Ethics Training Opportunities
The TCPS CORE Tutorial is available online from the Tri-Council Panel on Research Ethics. This is recommended for all researchers, research team members, and students who are planning to do research and/or applying for research ethics approval. The steps to follow to take TCPS2 free online tutorial “Course on Research Ethics” (CORE):
- Click on https://tcps2core.ca/welcome to access the registration portal.
- Click on the “LOGIN TO CORE/CREATE ACCOUNT” icon on the right side of the page.
- Click on “Create new account here”.
- Fill out the boxes with your information.
- Once you have clicked “register,” an email will be sent to your email address.
- (Please make sure to check your spam or junk mail folder if you didn’t receive an email).
- Click on the link provided in the email to activate your account.
- Once your account has been activated, login to the CORE homepage with your email and the password you provided in the setup of your TCPS2 tutorial account.
- Begin the CORE modules by clicking “start” under the “options” heading. You can complete modules at your own pace. It takes approximately 3-5 hours to complete and you can stop and resume the training at any time.
The Panel on Research Ethics is responsible for addressing the evolving needs of Canada's three federal research agencies, CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC, in promoting the ethics of research involving humans. The Panel develops, interprets, and implements the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS).
The Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards is a source of resources and training on topics of concern relating to research ethics.
Research CA$H (Capacity, Access, and Strength Here) is an online grant-writing workshop presented in collaboration between Aurora Research Institute and Hotıì ts’eeda. This workshop is presented in phases that will guide participants through the development of a high-quality, submission-ready research funding proposal to one of the Tri-Council agencies (SSHRC, CIHR, and NSERC). Our purpose is to build Northern research capacity and increase access to federal research funding programs for NWT researchers and communities.