This is a brand new session for 2021-22 – providing an introduction to what is involved when developing mutually beneficial research partnerships with communities. It will also help you decide whether it is the favoured approach for you and your community partners.
The session will be delivered by the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement and is aimed at those working in universities who want to know more about community engagement and are interested in the potential of applying a community-engaged research approach.
- Consider your knowledge and understanding of community engagement and community engaged research
- Explore the continuum of collaborative research with communities
- Think about what helps to build strong community engagement and enhance your skills by experimenting with these ideas
- Reflect on how community engagement relates to your own work and roles.
By the end of this session, you will:
- Understand how community engagement works
- Be aware of how community engagement relates to your own work
- Have an understanding of what makes strong community engagement
|Introduction to Community Engagement||Monday 14th March 2022||14:00 – 16:30||Online|
To book a place on this workshop please complete the booking form.
For any queries, please contact Organisational Development.