The national co-ordinating centre for public engagement have recently announced a series of seminars to be held by the Culture Capital Exchange.
The Culture Capital Exchange are producing The Rules of Engagement, a series of informal seminars aimed at assisting academic researchers communicate their research in a range of public situations and media. Topics covered include expressing complex ideas in an accessible way, making the most of networking, top tips on public speaking, blogging, tweeting, and presenting yourself and your ideas to the media.
Join us for these early evening sessions at Somerset House; wine and nibbles provided!
The events are free to members of The Culture Capital Exchange (although a £20 no-show fee will be payable) and £30 per session to non-members. If you are a not a TCCE member and would like to attend all three for £75, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A maximum of 30 places are available for each session.
For details about the individual sessions and to book please follow the links below:
Engaging in non-academic context: 25 January, 6-8pm
Communicating with non-academic groups: 1 March, 6-8pm
To learn more about Public Engagement visit the RCUK Public Engagement webpages. Further information on the importance and benefits of public engagement, along with the Manifesto for Public Engagement, can be found on the NCCPE website.