This 1-day course has been specially designed to look at the growing need for evaluation, and equip staff to apply best practice principles.
This course at the University of Edinburgh is aimed at helping you make the most of new opportunities in this emerging area or solve problems in your current place of work. You will study with leading practitioners of participatory approaches via three Masterclasses in Edinburgh.
This pilot interactive, online course provides training in communication skills for public engagement. The resource is intended for use by postgraduates and researchers engaging the public with their research, and also to undergraduates with an interest in public engagement.
Intensive four day course created to provide professional development in science communication.
The Science Communication Unit is able to offer a suite of short training opportunities which meet knowledge, training and development needs of organisations, companies and learned institutions working in the field of science communication.
The aims of the workshop are to prepare physicists for participation in public outreach activities and to encourage members 'get out there' and talk to the public.
NESTA FameLab is a national competition to find exciting and engaging science communicators who could become tomorrow's science media stars.
Fellowships are offered to practising scientists, social scientists, clinicians and engineers and provide placements working with national press, broadcast or internet journalists with the aim of building understanding between science and society.
Undertakes training in the field of of user involvement and public participation.
To support the establishment of innovative collaborative research training programmes, originated by and run for postgraduate doctoral students that have a subject - or discipline (in the Arts and Humanities) - specific focus.
We provide science communication skills training for scientists, students and doctors.
The "Meet the Scientist" initiative involves the science centre becoming a forum for researchers to engage in dialogue with the general public.