Developing Your Career (DYC)

DYC project information

The Australian Technology Network’s “Developing Your Career” (ATN-DYC) project is a collaborative venture across the five universities that form the ATN (Curtin University, Queensland University of Technology, RMIT University, the University of South Australia and the University of Technology, Sydney).

The universities in this network share a heritage of working with industry and use that knowledge to provide postgraduate research students with the opportunity to increase their awareness of key issues that increase their employability.

The “Developing Your Career” Short Course (previously called “Maximising Your Career”), like the ATN-LEAP Program, provides the opportunity to expand your cohort of research colleagues and is dedicated to meeting the needs of research students and aims to help participants prepare for their career and empower them with skills and knowledge.

Information about the modules

Information about the Develop You Career short course is available from the ATN’s e-Grad School Developing Your Career webpage. The module covers the following topics:

  • Self assessment
  • The world of work
  • Making opportunities – Search Strategies and Networking
  • Career portfolios

Course schedule for 2017

This is the schedule for the moderated modules. To participate in a round you will need to register by contacting Curtin’s project administrator via GRS.training@curtin.edu.au once the offered modules are advertised (usually two weeks before the commencement date).

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Dates Modules
10 June – 14 July 2017 (Week 0 starts 10 June) Developing Your Career
30 Sept – 3 Nov (Week 0 starts 25 Sept) Developing Your Career

Participation requirements

The program is free and you can choose what time in the week suits you.

Certificate of participation

You will be required to complete a set amount of work to receive a Certificate of Participation. The module moderators will outline these requirements at the start of each module.

Registration and contact information

For further information please email GRS.training@curtin.edu.au