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Target Audience: Staff involved as reviewers in ADR for Academic, Research, Teaching or KE roles
This is a live online event.
This event is for staff who are ADR reviewers to those in Academic, Research, Teaching or Knowledge Exchange (KE) roles. It is suitable for anyone new to being an ADR reviewer at Strathclyde as well as more experienced colleagues who want to refresh or expand their understanding.
Learn how to deliver clear and specific feedback on what should stop, start and continue. Be confident in managing an open two-way discussion on development needs and ensure that both reviewee and reviewer experience a useful and effective conversation.
During this 60-minute session we will:
- introduce what the ADR process looks like from a reviewer’s perspective and key aspects that need to be considered;
- discuss how to lead a constructive and meaningful ADR conversation with your reviewee;
- explore tools and examples to support your ADR conversations; and
- offer an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about ADR or your reviewer role.
In addition to this course, you may also find it useful to complete the ‘ADR - Setting SMART objective’ online module which looks at the ADR process and how to set objectives for ADR. This online resource will be of interest to all staff who are involved in the ADR process as either a reviewer or reviewee and should take about 25 minutes to complete; you can self-enrol by following this link: ADR Setting SMART Objectives
Participants should also have read and be familiar with the Accountability and Development Review policy and procedure.
ADR Policy, background and further information
ADR Guidance, examples and training presentations
ADR Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
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When applying for a course, you should note that there will be a £50* charge to your Department / School if you do not attend your place on the course. There will be no charge as long as you cancel your booked place before the event or notify our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org that you can no longer attend.
A Department / School is welcome to send someone else in your place if they wish without incurring a charge, providing that person has the necessary prerequisites for the course. In the case of courses split over more than one day, you are expected to attend ALL parts of the course.
*This is the standard charge for cancellation or non-attendance of a course of 1-day duration or less. For some courses, there may be a higher cancellation charge and if this is the case you will be advised of this at the time of booking.
Delivered By: Maria Weikum & Emma Compton-Daw, OSDU
When applying for a course, you should note that there will be a £50* to your department if you cancel within 5** working days or you do not attend, and a £25 charge for cancellations/ non-attendance between 6 and 10 working days. There will be no charge for cancellation made 10 or more working days before the event. Notifications should be made to OSDU@strath.ac.uk
A department is welcome to send someone else in your place if they wish without incurring a charge, providing that person has the necessary pre-requisites for the course. In the case of courses split over more than one day, you must attend ALL parts of the course. If you fail to attend any part you will be charged as outlined above.
*This is the standard charge for cancellation or non-attendance of course of 1 days duration or less. For some courses there may be a higher cancellation charge and if this is the case you will be advised of this at the time of booking.
**Any bookings made within 10 days of the event will incur the charges as specified.