Training sessions for academic and research staff – October 2021

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The Graduate and Researcher College (GRC) is pleased to announce that a range of virtual training and development events are available for academic and research staff to book including five scheduled to take place in October:

Demand management for research schemes and relationships with external stakeholders – 04 October 2021, 10-11am

Who owns what and why: navigating intellectual property – 07 October 2021, 10-11am

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships – getting funding and impact – 13 October 2021, 11am-12pm

Introduction to Knowledge Exchange: External Relationships & Funding Opportunities – 20 October 2021, 11am-12pm

Please see https://www.kent.ac.uk/graduate-researcher-college/academic-and-research-staff/training-and-development/grants-factory-training for further information about these sessions and links to book your place.

Balancing the conflicting demands of academia in COVID and beyond (‘ECRN’ event) – 13 October 2021, 2-3pm

(The GRC is also offering 1:1 Coaching for PDRAs, RAs and Research Associates – 14 October, 04 November, 07 and 08 December – 3 slots each day.)

Please see https://www.kent.ac.uk/graduate-researcher-college/academic-and-research-staff/training-and-development/grc-training for further information about these sessions and links to book your place.

Registration for these sessions is via Target Connect, the GRC event booking system, but please note that you will need to register for an account on Target Connect using your Kent email address before you can book any of these events.

These sessions are organised by the GRC as part of its new remit to support the development of colleagues who research throughout their careers and further information is available on our web pages for academic and research staff.

Professor Paul Allain, Dean of the Graduate and Researcher College, said:

“Our training, development and support sessions for 2021-22 will guide and inspire you on your career journey. You can either join a live session delivered by specialist academic and Professional Services staff from Research and Innovation Services, IS Research Support, the GRC and the Divisions, or catch up with a recording at a time to suit you. So there’s no excuse not to participate!”

Please note that most but not all sessions will be recorded and made available to view after the event.

If you would like to suggest future sessions or to discuss researcher development at Kent, please contact the GRC.

We look forward to seeing you at these and future events.