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Target Audience: All staff with a role in PG Research Supervision
This workshop aims to support staff in building strong foundations in any new supervisory relationship. Participants will consider the skills important for effective research supervision and discuss their own supervisory styles. You will also identify areas for your own development. Simple tools to avoid problems in supervisory relationships will be discussed in relation to managing student expectations and communication strategies.
By the end of the workshop participants will:
- Have considered strategies to make the most of the supervisory relationship
- Be aware of tools to help manage student and supervisor expectations
- Have explored the skills needed for effective supervision
- Have identified areas for your own development as a supervisor
** This is a core module of the Strathclyde Supervisor Development Programme (see link to webpage below) **
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Delivered By: Dr Emma Compton-Daw
PrerequisitesIf you are taking this course as part of the Strathclyde Supervisor Development Programme to become a First or Second Supervisor, you must enrol on this MyPlace class to register for the programme and to track your progress:
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