Most courses are suitable for all researchers. The courses contain a mixture of videos, reading, slide shows and quizzes to check your understanding. Each course may take up to 1 to 1.5 hours to complete, but you can dip in and out and just take the sections you are interested in. Please click on the title of each course to start it. You will need to log in using your Bath username and password.
A mandatory course for all researchers –academic and research staff. In order to ensure compliance with the Concordat, the University has introduced an on-line learning module. The aim of this course is to raise awareness of the Concordat to Support Research Integrity and ways in which research integrity is supported at the University of Bath.
This course introduces you to the key issues surrounding research ethics and governance. It will also provide you with a framework that will help you to recognise and react appropriately, through an ethical decision making process, to ethical challenges you may face during your research career.
The module provides a framework that offers practical help in managing a research project as well as highlighting useful management techniques.
Many researchers are unaware of how highly prized their skills and expertise are by a range of employers beyond academia. In this module you will be encouraged to broaden your horizons in terms of career choices and you will gain practical tips that will help you secure your ideal job.
This module is designed for early career researchers who are interested in pursuing a career in academia.
This module is designed to maximise the chances of success of publication for early career researchers writing academic papers.
This course introduces you to the skills needed in entrepreneurship and shows how entrepreneurship fits into the academic life
This course aims to introduce you to the nature of entrepreneurial opportunities, spot and create opportunities, help you understand and use tools for opportunity evaluation and introduce the fundamentals of business planning.
The aims of this course are to help you to think in a logical and systematic way about the resources required to start a successful new venture