Demystifying Promotions Workshop

15 October 2014, 1.00 PM - 15 October 2014, 1.00 PM

Venue: CDO Room, Ground Floor, Queen’s Building
The workshop is aimed at those wishing to find out more about the Promotions process and how it actually works. It will be particularly useful for those wishing to apply for promotion within the next couple of years. 

Workshop content

  • clarification on what candidates will need to demonstrate in their CV and case documentation when applying for promotion;
  • processes involved;
  • support that can be accessed;
  • information on the CREATE scheme;
  • signposting to guidance;
  • top tips to follow; and
  • confirming timescales and local processes.


** Lunch will be available on arrival **
Area covered Facilitator Time
Introduction Professor Andrew Nix, Dean 1:00
Progression process Professor Ian Bond, Head of Department (Aerospace) 1:05 - 1.15
CREATE scheme Dr Jane Pritchard, Academic Staff Development Team 1.15 - 1.25
Promotion process Professor Ben Hicks (Mechanical) 1.25 - 1.35
What is excellence? : Interactive session Professor Ben Hicks (Mechanical) 1.35 - 2.05
Personal promotion experience (including top tips) Professor Mark Lowenberg (Aerospace) 2.05 - 2.20
Promotions timescales 2015 Professor Judith Squires, PVC Education
Professor Andrew Nix, Dean
2.20 - 2.30

How to book

To book onto this workshop please email by 10 October 2014.  Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  If there is enough interest Faculty HR will maintain a reserve list and look to run a second workshop. The content of the workshop will also be made available online afterwards.

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