The Faraday Institution provides a training budget for affiliated PhD researchers working on its research project.

An affiliated PhD is defined as a PhD researcher who is contributing significantly to a Faraday Institution research project, as agreed by the project Principal Investigator, Project Lead or Project Manager and is included in a master list of project PhD researchers.

For this group, the Faraday Institution provides:

*The annual allocation of £2,000 per affiliated PhD researcher can be used for various training opportunities, including courses to enhance your knowledge, improve equipment skills, and boost personal effectiveness. Additionally, this fund can cover chartership costs to help you obtain formal qualifications in your professional field. Before enrolling in a course, it’s advisable to consult with your Training Champion.

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