Below is an overview of the available training in research skills and transferable skills, open to PhD students and/or postdocs from all three doctoral schools. 'Transferable' skills are skills that can be transferred to non-academic work environments.
The current overview concerns academic year 2018-2019, as well as the period Oct-Dec 2019. From next year on, the course offer will be presented by calendar year rather than academic year.
As soon as all necessary information is available, you can click the activity title in the table below in order to get more details on content, target group and practical arrangements. All activities are in English, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise.
When registering for an activity, please carefully consider our cancellation & no-show policy.
|SUBJECT/TITLE||for PhD students?||for postdocs?||DATE||REGISTRATION|
|Academic English||x||see details||closed|
|Academic leadership for postdocs (module 1)||x||Jan 22-23, 2019||closed|
|Academic talent development||x||x||Oct 7-8, 2019||closed|
|Assertief communiceren (Dutch)||x||x||Febr 13 & 20 + March 13, 2019||closed|
|Bedrijfskunde (postgraduaat SEE - Dutch)||x||x||throughout the year||closed|
|Change the world by maximizing your impact||x||x||Nov 5, 2018||closed|
|Coaching for growth||x||x||June 12-13, 2019||closed|
|Collaborating successfully with others||x||x||Nov 5, 2019||click here until Oct 7, 2019|
|Convincing and debating||x||x||June 17-18, 2019||closed|
|Create an awesome scientific poster||x||March 12 & April 23, 2019||closed|
|Effective graphical displays||x||April 30 & May 14, 2019||closed|
|Flanders Training Network for Methodology and Statistics (FLAMES)||x||x||throughout the year||see webpage|
|FLAMES: Introduction to categorical data analysis with R||x||x||Oct 29-31, 2018||closed|
|FLAMES: Introduction to R||x||x||Febr 25-26-27 & March 11-12, 2019||closed|
|FLAMES: Introduction to JMP||x||x||April 3, 2019||closed|
|FLAMES annual meeting 2019: "Fake news, how scientific research methodologies may tackle fake news"||x||x||April 26, 2019||closed|
|FLAMES: Survival analysis in R||x||x||May 9-10 & 13, 2019||closed|
|FLAMES: Introduction to R||x||x||June 20-21 & 24-26, 2019||closed|
|FLAMES summer school||x||x||Sept 9-20, 2019||see webpage|
|FLAMES: Introduction to R||x||x||Oct 14-15 & 18 & 24-25, 2019||click here|
|Gender & diversity seminar||x||x|
|Getting your research to the media||x||x||Sept 16, 2019||closed|
|How the brain brings a healthy peak performance: What your brain can do for you||x||x||March 18-19, 2019||closed|
|How to handle conflict situations||x||x||June 21, 2019||closed|
|How to prepare a successful funding strategy and grant application||x||x||Sept 12, 2019||closed|
|Incites benchmark and analytics for researchers||x||Oct 11, 2018||closed|
|Information session: UHasselt open access policy, ORCID and predatory journals||x||x||Oct 23, 2018||closed|
|Innovatief lesgeven en trainen (SEE - Dutch)||x||x||throughout the year||closed|
|Instagram - cancelled||x||x||June 14, 2019||closed|
|Modules on teaching and education||x||x||throughout the year||see webpage|
|Optimizing cooperation in international research groups (@VUB)||x||March 12 & 19, 2019||closed|
|PhD management - module 1: Successfully applying project and time management principles||x||
1st edition: Nov 12, 2018
2nd edition: Jan 24, 2019
3rd edition: March 14, 2019
4th edition: May 10, 2019
5th edition: Sept 23, 2019
5th edition: closed
|PhD management - module 2: Successfully dealing with stakeholders||x||
1st edition: Nov 21, 2018
2nd edition: Jan 31, 2019
3rd edition: May 24, 2019
4th edition: Oct 3, 2019
4th edition: closed
|PhDrinks (1): Happiness & happiness at work||x||(x)||April 26, 2019||closed|
|Presentation skills for applicants for FWO grants for SB research||x||Oct 1, 15 or 22, 2018||closed|
|Presentation skills for applicants for FWO PhD fellowships||x||Aug 12, 13, 19, 21 or 22, 2019||closed|
|Public speaking||x||April 29 & May 13, 2019||closed|
|Real creativity - a practical approach to problem solving||x||x||Nov 6 & 7, 2019||click here until Oct 7, 2019|
|Science figured out: workshop 'pitching your research' + video recordings||x||x||Jan 29 & Febr 26, 2019||closed|
|Start to teach||x||x||March 22 & May 3, 2019||see details|
|Summer school science communication 'Let's talk science'||x||x||July 2-3, 2019||closed|
|SuperheroMe: Personal development using LEGO(R)️ Serious Play(R)||x||May 6-7, 2019||closed|
|x||x||March 28, 2019||closed|
|Value proposition||x||x||October 8, 2019||closed|
|VCS courses||x||x||throughout the year||see webpage|
|Working with Stata||x||x||November 18-22, 2019||click here|
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