The Researcher Development Programme (RDP) provides a range of training and development opportunities for research staff and postgraduate research students at London Metropolitan University.
Courses are available for all levels of experience from established and advanced researchers to new researchers.
The courses are designed to support researchers in developing a full range of transferable professional, personal, research, and career skills and knowledge.
MANTRA is a free course with guidelines to help you understand and reflect on how to manage the data you collect throughout your research. The course is particularly appropriate for those who work with digital data.
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Writing Group/s for Research Students
Setting aside regular blocks of time to write in the company of others can provide focus, inspiration, and - most importantly - writing! CELT is available to assist those wishing to establish such a group. We can discuss with you the kind of support that would be most beneficial - e.g., guidance, facilitation, dedicated space - and we invite you to contact us to take your ideas further.
London DTCs Network
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Examining MPhil/PhD Vivas
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The Programme offers a range of courses in four domains:
London Metropolitan University's Researcher Development Programme is based on the Researcher Development Framework and Statement.
This Framework is a progression of the Joint Skills Statement and supports the implementation of: the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers; the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education Code of Practice for Postgraduate Research Programmes; and the Roberts’ recommendations for researchers.
FBL Research Training Handbook. This handbook is a guide to research training opportunities available to research staff and postgraduate research students within the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL).
If you have any queries regarding the Researcher Development Programme, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org