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These events are of particular interest to research staff at Brookes.
Further details about the "Your first three years" programme
Download a copy of the leaflet (PDF)
Further details about the Research Staff Mentoring Scheme (internal access only)
Graduate College Training Events
16 October 2019Part of the mandatory "First Three Years" university training programme for research staff. The purpose of this event is an introduction to research at Oxford Brookes University. The session will cover research strategy, policies and integrity; training and development opportunities; mentoring; institutional resources and an opportunity to meet key people across the university who provide support for research.
05 February 2020The event focuses on why external research funding is important and includes a Q&A session with an expert panel, providing top tips on winning grants and managing rejection.
18 March 2020This session looks at how to manage an externally-funded research grant project, including the roles and responsibilities of the Principal Investigator in recruiting, managing and developing research staff and the who and where of post award support
10 June 2020A re-run of the Autumn 2019 event for new researchers unable to make the first date, or who started later in the academic year.
There's a wide variety of additional training on offer around Brookes.
The Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD) provides training courses covering a range of staff and educational development issues.
Oxford Brookes Information Services (OBIS) organises a variety of training sessions for researchers.
The library organises a variety of training sessions for researchers including Web of Science, RADAR (the institution’s repository) and EndNote.
Vitae is the global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers. Oxford Brookes has a membership with Vitae and full access to a wide range of services. Further information can be obtained from the Research Training Co-ordinator, Susan Brooks.