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
MBTI can be used for a wide variety of purposes including self-understanding and development, career development and exploration, team building, management and leadership training.
This is a common psychological phenomenon of intense feelings of self-doubt to the extent that people feel like an imposter, either in their personal or professional lives.
Thinking about your career, applying for jobs, and being at work can be exciting and rewarding, but sometimes these activities can also present challenges and might be a source of stress or anxiety.
Thinking Ahead - Exploring Career Options
Are you unsure about life after your PhD?
Complete our flexible online course, Thinking Ahead - Exploring Career Options, to inform and prepare you for your future career. You will have the opportunity to focus on yourself and critically reflect on your career options and decision-making style.
- Module 1: Thinking about Yourself
- Module 2: Thinking About Your Options
- Module 3: Making Decisions
At the end of the course, you will develop your own action plan to continue your journey. We recommend that you bring your action plan to careers appointments.