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We are pleased to announce a new initiative within the department – the RDM Learning and Development Programme.

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The aim of the RDM Learning and Development programme is to provide opportunities for RDM staff and students to take advantage of courses that will enhance their learning and development. It has been developed by the RDM Career Development Committee in consultation with the Oxford Learning Institute. Courses have been selected with all our staff and students in mind, and we hope that the programme provides a framework to help guide decisions about your training needs.

The programme will offer a number of courses delivered by the Oxford Learning Institute, and some bespoke events delivered by external specialists and RDM staff. These courses fall into four broad themes: Career Development; Communications; Working Relationships and Management and Supervision. For your convenience, these sessions will take place across the JR and Old Road Campus/Churchill sites.

The programme begins with the RDM Career Day on 7 November. This is an opportunity to learn more about careers inside and outside academia from professionals working in a variety of sectors. The day will also include workshops to help you develop key skills such as CV and cover letter writing.

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