It is a requirement of the CMM that all new clients attend an interview to discuss project requirements and objectives to ensure that the best equipment/instrumentation is recommended for projects. Undergraduate and Postgraduate students will need to attend this 'Assessment Interview' with their Supervisors.
Please bring to the interview:
- A brief literature review of published findings, methodologies in the area of work clients wish to undertake.
- Documented outline of the project's primary objectives
- Any work already performed or researched
- The University is committed to maximising opportunities for students with a disability, and has framed policies and procedures to support this commitment. Definition of "disability" - The University defines "disability" in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. It includes broad categories such as hearing impairment, vision impairment, learning disabilities, mobility disabilities, psychiatric disabilities and medical conditions. The disability can be temporary or permanent and can be of different severity levels.
Please advise at your interview if you have any special needs.
By enforcing these initial consultations Centre staff are better able to advise on the correct equipment to be used for each project, give realistic time frames and ensure the student and project team realise what is achievable. In addition it may be possible to provide advice on alternative and complementary methodologies.