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Welcome to the Training Hub for LUBS, ESSL & Arts, Humanities & Cultures
The LEAP Training Hub provides access to transferable skills training and development opportunities for Business, Arts, Humanities and Social Science Research Students and Early Career Research Staff in the faculties of LUBS, ESSL and Arts, Humanities and Cultures. Our dedicated team, based in SDDU, offer training and development courses covering a wide range of topics and skills, for example in the areas of Professionalisation, Communications Skills, Research Methodologies, Networking, PhD Process and Career Management skills. All of our courses are available to book through an online booking system, just use the 'Book A Course' tab at the top of the home page. We hope that you will find a range of courses that meet your individual training needs. We look forward to seeing you at an event soon.
- Would you like funding to run professional development activity your for fellow early career researchers? Are you a postdoc ie a member of research staff or teaching staff on a fixed term contract after gaining your PhD? You can apply for up to £1000 to run professional development activity for youtr peers. The next deadline for applications is 5pm on the 20th June 2016.
- Proposals are invited from postgraduate research students to organise and run workshop(s) or a conference. The event should involve groups of postgraduate research students from more than one Faculty in the LUBS, ESSL, Arts and PVAC (LEAP) skills hub.
20th September, 2.00pm — 4.00pm: Writing for Publication: PhD students and researchers (12 week course, 20th September - 6th December)This programme is for PhD Students and researchers who would like some support whilst writing papers. Participants commit to meeting for two hours every Tuesday afternoon and to continue to work on their writing project each week between meetings. The programme is designed for anyone who feels they need a boost to help them produce their next paper, whether they’ve done it before or not.
These highly recommended workshops are for all new PhD students in Arts, Humanities & Cultures, ESSL and LUBS