Areté (Greek: ἀρετή), in its basic sense, means "excellence of any kind". The term may also mean "moral virtue". In its earliest appearance in Greek, this notion of excellence was ultimately bound up with the notion of the fulfillment of purpose or function: the act of living up to one's full potential.
Areté aims to break down disciplinary barriers and bridge learning gaps through courses and workshops aimed at researchers and staff. All members of any of the IDIBELL Institutions are eligible to participate in the program free of charge. However, some of the courses have restricted registration depending on career experience, specific skill levels and other considerations.
ARETÉ draws on the Vitae Researcher Development Framework (RDF), which is structured into four domains covering the knowledge, behaviours and attributes of researchers. It sets out the wide-ranging knowledge, intellectual abilities, techniques and professional standards expected to do research, as well as the personal qualities, knowledge and skills to work with others and ensure the wider impact of research.
Knowledge and intellectual abilities
The personal qualities and approach to be an effective researcher
Research governance and organisation
The knowledge of the standards, requirements and professionalism to do research
C1 Professional conduct
- Ergonomia i Higiene Postural
- Microscopia Òptica
- Bones pràctiques a l’Estabulari
- Píndola formativa en Histologia
- Seguretat i Salut per a la Recerca al Campus Bellvitge
- OMICS in Human Nutrition and Health
- Píndola Formativa Serveis Generals a l’IDIBELL
- La gestió dels Viatges i Dietes
C2 Research management
- Propietat Intel·lectual