The Graduate Training information site in WebLearn has recently been expanded to advertise training opportunities for graduate students provided by all the academic divisions and departments as well as central services such as the Bodleian Libraries, IT Services (ITLP), Careers Service, Language Centre and Safety Office. Please see:
Here students are able to browse or search for training opportunities and to request places, to their develop academic, professional and personal skills and to help plan their careers.
The site is linked from all WebLearn sites, and will soon be linked from the University’s Student Gateway, and a catalogue of graduate training opportunities will be displayed publicly for prospective students and others (without the facility to book).
If you would like to request a briefing on the service, for example for a meeting about graduate training, or would just like further information, please contact the WebLearn team.
The Graduate Training information service is an on-going collaborative initiative between the four academic divisions, Continuing Education and the central University training providers; the project to start up the initiative was supported by grants from JISC.
This initiative is overseen by a Steering Group, chaired by Patrick Baird (Physics), with representatives of all the graduate training providers, IT Services and Student Administration.
The aim is to sustain the service to students by keeping the information on training provision up to date, and to enhance it where possible.