Career & Training Pathways: towards an Employability Framework for the Biosciences

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Dec 6, 2012 (4 years and 4 months ago)

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Career & Training Pathways:
towards an Employability
Framework for the
Biosciences



‘Cogent Careers’



Interactive website


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Job profiles

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Entry and skills requirements

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Salaries

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Progression pathways

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Case studies, podcasts

Life Sciences Skills Pathways

Careers in Pharmaceuticals

Lab Technician

Process Development

Lab Technician

Process Development

Case studies

COLLABORATION,

COLLABORATION,

COLLABORATION


Career and Training

Pathways

Bioscience disciplines



Anatomy (pre
-
clinical)


Animal Science


Biochemistry


Bioinformatics


Biophysics


Biotechnology


Cell Biology


Developmental Biology


Ecology


Evolutionary Biology


Food Science and Technology


Genetics








Agriculture


Virology


Taxonomy


Systems Biology


Sport and Exercise Science


Plant Science


Physiology


Pharmacology


Neuroscience


Nanobiology


Molecular Biology


Microbiology


Marine Biology




Immunology






Society of Biology


56 full member organisations e.g.

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Biochemical Society

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British Pharmacological Society

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British Society for Immunology

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Genetics Society

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Society for Experimental Biology

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Society for General Microbiology

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The Physiological Society


20 supporting organisations e.g.

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ABPI

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BBSRC

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MRC

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Wellcome

Trust

Science Council:
future morph

future morph
links to ABPI

State of the art technology/approaches

Career and Training

Pathways



Bioenterprise

Gold Standard’
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VOLUNTARY

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protecting, researching, developing, funding

ideas

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creative problem solving

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business improvement, planning

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regulation, H & S, ethics

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inter
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personal skills

Life Sciences Skills Pathways

Graduate Employability


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