The Research Excellence Training Team (RETT) has a number of bespoke training sessions taking place before the end of November, with places still available. Attendance lists close 2 working days before the session takes place, so don’t delay in booking your place! Mon 16 Nov 14:00-16:30Persuading, Influencing & Communicating with Alex Firmin from Promethean Executive Tues 17 Nov 10:00-12:00Intellectual … Continue reading Upcoming training courses for postgraduate researchers
Last week was full of new beginnings for my family: I became the Dean of York Graduate Research School, my son started senior school and my daughter a new class. The house is still buzzing with a mix of excitement at the prospect of fresh opportunities and nervousness at the unknown! It is a great … Continue reading First week as new Dean of YGRS
Recognising that people are working at home, the RET Team have added extra iterations of the ‘Preparing for your Viva’ course at different times of day to enable people to take advantage. The 90 minute course will run online (zoom or Google Hangouts) and be supplemented with resources which will be sent two working days in … Continue reading Preparing your Viva – new online session
A wide range of training and workshops are available to postgraduate researchers across all departments throughout the academic year. We know that it can sometimes feel a little overwhelming as there’s so much going on! So we’ve tried to make it a little easier for you by collating links to all available training in one … Continue reading Supportive training and wellbeing workshops
In collaboration with Vitae, and the Government IP Office, RETT are holding a training session exploring Intellectual Property.
Upcoming training sessions for engagement, networking, influence and public engagement are now open to all PGRs.
This session on Monday 27 January will focus on the Inner Game of being a researcher.
The next PhD Survival Project workshop, organised by existing students, takes place on Wednesday 23 October 2019.
Book your place on the forthcoming Scopus workshops.
The Research Excellence Training Team have a number of new resources that are now available to all research students.