Researchers, improve your transferable skills by helping to lead some or all of 2 days of career and personal development sessions for HASS postgraduate students.
Your extensive experience in the academic world is invaluable when acting as a role model for those PhD and Masters students considering their options for the future.
Dates and Times
- Induction for Facilitators: Nominally 13:30 – 17:00 Monday 22nd February 2010 but if you can’t make this contact me and I’ll meet you individually. c.a.m.kennedy@NOSPAMncl.ac.uk
- Briefing for Participants: 13:00 – 15:00 Tuesday 23rd February 2010
- NICER Knowledge: 09:30 – 17:30 Wednesday 17th March 2010 and Thursday 18th March 2010 Postgraduate Training Suite, 7th Floor, Daysh Building
World class research demands innovative thinking and creative problem-solving. However, as experienced academics you know that identifying a solution to a problem is only the beginning. Can you help the next generation of researchers become NICER?
For PhD students, ensuring that their idea is meaningful to the world around them and for their solution to have an impact, an enterprising outlook and an understanding of how to effect positive change can be invaluable. The NICER Knowledge Programme, designed to foster Networked, Innovative, Creative and Enterprising Researchers… would you like to….
- Help students to develop innovative and creative ways of moving their PhD research project or Career forward?
- Use your insight and passion for developing creative solutions to social, economic and cultural problems to guide these students?
- Get a new perspective on your own research and teaching by working with multidisciplinary PhD student groups to develop your skills.
- Make an impact on your own career by gaining valuable work experience away from your project.
The induction afternoon (1) will train you fully in the pedagogy and techniques we will be using in this intensive workshop to really help HASS PhD students to realise their potential both in the academic world and in their careers.
The initial briefing session (2) will outline the components of the programme to the participants and you will help the students to prepare for the programme itself.
The two-day intensive programme (3) You will facilitate the development of teams of PhD students. You will enhance the value of their knowledge by helping the PhDs build on their existing skills, foster new networks and explore their career aspirations. Working with a multidisciplinary team, you will be tasked with helping them to find their own an answer to a real social, economic or cultural problem. As a facilitator of these intensive sessions you will take HASS PhD students through the key stages of developing a solution, whilst exploring their own personal and professional development.
Please contact me at c.a.m.kennedy@NOSPAMncl.ac.uk for further details
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