Training Courses

Well-skilled and effective staff can be an organisation's greatest asset. With carefully designed staff trainings we provide continuous professional development opportunities to support the transition from a purely administrative to a professional role in doctoral education.

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Fundamentals for Professionals in Doctoral Education

The next PRIDE Network staff training is planned for April 3-4, 2018. The training builds on the many years of experience with the UNICA Masterclass and the findings of the PRIDE project.

Learning objectives

  • A broad overview of the past and current trends in Doctoral Education;
  • Gain insights into roles and responsibilities of professionals;
  • Develop an understanding of the expectations towards professionals from supervisors and the academic leadership
  • Increase knowledge on setting up support structures for PhD candidates;
  • Strategies how to make the contributions of professional support more visible;
  • Learn about potential collaborations with partners;
  • Get to know key areas of professional support for different target groups within the university

Addressed issues

  • Global trends and challenges in doctoral education;
  • Positioning and promotion of services;
  • Clarification of expectations from different stakeholders;
  • Contributing to an excellent environment for doctoral education;
  • Means for better collaboration

Why join this course?

This course will guide you through the fundamentals of doctoral education – from major global reform trends and different national practices, to the spectrum of support structures in place in various universities. You will learn from experienced professionals in the field and have the opportunity to network with your peers. The training programme will comprise a mixture of presentations, case studies, interactive activities and discussions. The training also provides an excellent opportunity to learn in a small peer group together with experts who have accumulated specialist knowledge and can add additional perspectives. Over the two days, you will develop your skills and acquire know-how vital to set-up, run, and enlarge your successful and professional support center for doctoral education.

Who should attend this course?

This two-day course is for people who are relatively new to the area of doctoral education. The course is developed for professionals, no matter whether they work on the central or decentral level. We think that this training event is a good way to develop a strong foundation of knowledge in the area. Furthermore, the training will support you in advancing your career as well as in building up your international network with peers.

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Hotel Recommendations

for our participants we pre-booked some hotels near the venue. All of them are within walking distance to the training and conference facilities as well as to the historical city center.

For all bookings please use/state the booking-code PRIDE Association Training_Conference 2018. All hotels will then provide you with a pre-booked room, if still available.

Hotel Regina ****

The 4 star Hotel Regina in Vienna is owned and run in the 4th generation by the Kremslehner family and is completely non-smoking hotel. It is located centrally near a park at the Ringstraße and Vienna University.

For booking you can use the reservation form and send it directly to the following link.

Hotel Boltzmann ****

Within walking distance of the famous Gründerzeit mansions of the Ringstrasse in Vienna, the Hotel Boltzmann Vienna welcomes you in an absolutely quiet and cosy ambience.

For reservation please write to the linked e-mail address using the booking-code given above.

Hotel Deutschmeister ****

The Hotel is located in the Servitenviertel district, which is known for its many restaurants and shops. The Ringstraße boulevard, the Sigmund Freud Museum, the Strauss  Museum  and the Universities are only a short walk away.

For reservation please write to the linked e-mail address using the booking-code given above.

Hotel-Pension Baronesse ****

Within walking distance you will reach Vienna‘s famous 1st district with its major sightseeing places and parks as well as a variety Vienna‘s shops addressing any type of the shopper. Restaurants and bars offering Viennese and international cuisine are reachable within several minutes.

Only for Hotel Baronesse please use the shorter booking code PRIDE !!!

Address:

The training course will take place in the premises of the Office for Research Services and Career Development of the University of Vienna. Just find Berggasse 7 (1090 Vienna) and go up to the second floor.

Getting there:

The easiest way to get to the training facilities is to use public transport. Viennese traffic is heavy  in the morning, so we recommend not to take your car.

Metro: use metro line U2 and exit at station "Schottentor". The premises are within max. 10 minutes walking distance.

Tram: use tram lines no. 37, 38, 40, 41, 42 and exit at station "Schwarzspanierstraße". The premises are within a few minutes walking distance.

Get more information on the website of Wiener Linien, Vienna’s public transport operator. The site is available in English and contains a route planning option as well as all maps and timetables.

Among the great rewards of the master class experience was the possibility to discuss with other participants from speakers and organizers to colleagues around Europe and even outside of it.

 

Kirsi Tuohela reflecting upon her Master Class participation

We believe in knowledge-sharing as a competitive advantage and try to achieve this with interactive webinars organised by professionals, for professionals. Our first webinar aimed at professionals who want to offer support measures for supervisors such as trainings within their organizations.

Watch the webinar with Stan Taylor, author of the "Handbook for Doctoral Supervisors" and Honorary Fellow in the School of Education at Durham University as well as with Melita Kovačević, Vice-President of the PRIDE Association!