Here at Anglia Ruskin, the Research Development Team is responsible for enhancing and supporting the research environment.
A major part of our work is providing researcher development courses, workshops and seminars, particularly for postgraduate research students and their supervisors, and early career researchers. Every year, we also organise a Students’ Research Conference.
Our development programme encompasses the mandatory core training classed as Stage 1, 2 and 3 covering Induction, Making Effective Presentations, Academic Writing, Thesis and Examination Preparation, and Workshops for Research Ethics. Book training courses online through ProgressPlatform.
You can also access Research Skills Online o complete six programmes covering skill sets and professional development for researchers.
As well as researcher development, we engage with other initiatives, including:
The Researcher Development Framework (RDF) is a major new approach to researcher development, to enhance our capacity to build the UK workforce, develop world-class researchers and build our research base. It's a professional development framework for planning, promoting and supporting the personal, professional and career development of researchers in higher education. The RDF articulates the knowledge, behaviours and attributes of successful researchers and encourages people to realise their potential.
The Framework is designed for:
To find out more about the Research Development Framework, visit vitae.
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