Is your viva approaching?? We have a workshop that can help you prepare!
Thursday 19th November and Friday 20th November 2015
The viva is the culmination of the PhD process: a lot of work has led to this point, but a feeling of anxiety can accompany the sense of achievement at completing one’s thesis. For many PhD candidates the time leading up to the viva is filled with stress about the day, and uncertainty about how to prepare and what the viva will be like.
Viva Survivor is a session for postgraduate researchers close to submission who want to gain insight on how to be well prepared for their viva. In this session participants will:
- identify sources of support for their viva preparation;
- explore practical strategies to prepare themselves and their thesis;
- discuss common viva questions.
Find out more here
Ease the Load – Feel Good about your Busy Life – 27th October 2015
Staying on top and in control of our work in this fast-paced world is becoming increasingly difficult. This can leave us feeling overwhelmed and have a knock on effect to our personal life. This session has been developed to help effectively manage a hectic and complex workload and support us as we focus on the important, plan our work effectively and attack it with confidence.
This new, full day course looks at time management from a fresh perspective to support researchers at all levels, through the development of an approach which puts you back in control of your time.
This course aims to support researchers at all levels, providing an approach which puts you in control and reduces overall stress. Applying this helps you to enjoy, and not just cope with, your busy schedule, leaving you on top of your work, not buried by it. Productivity without the stress.
- Skilfully manage a busy schedule
- Feel on top of work and home life
- Get the inbox back to empty
- Effectively plan and progress projects
- Clarify roles, prioritise goals and learn to say “No”
- Efficiently organise paperwork, emails and other inputs
More information and booking here