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Staff Training and Development

The Graduate School, in collaboration with CQSD, is committed to supporting staff wWoodland patho are involved in supporting doctoral researchers.

Details of training and development sessions scheduled for the forthcoming academic year are below; staff can book onto these sessions in the normal way via Employee Self Service:

  • Supervising Research Students - 5 November 2018 (10:00 - 12:00)
  • Roles and responsibilities of Doctoral Examiners - 14 March 2019 (14:30 - 16:00)

Until then, much of the material covered in these sessions can be found in our page of Good Practice Guides

 In addition to these scheduled sessions, the Graduate School is prepared to offer bespoke session for Schools, in cases where the number of staff requiring training on a particular topic merits a School-specific session. If you would like to discuss the possibility of arranging such a session, please contact Professor Dianne Berry (d.c.berry@reading.ac.uk)

Research staff can find further information pertinent to their specific development needs on CQSDs Dedicated Pages

Directors of PGR Studies Forum

The Directors of PGR Studies Forum meets every term to share practice, discuss routine business and to discuss strategic matters. The dates for the 2019-20 session are:

  •  Monday 11 November 2019 (12.30 - 14.00)
  •  Monday 24 February 2020 (12.30 - 14.00)
  •  Monday 18 May 2020 (12.30-14.00)

These workshops will take place in room G09, Old Whiteknights House.

School/Department Directors of PGR Studies should confirm their attendance by booking via UoRLearn.

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