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Introduction to Research Supervision Booking Form

For Academic staff who will undertake doctoral supervision. The workshop is mandatory for academic staff on probation.

What will you get out of this session:

By the end of the two elements of this session you will have an understanding of:

  • a greater understanding of the role and responsibilities of a research supervisor at Warwick
  • increased awareness of the central support available for supervisors and students at Warwick
  • awareness of the health and safety issues in relation to supervision and research

Booking Form

Email address to which course correspondance should be sent

Please note: With the cessation of the PCAPP course these sessions are no longer taking place as standalone workshops. If you require a specific individual workshop to cover your probation then you will be invited to join the relevant part of the APP:TE residential course. You will not be required to attend the entire 2 day event only the section relevant to your probationary needs.
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I give permission for the University of Warwick to record my personal data for the purpose of processing workshop bookings (required)
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This form will be used in three different ways:
- To manage attendance at an event. Your attendance at the event will be recorded and associated with your name.
- To enable facilitators to tailor session to your needs. This information is passed on to facilitators by their administrators and is used for the purpose of allowing them to see if the session can be tailored to address specific issues. It will be stored until after the end of the term in which the event was held.
- To monitor and improve learning and development across the University. Your attendance or non attendance will be recorded and this information will be sent to your Department.

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