Virtual webinars & trainings

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Open Science & IPR

This workshop is aimed at the researchers in all stages (R1 to R4) as well as research managers. The training will give participants the opportunity to get acquainted with all the principles of Open Science, with practical exercises on how to implement it. Intellectual Property will also be discussed.

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The importance of soft skills in professional life

Presentation of professional/transferable/soft skills developed during doctoral training: time management, project management, team management, communication, how to negotiate with different stakeholders, how to organize successfully a fundraising campaign, how to develop a very valuable network, etc. etc. Two Alumni PhD (University of Torino) with a very interesting postdoctoral career path (non-academic contexts) share their case. In addition a recruiter explains what the companies are expecting from early career researchers.

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CV Writing & Job Interview Skills

The researchers need a good understanding of CV structure and the purpose of all information included. Job application, CV writing and interview competencies to a highly competitive standard are crucial for their career path. During the seminar the researchers will learn about:

  • CV preparation process
  • tailoring the CV to a specific role
  • job application
  • job interview preparation
  • interview techniques
  • formats and types of questions.

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Proposal writing and Funding

European funding opportunities for individual researcher’s career development and grant-writing hints and tips for competitive proposals. At the end of the training session, the trainees are expected to be able to:

  • navigate through the variety of funding opportunities, within the context of european programmes (e.g. Horizon Europe), that address the career development of individual researchers
  • identify the proper sources-of-information, the relevant necessary “background policy” readings, and the required application-templates
  • apprehend the “Reviewer’s Mindset” for particular calls for proposals
  • translate the expected content for particular calls for proposals into customized-by-theme application proposals.

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Project Management

Introduction to Project Management for R1/R2 Researchers.At the end of the Training Session, the Trainees are expected to be able to:

  • navigate through the common “Vocabulary” of Project Management, within the context of European Funded Programmes (e.g. Horizon Europe), and distinguish between Project-, Programme-, Portfolio-, and Operations-Management
  • define the Role of a Project Manager and to identify the necessary competences and skills as per project.

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Planning your research career paths

An important part of the researchers' career is preparing of a Career Plan and its regular updating. Many young researchers do not pay enough attention to this important part. A professional consultant will deliver this training in support of the first and crucial steps of your future career. The participants will be introduced to different tools and options to start with self assessment, then planning and continue with fulfilling their plans.

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Building Your Own Research Network

How to build and grow an international research network? Participants will learn why they need it, how to start building their own research network but most importantly how to keep it strong, reliable and make it grow. Steps, tips and proper behaibiuor will be expained and demonstrated.

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Well-being of a Young Researcher

EURAXESS Mentoring Program and REMO COST Action join efforts to provide young researchers with some recent information, tips, techniques and advices on how to keep their work/private life in a balance. This seminar will help researchers to identify and deal with difficult situations in the work.

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Public Engagement and Visibility of Your Research

Why do we need public engagement? Why do we need to work on increasing visibility? Why publish results and data? These and other important questions will be answered during this seminar.

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Intersectoral Mobility and Mentoring Schemes

The seminar introduces to the participants the opportunities for career development beyond academia. Tools and online information, how EURAXESS could help and how to get the best out of its Mentoring Programmes (REBECA and "Shape the Future of a Researcher"), plus tips and practical advice.

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Responsible Research Data Management

In a research project, data is of utmost importance. Its nature, quality and quantity have an impact on all stages of a scientific research, from designing the methodology to timing, budgeting, publishing or protecting. Data processing, from collection to analysis, sharing and re-use, can however be tricky as small mistakes can lead to serious effects. Fortunately, there are tools and good habits that young researchers can adopt early on to support the quality of their work. Funding programmes and agencies are adding data management selection criteria to their calls. Data management is no longer just a tool for research: it is part of the research process and of researcher’s daily activities. After the seminar the trainees are expected to be able to reflect on their data management and develop good habits to improve traceability, sustainability and visibility of their research. They will be able to pick out the tools they specifically need in their research projects. They will also develop valuable skills outside of academia, as data management does not only pertain to research but also to sectors like industry, business, communication or IT.

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Interacting in an international professional context - EURAXESS Hubs webinar for early-stage researchers

In order to avoid misunderstanding and conflicts, researchers need to refine their understanding of cultural, professional and organizational differences and to improve their communication skills, so that they can work and interact effectively with their colleagues in a multicultural environment.

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