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Career Development and Training
UCL has an excellent programme of workshops run by several departments, open to all staff.
- ORGANISATIONAL & STAFF DEVELOPMENT
Including workshops on getting grant funding, writing up research, working with the media, teaching and much more. This website also provides information on the Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/sdtu/research/cros/.
- Centre for the Advancement of Learning & Teaching
Managing your Professional Life is a development programme for research staff, providing an opportunity for individuals to work on their own professional development in a supported and challenging way
- Careers Service
A programme of events tailored to the needs of the university’s research staff. Seminars and workshops providing practical tips and career development strategies. One to one guidance interviews providing a confidential environment to discuss your individual situation whether you wish to develop your career outside or within academia.
- Information Systems
For all your IT needs - taught courses, workshops, a drop-in Open Learning Centre for staff, online training resources, and local Faculty-based support.
Additional sources of career planning information and support:
- The UK's official graduate careers website
- UK GRAD Programme (previously known as the Research Councils Graduate Schools Programme).
For PhD students and post-docs. Useful information and courses.
- Leadership Foundation for Higher Education
LFHE is the lead UK agency providing strategic advice, specialist resources and professional services for the development of people working in higher education. Various publications and courses.
- Women Into Science & Engineering
WISE has a range of initiatives and publications to give girls and women more information about opportunities and careers in SET.
- Science's Next Wave
Next Wave is a weekly online publication that covers scientific training, career development, and the science job market.
Other useful links:
- Universities UK
Universities UK supports the work of universities and promote their interests.