The University of Wolverhampton subscribes to the Vitae Research Development Framework.
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Personal and professional development opportunities for research students are spread throughout the duration of the research degree and are grouped into 6 themed units.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please visit the course webpage by clicking on the course titles below.
TO REGISTER: Visit the course webpage and click on the 'book now' button next to your selected date. You will be taken to the workshop's eventbrite page where you can register for your free ticket.
MANAGING YOUR BOOKINGS: You should log into your personal Eventbrite account to manage your bookings. You will receive an automatic reminder email 48 hours in advance of your chosen workshops.
ATTENDING ON TIME: We expect that all research students will arrive on time for workshops and stay for the duration – latecomers are disruptive to the other participants. If you need to arrive a little late or leave a little early please contact the workshop facilitator to ask if this is acceptable.
FAILURE TO ATTEND: We know that things crop up last minute which mean you may not be able to attend a workshop. However it is your responsibility to cancel your booking via Eventbrite. Please note that failure to attend a workshop for which you have booked will result in a £20 fine to your Faculty.
HOW TO CANCEL YOUR TICKET: Just log in to Eventbrite, go to the My Tickets page, and locate your order. Select "Manage Order" to view your order details, and then select "Cancel Order". Eventbrite will send you and the Doctoral College an email confirming the cancelation.
|R1||Research Student Induction||B1, B3, C1, D1|
|R2||Addressing the research focus and planning a programme of research (post-induction session)||A1, A2, B1, B3, D1|
|R4||Skills for Researchers: the basics (NEW)||A1, A2, B2|
|R11||Getting the most out of your supervisory team||A2, B1, B2, C1, D1|
|R15||Researcher Development: PDP and CPD Analysis and Planning||B1, B3|
|R22||Resilience, perseverance and self-confidence||B1|
|R26||Project Planning and Delivery||C2, C3|
|R35||Preparing your Research Proposal||A1, B2|
|R53||Systematic Review Workshop (NEW)||A1, B2|
|Drop-in||Academic English Language Skills - linked to R19: Sit down and write||A1, A2, A3, D2|
|R6||Ethics and researcher reflexivity / collecting sensitive data||B1, C1|
|R23||Writing a Literature Review||A1, A2, A3|
||Getting started with archival research||A1, A2|
|R37||Ethical proposal and the NHS||C1|
|R38||Ethics in qualitative research design and project management||C1, C2|
|R3||Literature Searching for Researchers||A1, A2, B2|
|R31||Academic Writing: Starting your Thesis (NEW)||A1, A2, A3|
|R49||Trustworthiness in Qualitative Research: Applied Techniques (NEW)|
|Int||Time Management (offered by Organisational Development)||B2|
Critical Analysis of Research
|R16||An Introduction to Statistics||A1, A2, B3|
|R17||Introduction to SPSS||A1, A2, B3|
|R18||Using QMethodology in your Research||A1, A2|
|R21||Using photography in your research and your thesis||A3, D2|
|R24||Critical Analysis of Research (NEW)|
|R27||Critical Discourse Analysis||A1, A2|
|R46||Introduction to Anova and Regression in SPSS (NEW)||A1, A2, A3|
Using NVivo (offered by Organisational Development)
|R8||Working towards your viva||B1, B2, C2|
|R10||Landmarks in your research degree programme (Annual Progress Review & Progression)||B2, C2|
|R13||Reflecting on the research process - writing a thesis||A1, A2, B3, C1, D2, D3|
|R19||Thesis Boot Camp (NEW)||A1, A3, B2, B3, D2|
|R36||Academic Writing: Finishing your thesis (NEW)||A1, A2, A3|
|R48||Viva Hotseat||B1, B2, C2|
|Video||Angel Productions: The Good Viva Video||B1, B2, C2|
|R7||Developing a research publications strategy||A1, A2, A3, B3, C1, D2, D3|
|R9||Poster presentation and Visio for poster design||D2|
|R30||Writing for Scholarly Publication||A1, A2, A3, B3, C1, D2, D3|
|R32||Conducting Research to Influence Policy||A1, A2|
|R39||Engaging the public in your research||B3, D2, D3|
|R40||Research and impact||D3|
|R41||Open Access and the REF||B3, C2, D2, D3|
|R42||Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis||B3, D2, D3|
|R43||Your research and intellectual property rights||C1|
|R45||Using social media to disseminate your research (blogging) (NEW)||B2, D2, D3|
|R51||Communicating your research to a non-specialist audience (General PGR and ECR) (NEW)||A3, B3, D2, D3|
|R52||Proper presentation skills for the PGR student (NEW)||A3, B3, D2, D3|
|R5||Raising your Research Impact & Profile||D3|
|R12||Career planning & transferable skills||B3|
|R14||Marketing yourself in CVs, applications and interviews||B3|
|R25||Getting Funding||C2, C3|
|R29||What researchers do? Planning your career||B3|
|R47||HEA Fellowship and Research: An Introduction to KUDOS||B3|
|T1 & T2||For those who teach: Learning and Teaching Essentials||B1, D1, D2, D3|
|OD||Essentials of the Classroom (NEW) offered by Organisational Development||B1, D1, D2, D3|