Are you thinking of how you might take your research beyond academia?
Would you like to engage with the public more effectively?
Or learn how to network efficiently and develop collaborations?
RETT will be running specific training sessions that aim to answer these questions and help you develop your profile as a researcher. Read on for more details and click on the links to register on Skillsforge.
11 Feb 2020, 13:30-16:30
PZA/110 (Piazza Building, Heslington East)
Are you looking to raise your profile in the right circles?
Are you looking to share your work and influence an audience?
Are you looking to create interesting and influential content?
If you answered YES to any of these, then this Networking and Influence “Thought Leadership” Workshop is for you.
Learn how to become a person of interest, influence and impact and learn how you can create the right content to drive your personal and professional profile to new heights. This session is led by Nick Bramley from Impactus Group.
Book this session on Skillsforge.
Networking and collaboration – how can it help your research?
20 Feb 2020, 10:00-12:30
PZA/023 (Piazza Building, Heslington East)
29 Apr 2020, 13:00-15:30
SLB/205 (Spring Lane Building, Heslington West)
Traditionally researchers have worked either alone or in small research research teams. Research councils and funding bodies, however, increasingly expect researchers to work in cognate subject disciplines to enable a cross-fertilisation of ideas and expertise.
But how do you network effectively and set up successful collaborations? This session will look at how you network and make the most of the opportunities you have.
Secure your place on Skillsforge.
Introduction to Intellectual Property with Vitae & the Government IP Office
2 March 2020, 10:30-15:30
Lunch is provided
This training session will provide a detailed overview of the ways in which you can protect your ideas and the main types of intellectual property rights including patents, copyright, and trademarks and branding.
This one-day training event will be led by Vitae and the Governmental Intellectual Property Office. There will also be input from university staff offering support at York and information on who to go to for help. Come and boost your knowledge of how to protect and share your research.
Book your place now on Skillsforge.