Walsh scholars at Teagasc logged on to a Q&A session following on from Fistral’s Kick off your PhD asynchronous programme. This session is designed to support PhDs at the early stages of their PhD journey, and this Q&A session was in support of an accredited submission linked to the programme. Teagasc (The Agriculture and Food Development Authority) is the national body in Ireland providing integrated research, advisory and training services to the agriculture and food industry and rural communities.
The group gave an overall feedback rating of 4.04 out of 5 (5 being Excellent).
Asked what they found useful about the programme, answers included:
- “The techniques that were explained through the course and the examples and practical situations”
- “Techniques on how to identify and prioritize your goals and manage time
- “Learning how to manage time and not procrastinate”
- “Books recommended and overall time management”
- “Learning simple techniques to plan my tasks in a way that’s not daunting”
- “Skills on managing time and organisation”
General comments included:
- “Great course, it was very useful!”
- “The content was very good”
- “I love how the sessions were delivered”