Induction/Skills training

COURSES SUGGESTED BY OUR DEPARTMENT

Providing transferable and scientific training to Medical Science Division (MSD) research students and staff to enhance their communication, research and teaching skills and further their career development.

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1. TRAININGS YOU SHOULD UNDERTAKE DURING YOUR PROBATIONARY PERIOD:

Anyone who has line management/supervisory responsibilities should undertake the following as a minimum:

 

Depending on the nature of your work, different courses from the Safety Office may be mandatory. Please ask your line manager or DSO to confirm which courses you should undertake:

Additional courses from the University’s Safety Office


2. STAFF CONDUCTING RESEARCH WITH HUMAN TISSUE

Biochemistry staff working with human tissue samples must complete appropriate training for their roles. Be sure to check with your supervisor or Deputy Safety Officer about any specific training requirements for your projects.

See general information about all CTRG-provided training and other ethics training supported by the University.

 If you are carrying out research involving human tissue samples (not cell lines), you will also need to complete mandatory HTA training, even if you have no contact with samples themselves. 

Please note that you and your line manager are responsible for maintaining records of appropriate training. Please keep any completion certificates available in case of audit – if any questions, please see the information available at this site.

Browse these pages to discover more about the courses MSD regularly run.

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Useful resources, including links to online courses, video resources and the MSD Researcher Toolkit.

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