These sessions are open to all academics and research support staff and will concentrate on grant writing skills, networking and Horizon 2020:
1. Grant Writing Skills: the Art of a Strong Proposal – Traps, Tricks and Techniques, 9am – 11:15am
This presentation covers the art of Grantmanship and is designed for all types of grant applications covering the do’s and dont’s when preparing a proposal together with the necessary building blocks, over and above the research context, with which to construct the application.
2. The Importance of Networking and how to be effective, 11:15am – 1:45pm
With an ever increasing emphasis on multi-disciplinarity, impact, dissemination, exploitation and outreach the network structure behind a research bid is an essential component to be competitive. This workshop presents an understanding of these requirements and the basic principles behind the networking process; helping to identify key players and stakeholders as well as how to approach them.
3. Strategic Opportunities Within Horizon 2020 and How to Address them, 2:30pm – 5pm
This session will introduce Horizon 2020 from a strategic position. The session will explain changes from the FP7 programme and provide a background for insights into the substantial opportunities and requirements for a Competitive Horizon 2020 bid.
You are able to attend as many workshops as you would like and there is no preparation necessary for any of the sessions. To book a place on any of these sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.