UCL's Public Engagement Unit provides a number of training opportunities for staff and students across UCL.
We also offer one-to-one support to help you develop public engagement ideas, and to apply for funding for public engagement projects. To find out more about our individual support, please contact us.
You can also find practical toolkits about evaluation, and about running your own engagement projects, on our web pages.
Training opportunities we offer and have offered in the past include:
- Train and Engage provides training and grants of up to £1,000 for postgraduate students across UCL. The training aims to help students develop their ideas for activities that open up their research and practice to involve people beyond the context of the university. Funding is available to students' to turn their ideas into practice.
- Post-doctoral Training Day in Public Engagement Skills - 3rd June 2014. This training day for post-doctoral researchers at UCL included introductions to public engagement, project management, and evaluation of public engagement projects.
- Connecting with the public: Research Communication, Public Engagement and Outreach - This series of courses has been designed with The UCL Doctoral School, The Department of Science and Technology Studies, and the UCL Public Engagement Unit, to support UCL research postgraduates interested in public communication and engagement.
- Collaborative Learning in the Arts, Society and the Humanities (CLASH) is a programme of public engagement training, support and funded project activity designed specifically for arts and humanities PhD students, post-doctoral and early career researchers from UCL, King’s College London (KCL) and the School of Advanced Study (SAS). This programme is delivered in collaboration with 4 Cultural Partners: the Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Trust, the Share Academy (London's smaller museums) and King’s Cultural Institute.
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