We want to provide our students with a range of skills which enable them to support their own wellbeing and help them manage some of the challenges they may face during their studies.
Each of the training sessions outlined below aims to be short (1 hour for Undergraduates and Postgraduate Taught students, up to half a day for PhD students) and deliverable to large groups of students.
This page will be updated with new training opportunities in due course. If you have an idea or training request, please send these to Komal Patel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Training for students
Click on the links to explore the training sessions available to students in the Faculty of Engineering.
The Active Bystander training programme aims to empower staff and students across the College community to challenge poor behaviours.
The Faculty of Engineering provides training for staff in order to improve our understanding of unconscious bias.
Further training and workshops
The Student Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service runs a number of workshops and events throughout the year. Further details can be found here.
The Graduate School runs a suite of professional development courses for PhD and Master's Students.
Student Support Zone is a comprehensive online resource containing a wealth of advice and information on wellbeing for students. Departments are encouraged to ensure all students are aware of Student Space.
The Imperial Success Guide offers advice and resources for UG, PGT and PhD students to excel during their time here.