Training

Here you will find training including opportunities for professional development and communities of practice.

Web training & access

If you need access to edit content on any of the ANU websites listed below you need to request access and attend a training session. Training is run...

What do thesis examiners (really) want?

What do thesis examiners (really) want? How to pass with flying colours Does a thesis have an audience of 2 or 2000? While you write for other...

WHS Committee Member Training (WHSO23)

Module overview This PULSE online module provides Work Health & Safety Committee members with information regarding roles, responsibilities and...

Wildlife training

All staff and students working with animals at The Australian National University are required to attend an Animal Ethics Seminar before their work...

Word for academic writing: formatting your document

This workshop focuses on how to use Word within an academic setting, in particular how to use Word efficiently to format and navigate long documents...

Word for academic writing: maintaining consistency in your thesis

This workshop focuses on how to use Microsoft Word within an academic setting, in particular the features that support the creation of long documents...

Word for academic writing: putting your thesis all together

This workshop focuses on how to use Microsoft Word within an academic setting to add graphics and Excel elements and apply captions, creating and use...

Word help

Drop-in sessions provide an opportunity to ask questions about Microsoft Word, including troubleshooting and help with advanced academic writing...

Words at Work: Language as a tool for inclusion (EDHR09)

Course overview A workplace that values diversity and is free of discrimination is more productive and benefits from greater employee satisfaction,...

Work Health and Safety (WHS) and Fieldwork Safety (WHSC07)

Who should attend This course is designed for staff and post-graduate students who undertake fieldwork. It is a mandatory requirement that...

Work Safely at Heights (WHSC01)

Who should attend This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles where they are required to perform work at heights....

Work Safely at Heights Refresher (WHSC02)

Who should attend This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles where they are required to perform work at heights....

Working with data in Excel

This workshop covers navigating Excel; ideal spreadsheet set-up and data entry; formulas and functions; relative and fixed cell referencing; sorting...

Working with your supervisor

Working with your supervisor: negotiating skills for HDR candidates  It's likely that you have never had a teacher/student relationship quite like...

Write that journal article in 7 days

Write that journal article in 7 days! All research students should think seriously about publishing during their degree. The job market is...

Writing your resume - Academic

Writing your resume - Academic This workshop is part of the Resilient Researcher program which is designed to support HDR candidates and ECR's...

Writing your resume - Professional

Writing your resume - Professional This workshop is part of the Resilient Researcher program which is designed to support HDR candidates and ECR's...

‘How to write:...’ series

One of the most prized skills in research intensive jobs is the ability to write, but employers want people who can write across a range of formats...

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