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Research training

PhD Training Scheme - University of Warwick

In PaiS, I am attending the compulsory research training seminar 'Explanation and Methodology' delivered by Professor Matthew Watson, Director of Research Degrees

20th Nov 2009
 
 
15th Feb 2010
 
 
15th Feb 2010
Paragraph construction: elements and transition (2 hours). Delivered by the Research Student Skills Programme, University of Warwick
 
Qualitative Research Methods 1 - selecting the right methods (2 hours). Delivered by the Research Student Skills Programme, University of Warwick
 
Qualitative Research Methods 2 - transcribing and analysing data (2 hours). Delivered by the Research Student Skills Programme, University of Warwick
 
PhD Training Scheme - Leeds University Business School (previous research training)
 

Whilst an MPhil research student at Leeds University Business School, I participated in in the PhD training scheme (mandatory for all postgraduate research students). I also attended some courses provided by the University in addition to the Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI).

Abbrev: CIBUL=Centre for International Business, ISS=Information Systems Services, LUBS=Leeds University Business School, SDDU=Staff Development and Departmental Unit

 

12th May 2009

Module GTS2: Summing up: Where do I go next? (2 hours). Delivered by Dr Caroline Callaghan, LUBS

17th Jun 2008

Social Constructionism, Reflexivity and Research. Delivered by Professor Ann Cunliffe, Hull University Business School

20th-23rd May 2008

Module 5286: Quantitative research methods (29 hours). Conducted by Dr Barbara Summers, LUBS

14th May 2007

Module GTS1: The format and structures of PhDs. Conducted by Dr David Wilkinson, LUBS

6th Feb 2008  

Module GTS1: Plagiarism and academic standards (2 hours). Conducted by Dr David Wilkinson, LUBS

28-30th Jan 2008

Module 5284: Qualitative research methods (21 hours). Conducted by Professor Richard Thorpe, LUBS

24th Jan 2008

Assessing student work: Arts, business, law, education, social sciences, performance, visual arts and communication (3 hours). Conducted by Dr David Taylor

16th Jan 2008

Preparing for Your Transfer (3 hours). Conducted by Dr Tony Bromley, SDDU

16th Jan 2008

 

Effective teaching and learning methods in small groups: Arts, business, law, education, social sciences, performance, visual arts and communication (3 hours). Conducted by Dr David Taylor

9th Jan 2008

Module GTS1: The supervision process and how to work with your supervisors. Conducted by Dr David Wilkinson, LUBS

8th Jan 2008

NVIVO Introductory course (7 hours). Delivered by the ISS – Training Division (Tutor: Ms Anna Lewins)

14th Dec ‘07

Exam Invigilator training course (2 hours)

11-13th Dec 2007

 

Module 5282: Business, Economics and Management Research (32 hours). Module leader and main lecturer: Dr Mario Kafouros (CIBUL). Other lecturers: Professor Joep Cornelissen, Dr Hanna Gajewska-De Mattos, Dr Liang Hu, and Dr Barbara Summers

10th Dec  2007

NVIVO information session (2 hours). Delivered by University of Hull

6-7th Dec 2007

Module GTS1: A PhD in 2 days! (14 hours). Conducted by Dr Heather Sears, SDDU 

5th Dec 2007

Module GTS1: Introduction to General Training Skills (2 hours). Conducted by Dr David Wilkinson, LUBS

27th Nov 2007

Networking Essentials for Research Students (2 hours). Conducted by Dr Tony Bromley, SDDU

13th Nov 2007

Training & Skills: Library Training in use of Endnote Software (1.5 hours). Conducted by Ms Natalie Langford, LUBS Librarian

7th Nov 2007

Training & Skills: Validity Issues in Research (2 hours). Conducted by Dr Richard Falshaw, LUBS

25th Oct 2007

Training & Skills: Starting Your Research Degree (1) (3 hours). Conducted by Professor John Wakeford, SDDU

19th Oct 2007

Training & Skills: Introduction to the Library and Literature Searching (4 hours). Conducted by Ms Natalie Langford, LUBS Librarian

9th Oct 2007

LUBS Induction Event (3 hours). Hosted by Dr Nicky Shaw, PhD Director, and Professor Andrew Lock, Dean of LUBS

5-6th Sep 2007

Training course for new Sub-Wardens (16 hours)