Impact Skills and Training

Impact development manager

Sarah picThe University's impact development manager, based in the Research Support Office, is available to deliver bespoke workshops or talks on impact for early, mid or senior career researchers at departmental or college level. Contact Sarah Hall.

trainingAcademic Practice Service

The Academic Practice Service offers a comprehensive researcher development programme providing courses, workshops and accredited programmes to support the initial and continuing professional development of staff. These include training in communication, engagement and evaluation techniques relevant to impact, including workshops on Designing Effective Pathways to Impact, Effective Research Communication Strategies, Essential Media Skills for Researchers, Influencing Public Policy with Your Research and The Basics of Impact Evaluation. For further information, follow the link or contact Dr Meera Warrier.

''Just to let you know I found the workshop really helpful and very timely, especially as I’m busy writing a grant proposal. In general, the workshop covered everything one probably needs to know about writing a P2I plan.''
Designing Pathways

"Thanks again for a really useful session. I found it all useful, it took a bit of the mystery out of it, having never had to do an impact statement before."
    Designing Pathways









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