Up-to-date, systematic, and high-quality PhD supervision is the crucial tool that supports impactful doctoral education and prepares doctoral candidates to contribute to research and society. This PhD supervision resource consists of videos, essential reading materials, peer-group working materials and exercises. The resource can be used as part of organised, taught doctoral supervision courses both face-to-face, or online, and tailored to the needs of different supervisory target groups (beginning, young supervisors, more mature, or mixed groups, and industry supervisors).
Transferable Skills: Conflict management; Discipline and perseverance; Diversity awareness; Ethics and integrity; Independence and responsibility; Intercultural awareness; Intercultural communication; Intersectoral awareness; Intersectoral experience; Leadership Mentoring and supervising students; Negotiation; Networking; Open Access publishing; Open Data management; Open Education; Open Evaluation; Open Licensing; Open Methodology; Open Source; Project management; Rhetoric and argumentation; Stress tolerance; Taking on responsibility; Teaching and learning theories and methods; Teamwork; Time management.
The course is available here.
A set of courses on transferable skills have been developed by an EU funded project, and will be available as Open Educational Resources by December 2022. Developed with three modules (online lectures, local working groups and regional assignments, they are designed to be easily adapted and integrated into existing doctoral training programmes.