The doctoral schools partner with several other internal and external departments and organisations. Below you can find an overview with links to their activities and course offer.
Most modules on education are organized in a demand-driven way by the Department of Educational excellence, professionalization and diversity. This means that instructors/professors can 'order' a tailor-made workshop on a specific topic for a specific group of interested people. However, they also have a limited open course offer. These open courses can be found on their website:
Open courses (not tailor-made courses) will automatically be added to the portfolio of the PhD students who signed the attendance list.
All UHasselt researchers are expected to adhere to the UHasselt RDM policy plan and manage their data efficiently and with integrity. The RDM team can give you advice on data management planning, policies, best practices, tools, etc. You can contact them directly with your questions and/or follow one or more of their trainings. For their course offer, more information and registration, see their training calendar.
Most of these trainings can be acknowledged in the doctoral school portfolio (indicated next to the course in the training calendar). They will automatically be added to the portfolio of the PhD students who signed the attendance list. For PhD students of the Doctoral School of Health & Life Sciences, a combination of different sessions (adding up to a half/full day) can be acknowledged together as (half) a transferable skills course.
Hasselt University encourages personal growth and development among its staff. You can also follow training courses that are not position-oriented, such as language courses, computer, coaching, communication, etc. You can find their training offer (in Dutch) here. In addition, they also offer you access to GoodHabitz, a database of more than 100 online training courses in a range of subjects.
SEE offers training for professionals, built on academic expertise. They aim to create a unique learning environment to refine and broaden your expertise. You can find their course offer here (courses are in Dutch).
Their postgraduate course 'Bedrijfskunde' will be automatically added to the portfolio. Acknowledgement of other SEE courses needs to be requested through firstname.lastname@example.org (as described in this procedure).
FLAMES is an inter-university training network rooted in the five Flemish universities: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Ghent University, Hasselt University, University of Antwerp and KULeuven.
This network aims to support young researchers in their pursuit of best-in-class training in methodology and statistics by providing an overarching, structural, large and high-quality course offer for doctoral students and young empirical researchers.
You can find their course offer here.
Courses that take place at UHasselt will automatically be added to the portfolio of the PhD students who signed the attendance list. Acknowledgement of other FLAMES courses needs to be requested through email@example.com (as described in this procedure).
VAIA is a collaboration between the five Flemish universities. They provide courses and trainings in AI for professionals and researchers in Flanders. Their aim is to unlock the expertise in the academic research institutions so it can flow towards the work force of our society. In this way they help ensure the (future) economic competitiveness of Flanders. With their wide range of accessible courses and trainings, they aim to stimulate everybody to adopt lifelong learning.
f-TALES is a joint training initiative of the five Flemish universities that offers top class workshops open to doctoral (and postdoctoral) researchers. Mission of this training forum is to organize workshops with world-renowned speakers on hot topics in the field of Life Sciences.
You can find their calendar here.
Activities from f-TALES will automatically be added to the portfolio of the PhD students who signed the attendance list.
The VSC is a partnership between the five Flemish universities and their university associations. This consortium brings together knowhow in scientific and technical computing (including high performance computing, high throughput computing, cloud computing and data processing) in Flanders, and houses infrastructure in four hubs: the datacenters of the universities of Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent and Leuven.
You can find their course offer here.