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This workshop is for students and postdocs considering fellowship applications. This course forms part of the ‘Career Development’ strand of the RDM Learning and Development Programme. Registration for this course is now open to researchers in RDM.

Ideal for anyone considering applying for a fellowship in the coming years. The main talk will be given by Prof Hugh Watkins, followed by shorter talks by Dr Ruth McCaffrey and Dr Mark Evans. Ruth will discuss support that RDM can offer to fellowship applicants, as well as internal funding opportunities and CV building. Mark will talk about the practicalities of applying for a fellowship including budget, costings and timelines. We also hope to have a current Fellowship holder sharing their experiences of the process.

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RDM Learning and Development Programme 2019

Mandated Courses for All

Forthcoming events

Managing Research Staff: An Introduction for Postdocs

Bill Dunn, Oxford Learning Institute

Learning and Development Programme

Thursday, 09 May 2019, 9am to 5pm

This workshop seeks to explore what it means to manage others, what makes a research group productive and what the role of the manager is at each stage of a researcher’s contract or career.

Coaching Skills for Managers

Sharon Neale, Oxford Learning Institute

Learning and Development Programme

Wednesday, 05 June 2019, 9.30am to 11am

This workshop will introduce participants to the role and benefits of coaching, and when and how coaching skills can be used to support effective line management practice.