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Utilising your Doctorate Online

A set of two workshops that support clarity by considering and engaging in a process of career management

Utilising your Doctorate; recognising your professional value 

Explore the skills you have, consider the value of these for potential employers and learn career management tools.

The workshop provides:

·       Tools to identify transferable skills acquired

·       A space to contemplate the potential value of these skills 

Our post-pack provides additional career management tools to help develop transferable skills and support planning.

“As a mature student with a long CV, I've been exposed to a great deal of development and transition training over the years, I found Route to Clarity and Utilising your Doctorate highly relevant. The material was tailored to the very specific opportunities facing people approaching the conclusion of the PhD journey, the presentations, facilitation, and group exercises supported a better understanding of transitions and where I fit into that process. Content was consolidated so I left the event with an increased understanding and insight of how to apply the new knowledge in real-world contexts. As a result, I have a workable, inspiring plan which I have already started to put into practice. I can't thank you enough.”

- Stephen Gene Morris, PhD year 3 in history, University of Kent

Pre-work:

An activity to get the most out of this workshop…

Draw a timeline of previous work / voluntary experience. 

Highlight transferable skills enjoyed 

Summarise into a set of preferences these might also include lifestyle preferences such as location, stability of contract etc. 

 

 

Date:
Tuesday 19 July 2022
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
Location:
via Zoom
Campus:
Off Campus
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Registration is required. There are no seats available but a waiting list is available.

Event Organizer

The Graduate School

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