How to become a supervisor
At UniSA, to be a research degree supervisor, staff have to meet a minimum set of criteria. These can be found in the policy document defining the Register of Research Degree Supervisors. If a prospective student has approached you, or if you are thinking about inviting a student to apply, this is a good place to start.
You'll notice that the policy requires that all UniSA supervisors should have attended the University's supervisor induction program, Supervising@UniSA and its best to sign up for this one-day workshop as soon as you can.
UniSA also requires supervisors to engage with workshops and other events relevant to supervision as part of their professional development as academics. Details of the current program can be found on the supervisor development webpage.