Is this course right for me?
Target Audience: Academic/Research Staff, all levels
Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Networks are an excellent way of funding a series of connected PhD projects in collaboration with colleagues in the academic and non-academic sectors in other EU Member States and beyond. ITNs are part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Scheme, which sits within the “Excellent Science” Pillar of Horizon 2020.
Claire will present information on Researcher Development activities at Strathclyde. Attendees will hear information on the UK/EU researcher development agenda and Strathclyde’s approach to researcher development, including learning about the University’s unique PG Certificate in Researcher Professional Development. This information is critical in developing a credible and innovative training programme for your ITN.
As a result of the session participants will develop an understanding of:
- The UK/EU researchers development agenda
- Key Strathclyde initiatives focussed at researcher development and how to use these to develop an innovative training infrastructure across the innovative training network.
- Hints and tips based on feedback from previously evaluated ITN proposals
Delivered By: Claire Jackson, Research Development Manager