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Events and training opportunities
Pilot Professional Development Programme – May/June 2022
UCL Arena is delighted to offer a new professional development programme for Postdoctoral Researchers, designed to enhance your teaching, assessing and supervisory skills. This 6-week course combines theory, practice, research, reflection and peer support to further support skills, confidence and career development for postdoctoral research staff who are engaged with teaching and supervisory roles and responsibilities. The course will include a mix of in-person and online sessions and asynchronous work and activities, to allow participants to experience what it is like to be a student in these different contexts and modalities.
ICTM Online Mentoring training - Thursday 30th June 12:00-13:00
Join us for an hour of online mentoring training. Choose self-paced or facilitated via team.
Mentoring and Networking event - Wednesday 13th June 16:00
This event will be held at the UCL Cancer Institute. Join us for coffee and tea to meet mentors and mentees from across the Faculty of Population Health Sciences.
Digital Skills Team – Weekly Drop in Sessions (Term time)
Remotely via Moodle using Microsoft Teams or in person support on campus in Room 501 (5th Floor), Institute of Archaeology. You have the choice to either join the session remotely or in person on the same date and time. For more information on upcoming dates/times and access to the Microsoft Teams session, please visit the 'Digital Skills Drop-in session' area within the ISD Digital Skills Development Moodle course. Contact Jasmin Mullings firstname.lastname@example.org
(ISD Digital Skills Development Administration).
Learning & Devlopment have launched three brand new online self-paced courses for our Wellbeing portfolio. Take a look here:
- Supporting Others
- Guidance for Managers on having Wellbeing Conversations
- Managing Your Own Self-Care and Wellbeing
This Public Policy Engagement: Online Series is the central point of your Connected Learning experience designed by UCL Public Policy. Containing short videos, interactive activities, reflection exercises and resources, these free modules are designed for early career researchers to build their skills in academic policy engagement, but are also open to people within and beyond UCL, at all career stages to participate in.
UCL’s three Research Coordination and Facilitation Teams have joined forces with Organisational Development to develop a combined website providing resources and guidance to help researchers navigate some of the complexities of applying for, and securing, research funding. Inside you will find bitesize videos, interviews, documents and useful links designed to support you while putting together research proposals and progressing your careers as researchers at UCL and beyond. The resources on this site will provide you with a good starting point. However given the variety of award types and funders, we encourage you to contact the Research Facilitation and Coordination Team directly for more comprehensive and tailored support with your application.
Lead at UCL is a comprehensive online resource hub aimed at improving the availability of resources to staff with people responsibilities, providing them with the knowledge, skills and capabilities required to lead and manage effectively. Take time to explore the resources available, and sign up to receive their emails here.