Being a supervisor
Codes of practice, regulatory frameworks and understanding your new supervisory role.
Adapting as responsibilities come with experience: mentoring junior colleagues, perhaps examining.
Selecting and admitting graduate students (includes link to online self-study resources/ guidance).
Understanding difference in style, and considering whether you need to adapt style to circumstances.
Negotiating to achieve a beneficial supervisor-student relationship. What do students value the most?
Ensuring student and supervisors benefit from co-supervision and avoid the pitfalls.
Ideas for thinking about and improving your personal practice as a supervisor.
Types of feedback you may have to provide for your students, and how to deliver it effectively.
Formal and informal means of monitoring progress: obligations and good practice.
Avoiding problems and where to turn when they do occur.