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Workshops for Supervisors by The Graduate School

Thursday, 12 January 2017 from 10:30 to 11:30 (GMT)

Supporting the well-being of research students

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Supporting the well-being of research students

The Graduate School would like to invite you to participate in the next RD Training Workshop as below:

 

Workshop Title

Supporting the well-being of research students

 

Date

12th January 2017

 

Time

10.30 - 11.30

 

RDF

B - Personal Effectiveness

For more information on the Researcher Development Framework, and how it can help you to plan your training, please click here.

 

Venue

GradSpace H112, William Harley Building

For campus directions: www.gcu.ac.uk/theuniversity/howtofindus/campusmap/

 

Tutor

Professor Bonnie Steves, Graduate School Director 

 

Description

Aim:
  •  Support supervisors in their existing pastoral role
  •  Provide information on the support available from the Positive Living service
  •  Explore the boundaries of the supervisor role

 Objectives and outcomes: 

  •  Raise awareness of mental health issues for PGRs
  •  Provide information on referrals/crisis intervention etc
  •  Improved supervisor/students relationships

 

Audience   

GCU doctoral supervisors or staff members who are about to supervise doctoral supervisors shortly

 

To register

To sign up for this event, please click register using the green button

 

Please note

  • Please note that this workshop is for GCU Doctoral Supervisors (or members of GCU staff that will be becoming supervisors soon) only. 

 

For more information

  • On the training programme and workshops, please visit:

            www.gcu.ac.uk/graduateschool/traininganddevelopment/

 

 

 

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 Best regards,

The Graduate School

W: www.gcu.ac.uk/graduateschool

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H112, William Harley Building

Glasgow Caledonian University
G4 0BA Glasgow
United Kingdom

Thursday, 12 January 2017 from 10:30 to 11:30 (GMT)


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Workshops for Supervisors by The Graduate School

The Higher Degrees Committee at GCU advises the following:


New supervisors with no previous completions should attend the How to be an Effective Supervisor series of 4 half-day workshops prior to submission of the student’s RDC1 form. If this is not feasible, supervisors should attend the workshops within 6 months of submission of the RDC1 form. This training series must be completed before submission of the student’s RDC2 form.


Experienced supervisors (with 1 or more completions) should attend a minimum of 1 refresher training session every 2 years. Experienced supervisors can attend any refresher workshop session from the supervisor training courses on offer listed on this webpage.

 

The full supervisor workshop series is run twice each academic year - course dates are planned in the summer and posted to this page prior to the start of Trimester A.

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