Bespoke Training from the Public Engagement Unit
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Science camp training course for environmental researchers
Science Camps offer early-career environmental researcher the opportunity to learn about and explore the role of community engagement in environmental research. Science camps are hands-on learning programmes. Delivered over five days in the field, they provide immersive, expert-led, peer supported training to develop skills, knowledge and confidence in science communication, engaging communities in research, co-creation approaches in science such as citizen science and enhancing nature connection.
Upcoming camps in January and March.
Online Science Communication Course: Connecting People, Creating Events
This online course will help you Develop the practical skills and theoretical understanding needed for effective, science-based public engagement, from the UWE Science Communication team. The course runs from which will run from 16th January to 24th March 2023.
Environmental Engagement in Practice: Evaluation, sustainability and making a case
Join this free, day-long, practical workshop on evaluation, developing sustainable engagement practice, and evidencing the value of engagement. This event will take place on Thursday 12th January 2023 at 10.00 – 16.00.
Introduction to Social Media for Scientists
An introductory course for scientists wanting to learn the nuts and bolts of using social media and how to create stand-out content. 10 – 11 January.
Science Filmmaking Course
Taught by an ex-BBC science documentary filmmaker, these courses give you the skills to make and promote engaging films about research. January, April and June.