Do you need help making academic applications?
Do you urgently need support with your career thinking and planning ?
Are you constantly struggling with self-doubt?
We have three events coming up that can help you prepare for your future career, in research or otherwise, including one last event offering proven techniques to help those suffering from Imposter syndrome.
PGR ‘Career Ready’ Boot Camp 13-Jun 09:15 – 16:00
Delivered by Sally Beyer, this one-day interactive workshop is for those in the final year before completion to help you make considered choices about your next steps, provide a structured process to identify personal career goals and to maximise your chances of career success.
“Great session for thinking about career goals and for putting in place a plan of action for career planning/preparation.”
“An engaging workshop to get you thinking about your career options. Very thorough and really helpful!”
‘A ‘Must Attend’.’
Participants March 2019
Get that Academic Job! 27-Jun 09:15 – 12:30
Delivered by Sharon Nicholson, this workshop will help you enhance your chances of success in your academic applications. The workshop will help you recognise what is required in academic applications and provides practical tools to help you promote yourself and present your research, face to face and on paper.
“This was eye opening – necessary for preparation and making a good application/interview”.
“Very useful & stimulating. A nice environment to work and learn in and share ideas”.
Pushing Beyond Imposter Syndrome 04-Jul 09:15 – 12:30
Delivered by Sally Beyer, this workshop will help those suffering from ‘Imposter Syndrome’ through providing proven techniques to help you understand your issues and identifying ways to change your approach.
In a safe and supportive environment, we will consider what imposter syndrome actually is, where it comes from and which groups of people are more likely to suffer from it. Along with identifying how it emerges, you will be introduced to life enhancing techniques that help you to respond to, and progress beyond, your imposter experiences.