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Programmes comprise a set of courses arranged into themes.

Academic Staff Development Programme

Each individual workshop requires you to book a place through PDMS. You do not need to 'complete' the programme (the workshops all complement each other, but are offered on a stand-alone basis).

Dignity and Inclusion Portfolio

The Dignity and Inclusion Portfolio DIP is a programme of training and resources which addresses issues related to equality diversity inclusion and wellbeing in the workplace.

Essential courses for postgraduates who teach

This 7-hour commitment consists of four components to be completed at the start of the semester teaching is to begin. It must be fully completed before engaging in any teaching activities and only needs to be completed once.


GRADskills is operated by CEED for St Leonards College and supports the development of research postgraduate students to improve their research capability and widen their employability inside and outside of academia.


MSkills is a development programme specifically for Masters students. For more information please visit the MSkills webpage:

Software Carpentry

Software Carpentry teaches software skills to researchers enabling them to get more done in less time and with less pain. Every workshop includes learners with varying levels of experience. No previous experience required.

St Andrews Manager Programme

This programme will run as 4 consecutive day sessions in the following sets: Monday 24-Thursday 27 June 2024, Monday 15-Thursday 18 July 2024 and Monday 5-Thursday 8 August 2024. Participants will be emailed to organise choice set for attending.

TRAMS Participant Development

Open to all those participating in the Teaching, Research and Academic Mentoring Scheme.


Write your journal article! 12 steps to submission

This workshop series is an introduction to the complex world of academic publishing and is designed to give writers in a variety of disciplines practical experience in getting their work published in peer-reviewed journals. We will use the core text Writi