This module examines the issues of diversity and inclusivity in the context of research supervision and preparing candidates to make informed judgements to ensure successful research projects and timely completion. In advises on the advantages of employing a project management approach to research in order to support candidates to research ethically and with integrity and how to work with your candidate to predict and respond proactively to potential risks and support needs. The second part of this module addresses a number of common issues that supervisors might encounter during candidature and offers valuable advice about how to respond to those issues effectively. Issues discussed include aligning expectations, motivating candidates who are procrastinating, and dealing with plagiarism, among others. This unit also offers valuable advice about responding to candidates with mental health issues. Supervisors will also need to complete an I2 self-study unit/s as part of the workshop. Please refer to https://research.csu.edu.au/supervision/professional-development for more information and how to access these. (15/02/22, 3 hours, 1000-1300 AEST). Presenter - Emmaline Lear.