College Research Support, Funding Advice, Impact

Training for ESRC Impact Acceleration Awards

The next instalment of the ESRC’s Impact Acceleration Account training programme takes place next Wednesday on Research Impact and the Welsh Government. These lunchtime workshops will give a brief overview of how to influence policy with research findings.

 

This will include a briefing on the structure of the Welsh Government, its policy development mechanisms and opportunities to input your research and expertise into the Welsh Government’s work, both through reactive tenders and proactive means.

 

The workshop will involve a buffet lunch and a presentation from Joann Corke of the Welsh Government, as well as a case study from Dr Peter Mackie, School of Planning and Geography, on how he has worked with Welsh Government. There will also be ample time for Q&A and discussion. The workshop will be held from 12.00-2pm in Committee Room 1 in the Glamorgan Building, Wednesday 18th November.

 

To book your place at the workshop on the 18th, please e-mail EtheringtonBM@cf.ac.uk. Please include details of specific dietary requirements.

 

For your diaries, future workshops in the series are as follows:

 

Date Time Title Speaker Venue
09.12.15 12-2pm Engaging with Civil Society Lleu Williams, Wales Governance Centre Council Chamber, Main Building
TBC January 12-2pm Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Sarah Brajer-Hughes, Business Development Officer, Research & Innovation Services TBC
24.02.15 12-2pm Engaging with Local Government David Pye, Local Government Association TBC

 

If there are other training sessions or workshops you think would be valuable to you or a group of researchers who are working with particular stakeholders, please get in touch with me and we can discuss how we might share learning/organise a future workshop. For information about training related to Engagement work, I have attached the Engagement Team’s programme for the coming year.

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