Two-day workshop For mid-stage PhD Students in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Are you part-way through your PhD and wondering how to keep going? Do you need a push to progress to the final stages? If so, join us for this two-day workshop. Through activities, discussions, and tutorials, you’ll:
- Clarify where you are with your PhD
- Identify your critical success factors
- Learn tools and techniques to boost your productivity
- Build a support network
- Develop a plan for success
- Make significant progress with your next piece of writing
By the end of the workshop, you’ll be all set for successful completion.
Day One is organised around activities and discussion. Day Two gives you the opportunity to implement what you’ve learned by planning and producing a piece of writing. You can also receive 1-2-1 coaching from the facilitator.
Attendees need to bring their research plan and a laptop.
Duration: 2 days
Max. no. of attendees: 16
“Thought-provoking and very helpful; put me back on the road to completing my PhD.”
“Yes, it did meet my expectations, it also superseded them. The tips on how to complete, timetables, as well as ways to manage the supervisory process, have been incredibly helpful.”
“This was a fantastic training that combined practical advice, skill building, and carved out time to implement these tactics with a one-day writing session. I would 100% recommend others to attend this event. Catherine Pope has, once more, been crucial to the survival of my mental health and saviour of my thesis.”
“The first day provided some really useful exercises that set us up really well for the second day when I ended up writing nearly 4000 words.”
“It was exceptionally informative and helped me formulate a plan.”
“Catherine is like a magical writing wizard.” [yes, somebody really said that!]