Training Opportunities offered through the Heritage Science and Engineering Network
PESP: Making the Theory relevant
Are you a postgraduate student at UCL involved in Heritage Science and Engineering research and interested in communicating your research interests and engaging with wider public audiences?
Then sign up for PESP: Making the Theory relevant.
This free online training course focuses on developing the communication and presentation skills of UCL postgraduate students in Heritage Science, with a particular focus on public groups.
This course is for researchers at UCL who want to embed public engagement into their work. This interactive session will give you the basics of planning your engagement, evaluating your projects and learning more about why we engage – with the chance to ask questions of experienced individuals in the field.
The overall learning outcomes of PESP are to
- Increase skills, knowledge and confidence in: Creating and enabling public engagement activity, Sharing knowledge and experience of public engagement, Applying for funding to support engagement, Creating external networks with relevant individuals, communities and organisations.
- Build internal networks and contribute to existing communities of support.
- Increase understanding and confidence in how public engagement can contribute to your career as researchers.
If you are interested in attending this free training session which will be targeted at Heritage Science and Engineering postgraduates please email HSE Network Coordinator. Spaces are limited so please get in touch as soon as possible.