Intensive short courses
The centre’s education team works with leaders of the research project nodes to develop their research into opportunities for:
- evidence-based short courses, seminars and workshops
- non-award education activities, such as intensive seminars leveraged off an existing program/unit.
- identifying such opportunities as part of the expression of interest process for project nodes
- marketing and managing the implementation of project node educational activities, including robust evaluation to ensure continuous improvement of the model.
The short course model provides an opportunity to test the market for the development of award courses under broader research themes.
CURRENT WORKSHOPS & COURSES
For too long our traditional approaches to nutrition in Australia have failed to deliver the desired outcomes. Two thirds of us are obese or overweight. Many are on fad diets that don’t work and might even be harmful, and others try unsuccessfully to follow official dietary guidelines. Why is it so hard?
This workshop will present a new approach to nutrition which will explain why we find it so hard to follow nutritional advice in modern food environments that work against our biology. Armed with a new understanding of our biology, we will combine this with the psychology to deliver approaches for nutritional behaviour change.
DATE Saturday 5 November 2016
TIME 9am - 3pm
MORE INFORMATION Doing nutrition better
Proven strategies to get your papers into peer-reviewed journals – faster and with more impact
This one-day workshop is based on extensive linguistic research into the essential elements of successfully published peer reviewed research papers. It will guide you through a step-by step formula that takes the uncertainty, confusion and inefficiency out of the paper-writing process, regardless of your level of experience.
DATE Friday 9 December
TIME 9:30am - 4:30pm
MORE INFORMATION Get your paper published
This intensive course provides an opportunity for advanced students and early career researchers to learn how to enhance their research through the use of new formal tools.
DATE 27 February - 1 March 2017
TIME 9am - 4pm each day, concluding at lunch on 1 March
MORE INFORMATION Formal methods for philosophy of science