CTRIVE® Competence development
After running CTRIVE® for two years within KAU, at other Swedish universities and with some of our international partners we have evaluated and revised our offering. The research landscapes are also in transition and we have reflected this within the CTRIVE® 2.0 model. 2015 and 2016 seen over 600 participants attend CTRIVE® workshops. At the GIO we look forward to engaging with our academic staff and in supporting them with aspects of their professional development and career enhancement.
The workshops are a support tool for researchers that are looking to gain knowledge, reflect and engage with likeminded people in professional and personal development in relation to career development. It can provide researchers with a competitive edge within a highly competitive environment by looking at the bigger picture of research and excellence.
Each workshop is stand alone and the total package looks at supporting the four main domains of the Research Development Framework
• Domain A: Knowledge and intellectual abilities
The knowledge, intellectual abilities and techniques to do research.
• Domain B: Personal effectiveness
The personal qualities and approach to be an effective researcher.
• Domain C: Research governance and organisation
Knowledge of the professional standards and requirements to do research.
• Domain D: Engagement, influence and impact
The knowledge and skills to work with others to ensure the wider impact of research.
Read more about the Research Development Framework here
The CTRIVE® 2.0 workshops
Building, Utilizing and Maintaining
- Knowing my funders,
and my competitors
- Research Pitching,
using the Value Creation Forum-model
- Increase visibility of your work,
strategic publishing and Open Access
- Media and communication Training,
building relevance and reputation
- Innovation and Research coupled,
why do I need to know about Innovation?
- How do I know what assets I have,
and what is an intellectual asset? "Intellectual Asset Inventory" a tool to help
- In the Head of an Evaluator,
developing competitive bids
- Understanding Impact,
and its growing importance
- Open Science,
not science fiction but the future.
Contact the GIO for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org