Communications and Media Skills training with Dr Emily Grossman
Date: 20th-21st February 2017
Location: ICOSS Building, Sheffield Methods Institute, 219 Portobello, Sheffield
Dr Emily Grossman - best known as a resident science expert on ITV's The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Sky1's celebrity panel-show Duck Quacks Don't Echo and the Discovery Channel's How Do They Do It - will be delivering this 2-day interactive workshop on effective science communication and public engagement.
Across the 2 days, Emily will look at the different forms that science communication can take as well as focussing on how to engage with the media and how to share complex ideas using a jargon-free, story-telling approach to engage a wide audience.
Who should attend:
This course is aimed at early career researchers, academics and research professionals. If you have a desire to improve your communication skills, to learn how to present your research in a clear and engaging way and to learn how to get the most out of working with the media, then this is the course for you.
There is no required knowledge or skills for attending this course, however participants are asked to prepare 2-3 minutes of material that you are happy to present in front of the group on day 2 and receive individual feedback on.
View the draft programme for this course. Please note this is subject to change.
£120 for the 2 day course. This is a flat rate and there are no discounts available.
Places are limited to 12 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please register online here.
Once registered you will be sent a confirmation email with instructions on how to pay via the University of Edinburgh ePay system.
Please note that AQMeN can only accept payment for training via the University of Edinburgh ePay system. We are unable to issue invoices or accept cheques for payment. All payments must be received within 5 days of a place being offered otherwise the place will be released.
Course fees are non-refundable. In exceptional circumstances a refund may by permitted at the discretion of the AQMeN Research and Development Manager.