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TYPE DE DIPLOME : Diplôme d'université (DU-DIU)

DU European Core Facility Management

Domaine : Sciences, Technologies, Santé
 
 
  • Niveau d'études visé

    BAC +5

Présentation

DURATION : 105h

DATE : October 2019 to July 2020

FEES : BUSINESS FEES : 3600 € including taxes (VAT 0%) + tuitions

             INDIVIDUAL FEES :2300 € including taxes (VAT 0%) + tuitions

LOCATIONS :

  •  University of Paris  ( Faculty of Sciences, UFR sciences du vivant - Bâtiment Lamarck B 35 rue Hélène Brion 75013 Paris )
  • 2-3 other sites in Europe (variable between years and participants)

NUMBER OF TRAINEES : 12 trainees

 

PRESENTATION

PEDAGOGIC AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT

  • Teaching will be conducted exclusively in English at differentlocations in three sessions: one session at Paris Diderot University, one at a different location in Europe, and one through videoconference.
  • The theoretical program is given by 11 professors and professionals, all experts in their field. The teaching is based on a combination of lectures, case studies and role-plays.
  • The practical part is a mentoring program. Each participant will do two one-week rotations on two distinct core-facilities in Europe.
  • A welcome brochure, as well as all the teaching materials will be provided to each participant as a USB stick. Additional documents used in the training, will be provided on a file-sharing platform.

DURATION OF TRAINING : 105 hours over 17.5 days (2 weeks + 3 x 2.5 days).

CONTACTS :
Pr. Véronique GRUBER
veronique.gruber@univ-paris-diderot.fr
Pr. Jean-Marc VERBAVATZ
jean-marc.verbavatz@univ-paris-diderot.fr
Registration and Inquiries : fcsdv@univ-paris-diderot.fr

Objectifs

GOALS OF THE TRAINING

The goal of the training is to provide a comprehensive European training (in English) to run a core facility in biological research. Through the delivery of a University diploma, the ultimate goal is to set a European standard for core-facility management and to facilitate exchanges and networking between core facilities.

Compétences visées

TARGET SKILLS

Workplace organization (conflict management, human resources, quality management, health and safety)
Core-facility services (administration of equipment, cost recharging, accounting investment planning, public tender, contracts and project management)
Upkeep and Innovation (maintenance, benchmarking, technological scouting, patents, intellectual property)

Programme

TRAINING ORGANIZATION

The training consists of 45 hours of theoretical training and 60
hours of practicals (105 hours total). It is organized in 3 sessions
of 2.5 days for the theoretical part. One session is held at Paris Diderot University, one at another location in Europe, and one in videoconferencing.
In addition, the choice of two practical modules of 30 hours
(1week each) will complete the theoretical part. For this second
part, one rotation in a core-facility of the same discipline as
the participant (1 week) and one rotation in core-facility of a
different discipline (1 week) will be proposed.

Theoretical part : Administration and accounting (30 hrs) Format : Lectures
Unit 1 : general accounting and cost accounting (6 hrs)
Unit 2 : on-line reservation, cost recharging (user fees), administration and maintenance of equipment (6 hrs)
Unit 3 : investment planning, Public tender and writing tender
specifications (4 hrs)
Unit 4 : patents, inventions and intellectual property (4 hrs)
Unit 5 : contracts (MTAs, collaborations, authorship) and project
management (4 hrs)
Unit 6 : quality management, health and safety (pictograms, safety
levels, laser safety, etc…) (6 hrs)
Unit 7 : Management (15 hrs over 3 distinct sessions) ; Format :
Practicals

  • Human resources
  • Leadership
  • Conflict Management
  • Team building

Practical rotations : the theoretical training will be completed by 2 one-week rotations :
Unit 8 : 1 rotation (1 week) in a core facility of the same technology
as the participant. This rotation is intended for the participant to
be exposed to organization and/or management and/or functional
procedures distinct from their expertise of origin.
Unit 9 : 1 rotation (1 week) in a core facility in a different technology.
This rotation is intended for participants to be exposed to other
technical and scientific disciplines in order to open them to potential interdisciplinary activities.

 

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Contrôle des connaissances

FOLLOW-UP OF PROGRESS AND EVALUATION OF RESULTS
Sign-off sheets of participants.
Satisfaction survey
Informal discussions between teachers and participants
Organization of exams (oral presentations)

EXAMINATION FORMAT
Attendance (25%) and final oral presentations (75%) for training units
1 to 6
Attendance (40%) and oral exam (60%) for training units 7 to 9
A University Diploma (DU) will be delivered to successful participants

Admission

Public cible

TARGET GROUP

The target participants are scientists and core-facility staff members with expertise in any technological field in biological sciences.

Pré-requis

PRE-REQUISITES

The pre-requisites are a professional experience on a technological core-facility and good English communication skills.

Contacts

  • Reine Rigault

    Contact(s) Formation Continue
    • 0157278234
    • fcsdv@u-paris.fr

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