This HDR Supervision website is administered by the Macquarie University HDR Supervision team.

Contact us at hdr.supervision@mq.edu.au

HDR Supervision Orientation (2018)

In 2018 a range of changes were introduced by the Office of the Dean of HDR. 

 

One of those changes is the introduction of a much simpler & quicker way for Faculty to appoint HDR Supervisors.

 

From March 1st 2018 anyone who wishes to supervise an HDR Candidate will need to have a HDR30 record. HDR30 replaces  HDR01, HDR02 and HDR03.

Retrospective Awarding of 'HDR Supervision Orientation 2018'

The following MQ staff will be automatically awarded HDR30  - HDR Supervision Orientation (2018-2020). 

  • All registrants on the MQSR.

  • All staff who have completed HDR01 and HDR02

'HDR Supervision Orientation 2018' will last 4 years. A supervisor must then update by completing HDR20: Statement of Supervision Practice or equivalent activties.

A diagram of the 2018 workflow process for approval of an HDR Supervisor is provided below.

New staff and Adjunct HDR Supervisors:

Using your MQ OneID:

1. Register for HDR30 via HROnline

If you are new to HROnline CLICK HERE

2. Self-enrol and complete the tasks (see the learning outcomes below) in HDR30 "HDR Supervision Orientation 2018" through a self-paced online Module in iLearn.

If you are new to iLearn CLICK HERE

Experienced Supervisors may be able to complete some activities through pre-existing evidence.

All newly appointed Adjunct Supervisors only need to complete Learning Outcomes 1 & 3 within 12 weeks of their appointment. To obtain access to HROnline and the iLearn site you will need a MQ OneID (if necessary please seek advice from your Faculty HDR Manager).

Please note: after completion of HDR30 - HDR Supervision Orientation 2018validation normally takes up to five working days. Your HDR30 HROnline training completion record is then normally updated within 5 working days after the validation date (click here for a short 5 minute video introduction).

 

Learning Outcomes (click here to download more details):

Participants will:

1. Engage with strategy and governance at MQ 

2. Reflect on, and plan to gain recognition of, HDR

    Supervision practices

3. Engage with people and communities who support

    HDR Supervision at MQ

4. Understand the mandatory HDR Supervision and

    Cultural Safety Module

5. Think through an HDR Supervision problem

6. Demonstrate candidature management planning

7. Complete a digital profile

For further information please see our Q&A Blogs:

I am an established MQ HDR Supervisor

I am new to MQ HDR Supervision

I am an Adjunct HDR Supervisor (Coming soon! In the meantime please click above)

 

Questions?

Contact A/P Bill Ashraf

hdr.supervision@mq.edu.au 

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