The workshops listed here are designed specifically to address the needs of postdocs and identified as key bespoke resources by the PDC. They are facilitated by external consultants or internal experts.
You can influence the courses provided by the PDC and other departments by contacting the PDC and/or your local PDC ambassadors. Based on your needs and feedback, the provision of postdoc-specific courses may vary from one year to the other.
Do not hesitate to email your suggestions to email@example.com.
Don't forget to check our online resources, including:
This short PDC induction will help you make the best out of your postdoc at Queen's. It covers support available to postdocs, provides organisation tips and helps you initiate your career development plan.
A personal fellowship can help your academic career a lot, but what is really a fellowship and how can you write a compelling application? This series of 3 workshops co-ordinated and facilitated by the Research Development Team is a great way to find out!
Project and time management skills are key to a successful career and a good reputation! This workshop will help you efficiently prioritise, manage your work and get things done... On time!
Is your plan to apply for a lectureship or Vice-Chancellor's fellowship?
This workshop will help you assess your competitiveness for lectureships, fill potential gaps in your CV and look at the application process.
This 2-day workshop is organised with Business Alliance and covers Industry-Academia Collaborations, networking, negotiation skills and business awareness using case studies. This programme is originally designed to help both postdocs willing to develop academia-industry collaborations but is also of interest for those willing to move to an industry job.
Identify your values, needs and aspirations to choose a career that suits you and make a plan to reach your goal using methodologies like design thinking.
This course, provided by a grant-writting expert from Research Development, is designed to introduce postdocs to multi-partner grant applications. It is a taster session enabling you to understand what you need to think about to develop a successful collaborative project and how, as a postdoc, you can support your PI in their applications and gain some experience.
This course is organised regulartly; more information is available only when registration is open.
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