Our Training

THE PROCESS PROGRAMME

Training 

One of the main aims of the PROCESS Programme is to provide our Fellows with supportive and comprehensive training in a range of technical and interdisciplinary research skills, transferable and complementary skills, and industrial knowledge, as well as opportunities to broaden our Fellows’ networks and collaborations.

We have developed a training programme that addresses all of these needs, via a personal career development plan, individual training opportunities, network-wide training summer schools and industrial placements.

Each Fellow will have a support committee of their primary academic supervisor and their non-academic supervisor (industrial secondment supervisor). All potential academic supervisors are internationally-known researchers, with extensive research and mentoring experience, and a history of publishing in, and editing, high-impact factor journals. All supervisors will dedicate up to 10% of their time to Fellow supervision.

Fellows will be required to complete three technical skills training courses during their Fellowships, on topics such as data analytics, chemical process safety, and predictive control.

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Summer Schools

Three summer schools will be held over the course of the Fellowships, each targeting a different theme:

1   IP, Data Management and Entrepreneurship;

2   Research and Research Management; and

3   Dissemination, Communication and Public Outreach.

 

Additionally, each Fellow will be required to complete four transferable skills courses during their Fellowship, on topics such as commercialisation, leadership and interpersonal skills, policy development and financial management.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801165.

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