About the course
Make the most of your engagement and gain insights into the planning process with this information session. Led by engagement trainer and consultant Dr Jamie Gallagher we will look at how to develop your plans, communicate them clearly and explore the evaluation process to be aware of at the start of your project. Whether you are an experienced engagement practitioner or this is your first project the session will help you develop and maximise your plans.
Who is it for?
This course is designed for holders of University Research Fellowships, Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellowships, Sir Henry Dale Fellowships, Newton International Fellowships, and Industry Fellowships. You must be a Royal Society grant recipient to be eligible to attend this course.
What will you learn?
This workshop is part of a special 'how to' training series which provides short, virtual training sessions around public engagement and communicating research. The workshop will provide an overview of the application process for public engagement grants and should give you the confidence to apply for grants.
Who is the tutor?
Dr Jamie Gallagher is an award winning engagement trainer and consultant. Working across dozens of institutions and subject areas he has improved the reach, profile and impact of research engagement in almost every academic discipline.
How much does it cost?
The course fee are covered for Royal Society grant recipients, including the University Research Fellowship, Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship, Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, Newton International Fellowship and Industry Fellowship.
Monday 24 October (12.00pm - 1.00pm)
If you’re looking for an introductory public engagement course, we recommend attending our Public Engagement for Independent Researchers course.
You can see a full list of training opportunities offered by the Royal Society.
Please contact us with any questions.