Sign up now for free training and tailored feedback on public engagement with research, delivered online by the NCCPE as part of the RKEDF. Places limited.
High quality public engagement
Wednesday 29 April 2020, 10:30 – 12.30 online
This online session will develop your public engagement skills to a high level. It is aimed at academics with some public engagement experience, and/or those who have completed the ‘Getting Started in Public Engagement’ course. The course offers an opportunity to reflect on past public engagement work and plans for the future.
We are also offering 1-1 advice sessions to focus on developing your own plans with guided feedback and discussion.
This workshop will be delivered by Sophie Duncan, expert trainer and Deputy Director of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE).
By the end of this workshop you will…
- Explore practical tools, frameworks and concepts that deepen thinking about People, Purpose and Process
- Apply those explorations to your own work
- Consider how to take the concepts into your own work in the future
Wednesday 29 April
10:30-11:30 – Part one
11:30-11:40 – Break
11:40-12:30 – Part two
Friday 30 April
Bookable ten minute sessions, offering advice on your project from Sophie Duncan, Deputy Director of the NCCPE.
How to join
Places are limited to 20 and it is filling up already. You need to sign up through the usual RKEDF process, gaining approval from your Head/ Deputy Head of Department to attend.
The session will be delivered through Blackboard Collaborate, an online learning and conferencing platform. You’ll be sent instructions on how to join the session after signing up. There will be opportunity for discussion and questions throughout the sessions, with a break in the middle.
Instructions for booking an advice slot will be provided during the training session.