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Fast Track Impact Training

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Fast Track Training for Researchers by Researchers

Learn from the professionals how to equip yourself with powerful tools you can use immediately to create a step change in the impact of your research

Wednesday 14th March 2018, 9am – 5pm

David Attenborough Building, University of Cambridge

 Call for applications for a training place

Impact has become increasingly important within academia, particularly with the next Research Excellent Framework approaching.  Key focus is on how researchers are able to relate their work to a wide range of stakeholders, including industry, decision makers, the media and the public.

University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute (UCCRI) Cambridge Infectious Diseases IRC, Cambridge Immunology SRN and the Bioscience Impact Team are delighted to announce that they have funding for Fast Track Impact, an international training company working in the Higher Education and research and innovation sectors to provide a bespoke training session for researchers within our networks.

This high-quality training, provided by Professor Mark Reed (Newcastle University), will include:

  • Full-day training on Wednesday 14th March
  • 275-page handbook for each participant
  • 100-page magazine and handouts
  • A five-step online follow-up course including written feedback and two one-to-one sessions per participant with a trainer over two months after the workshop.  

For further information about Fast Track Impact please see their website

Closing date has been extended to Friday 23rd February 2018.

If you would like a place on this high quality professional programme, please complete and submit an application form 

 Important - please check eligibility before applying

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UCCRI is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre, with a network of over 150 researchers from all 6 Schools of the University of Cambridge. The Institute supports multidisciplinary research on biodiversity conservation and the social context within which humans engage with nature. It works from a base in the David Attenborough Building, which is designed to enhance collaboration and the sharing of perspectives across organisational and disciplinary boundaries. Find out more...

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