In this engaging, interactive online course, participants will have the opportunity to examine a series of frameworks and tools that can be used to develop high quality public engagement. In applying these tools - through case studies, activities and discussions - delegates will develop a more strategic approach to their public engagement practice.
This course, aimed at those with a basic grounding in Public Engagement with research, looking to take stock and develop a more strategic approach to their public engagement.
- To explore frameworks and concepts that begin to deepen thinking about People, Purpose and Process within public engagement work
- To start thinking about the importance of evaluation to high quality public engagement
- To apply learning to an example of their own public engagement practice and take away tools which will allow practical application of learning in the future
This course will be facilitated by Helen Featherstone, Head of Public Engagement with Research, University of Bath. Find out more about our experienced training team here.
£60 per delegate (standard ticket) or £50 for PEP Network Members.
It is free to join the NCCPE's public engagement professionals network (or PEP Network), which aims to support public engagement professionals across the UK working in higher education and research to access CPD, peer support and the latest thinking on engagement.
Please note, booking for this training session closes on Monday 5th October. If you miss the booking deadline please email us to enquire about availability of places.