Research Integrity Training 

The Research Integrity Training course is a compulsory course for all current research active staff and HDR students. It identifies the principles and responsibilities required of every researcher throughout the research process, from planning through to publication, providing practical guidance on dealing with complex issues. The course is aimed at research staff and students.

The modules are interactive and include questions to answer. There are eight core modules to work through (compulsory) and five supplementary modules (optional).

Each core module includes a series of quiz questions. To be considered complete, you will need to achieve a minimum quiz score of 80% for each core module. There are unlimited attempts allowed.

When all eight core modules and quizzes are completed, you will be able to generate a certificate of completion. You will want to store this for your records. Your line manager may also request you provide a copy of the certificate as part of your performance review process.