Wildlife PhD Launchpad

Wildlife PhD Launchpad 

The Wildlife PhD Launchpad is a 7-day workshop for those who are thinking of doing a PhD in the future. Led by our Founder, Dr Kayleigh Fawcett Williams, this workshop will help you get clear on whether a PhD is right for you and help you to create a road map for your PhD journey.

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Is this for you?

This Workshop is for you if:

  • You've been thinking of applying for a PhD at some point in the future

or

  • You've been wondering if a PhD is for you

or

  • You've been applying for PhDs but you've not landed one yet 

If ANY of these sound like you, the Wildlife PhD Launchpad is for YOU!

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Why should I sign up?

Lots of people say "I'd like to do a PhD someday" but very few people make it a reality. This can be because they don't really know if it's right for them and even if they do they often don't really know how to go about getting into one.

In this workshop, we'll help you get clear on whether a PhD is the right step for you, and help you to create a road map for getting there.

How will we help you?

In this online workshop, we will help you to get clear on:

  • If a PhD is really right for you
  • What kind of project would be the best fit for you
  • How to plan a project
  • How to find a supervisor
  • How to apply for it!

...and a whole lot more!

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What You'll Get

The workshop includes:

  • Daily LIVE video training sessions
  • Daily LIVE Q&A Sessions
  • Ongoing Support from our Team and your Peers in our Private Facebook Community
  • Plus LOTS of Networking too!

All live sessions are recorded, so you'll be able to catch up later.

What do our students say about our workshops?

We've helped hundreds of students in our courses and workshops. Here's what they said about them.

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FAQs

Here are the answers to the questions we are asked most frequently about this workshop...

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What time are the Sessions?

Core Live Sessions will take place at 20:00-22:00 each day via Zoom. 

Don't worry if you can't make them though - everything is recorded for you to catch up on later!

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How much time do I need to set aside? 

You'll need 1-2 hours each day. Join us live or catch up in bite-sized chunks at times to suit you, wherever you have access to the internet.

Like all of our online events, courses & workshops, we've designed this workshop to be flexible, no matter where in the world you are or what your schedule.

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Will get my own questions answered? 

Yes! You'll have the opportunity to ask and get your questions answered throughout the session. 

Who are we?

Wildlifetek help wildlife students and professionals to gain the knowledge and skills they need for their wildlife careers. We are on a mission to help you to better understand and conserve wildlife.

This Workshop is led by Dr Kayleigh Fawcett Williams. Kayleigh's exciting 17 year career has taken her round the world to work with exciting species in research, consulting and volunteer sectors. Her PhD took her on an adventure of a lifetime that she will never forget, and in this workshop she is here to share her knowledge and experience of the PhD process with you.

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Adam Yaney-Keller

Adam has worked over the past decade on wildlife conservation projects in the U.S., Latin America, the Mediterranean and Africa. 

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Dr Kayleigh Fawcett Williams

Kayleigh is the Founder of Wildlifetek. Kayleigh has spent the past 17 years working with wildlife around the world.  Kayleigh now helps wildlife students & professionals to gain the knowledge & skills they need to better understand and protect wildlife.

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Dr Priscillia Miard

Priscillia is a Primate Conservation specialist and is founder and lead researcher of Night Spotting Project, an outreach platform from the Malaysian Primatological Society.

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Aimee O'Hara

Aimee is a marine mammal scientist interested in the behavioural implications of anthropogenic disturbances and social bonding in young animals.

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Ellie Benton-Best

Ellie is a trainer, facilitator, and life coach. She has experience of working in corporate workplaces and also supports individuals looking for a different direction in life. 

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Virginia Pelayo

Virginia is a passionate biologist and ethologist (animal behaviourist) focused on wild cats. Originally from Spain, she moved to Costa Rica in 2017, where she is currently working.

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