As a BRC we believe Training is central to what we do and we are the only Centre to maintain both an Academic Training Lead and a Training Manager to support the career development of our Trainees.
We support trainees from pre-doctoral right through to post-doctoral level as well as healthcare practitioners from a variety of professions (doctors, dentists, healthcare scientists, nurses and allied health professionals) wanting to build a research career.
Since 2007, we have supported more than 100 students, clinicians and NMAHPs to develop the skills needed to undertake research in the field of ageing and long-term conditions.
We provide personalised career advice, identify mentorship opportunities, promote research tasters and internships and encourage collaboration with other BRCs, national NIHR infrastructure, industry and centres of research excellence.
We offer a programme of training events to support the career development of our trainees and anyone interested in developing their skills as an early career researcher.
Our trainees also have access to the opportunities available through the NIHR Academy, which aims to support research capacity development now and in the future.