British Science Association - Media Fellowships

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.

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UWE Science Communication Unit - Science Communication Master Class

Intensive four day course created to provide professional development in science communication.

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UWE Science Communication Unit - Bespoke short courses 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.

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Voice of Young Science (VoYS) Media Workshops

Free workshops open to early career researchers in all sciences, engineering and medicine (phD students, post-docs or equivalent in first job) who are passionate about science and want to communicate science to a wider audience.

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EPSRC Public Communication Training

EPSRC grant applicants can apply for Public Communication training as part of their funding proposal. This can be used for specialist training to acquire the skills for addressing public audiences

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Royal Society Media Training

This hands-on, one day course for scientists focuses on the skills needed to communicate successfully with the media

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BBSRC Media Training

BBSRC scientists can learn how to use the media machine in promoting their science.

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NERC Media Training

Run by leading journalists, these hands-on, two day courses look at how the media works, how to write effectively, how to do media interviews and how to engage in dialogue with the public.

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