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Research

Researcher development & training

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For more information contact
Dr Andrew Rawnsley
T: 01642 738046
E: a.rawnsley@tees.ac.uk

Teesside University researchers are offered a range of opportunities for researcher development and training. Central support is provided by Research & Enterprise Office (research students and research staff), the Learning and Development Team and the Department for Learning Development (research staff).

All our support is aligned with important policies and guidance used across the UK to ensure that researchers are enabled to assess their training needs and attend training and development sessions which allow them to build their knowledge and skills to a high level. We also offer specialist advice and referral to external provision of training if required.

Teesside is committed to use of the Researcher Development Framework (RDF) developed by Vitae. The RDF is a significant approach to developing world-class researchers. It identifies the knowledge, behaviour and attributes of successful researchers and helps them to maximise their potential and get the most out of their career by developing these attributes.
More information about Vitae and RDF resources

Training events listed on these pages refer to the relevant RDF domains allowing researchers to see what areas of research activities and skills are developed by attending specific training sessions.

Careers Services

Support and resources for postgraduate research students and researchers provided by the Careers Service.
Careers Services resources

Research events

The university holds a wide range of research events for staff and students.
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HR Excellence in ResearchA UK-wide process, incorporating the QAA UK Quality Code for Higher Education, Chapter B11: Research Degrees and the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers, enables institutions to gain the European Commission's HR Excellence in Research Award, acknowledging alignment with the principles of the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for their Recruitment