10 September 2021 - 10 September 2021
1:30PM - 4:00PM
Online via Zoom
Experts from NCCPE will guide you through developing effective and mutually-beneficial partnerships which can enhance your research.
Partnerships are a key part of the engagement landscape and can take many forms. Whilst working in effective partnerships can bring many benefits to both parties, such as increased perspective, higher quality and relevant research, how do you get started? And how do you ensure that the partnerships you develop are effective for all involved?
This course is ideal for researchers keen to develop their partnership work. Find out how to navigate the working in partnership landscape, from identifying whether working in partnership is right for you; exploring the range of different types of relationship you might develop; navigating challenges; and ensuring that partnerships you participate in are mutually beneficial – the course covers all you need to know to develop effective partnerships.
- Understand the value of partnerships, and when they are the right approach for your work
- Develop skills to deliver mutually beneficial partnerships from setting the foundations, to manage endings well
- Understand potential challenges to working in partnership, and how these might be addressed
- Identify potential partners and know how to approach
- Explore the different types of partnerships that you can develop, from informal relationships to long term approaches
The National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement [NCCPE] was established in 2008 as part of the UK Beacons for Public Engagement Initiative. Funded by the Research Councils UK, HEFCE and the Wellcome Trust, the NCCPE helps inspire and support universities to engage with the public.
This event is part of a three-part series of engagement training sessions. You are strongly encouraged to attend all three sessions if you can. The full series is as follows
- Improving Research Through Public Engagement (Friday 7 May 2021)
- Communicating with Non-Specialists (Friday 18 June 2021)
- Working in Partnership (Friday 10 September 2021) - this session
Online via Zoom. Link provided for registered attendees.