Other Research Training

A variety of groups internal and external to Queen's offer training opportunities for faculty, graduate students, and staff. Below, Research Services has summarized a set of training opportunities relevant to the conduct of research that are available to members of the Queen's community.

Resources for Research at Queen’s (R4R@Q) series

Queen’s greatly values the incredible contributions of our researchers and their teams on the local, national and international stages. But you are not alone! Queen’s offers a myriad of services to help researchers develop the best possible roadmap to success from project conception through to knowledge mobilization.  To learn more, please join us for R4R@Q!

R4R@Q is here to acquaint Queen's researchers with the resources and people who are here to help.

Questions? Please contact Andrea Hiltz ( ahiltz@queensu.ca)

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Queen's Financial Services

Financial Services has an extensive inventory of online materials and training resources relevant to financial project management.

Financial Services training resources

Queen's Human Resources

Human Resources offers a variety of learning and development  opportunities.

Queen's Library - Researcher Training Program

The Library offers a Researcher Training Program . The program includes several short "self-serve" modules that focus on publishing, managing research data, and managing your research profile.

Tools for Research @ Queen's (TRAQ) - Training

TRAQ  is an e-submission system for research-related administrative processes (e.g., submitting a research grant; submitting ethics forms). The TRAQ unit offers in-person training, as well as online instructional videos and user manuals.

Queen's Equity Office

The Queen's Equity Office  offers an online learning module on accessibility (AODA suite), as well as in-person employment equity training.

Queen's University International Centre

The Queen's University International Centre  (QUIC) offers intercultural awareness training for both students and staff, as well as a certificate program.

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Four Directions  provides Indigenous Cultural Safety training workshops to any Queen’s University student, staff, or faculty member and/or organization.

CORE Training (Human Subjects Research)

CORE (Course on Research Ethics)  consists of an series of online modules that serve as an introduction to the 2nd edition of the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS-2). Participants who complete CORE receive a certificate of completion.

Animal Care

Animal Care  offers theoretical training (QACS 799 - Introduction to Animal Care), as well as practical workshops. All personnel involved with the use of animals in research must be trained in the principles and ethical issues of animal care and use.

Environmental Health & Safety

Environmental Health & Safety  offers a suite of training programs, including WHMIS, biosafety, radiation training, and first aid.