Introduction to Public Engagement course, Oct 2017
Dates: 19 Oct 2017; 10am-5pm
Location: University of Birmingham, UK
Aimed at early-mid career scientists and run by The Royal Society, this one-day Introduction to Public Engagement course is for scientists with little or no experience in public engagement and is designed to give you the confidence and skills required to get started. The course includes sessions on the benefits of public engagement, what ‘good’ looks like and understanding audiences, as well as how to create public engagement activities that grow out of, and complement, your research.
The course costs £150+VAT (the course fee and travel expenses are covered for Royal Society fellowship holders, including the University Research Fellowship, Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship, Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, Newton International Fellowship and Industry Fellowship).
Find out more about this course and how to register on their website.