The LDC Development team are running a number of careers related online workshops this month as part of their regular programme of sessions aimed at postgraduate researchers.
Upcoming workshops include:
Whatever stage you are at with your career planning, you should find this thought-provoking online workshop beneficial. This interactive workshop will take place on Thursday, 11 June and is aimed at final year postgraduate research students.
Book your place here.
This interactive online session, which will take place on Thursday, 25 June, will encourage you to explore how career ready and employable you are, identify the work values that drive you and set personal and professional goals for the next 3 years.
Book your place here.
Postgraduate researchers are supported with on-going professional and personal development through the LDC Development Team programme.
The online writing retreat sessions continue this month, offering a designated time and space away from your normal workplace where you and others can focus on writing and nothing else.
View the full programme of events, and subscribe to the PGR News @Liverpool blog to receive the latest information regarding upcoming programme, including early notification of further events taking place in 2020.
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