Research communication workshops

COVID19 notice

We deliver our workshops online via Zoom, maintaining high levels of interactivity and a positive learning atmosphere. Please get in touch to arrange a workshop at contact@researchretold.com or by using the button below. Thank you!

Why choose our workshops?

What we provide

Mihaela encouraged participation
throughout and the practical exercises were extremely interesting and useful. The visual examples and the workbooks provided helped attendees to develop and present ideas on how research could engage different audiences.

I would definitely recommend this workshop and Mihaela as a trainer. ”

Eunice Lawton, Researcher Development Manager, University of Sheffield

We provide interactive research communication workshops tailored to meet your objectives. Our aim is to make each session interactive, engaging, and fun.

We maximise learning in these workshops by providing participants with various opportunities to exchange insights, absorb the learning, reflect on and practice the skills learned.

Why organise a research communication workshop?

  • Practical setting on research communication

  • Key skill-building for generating research impact

  • Supportive and engaging environment

Workshop topics

Create a visual summary

Design a communications plan

Collaborate with industry

Organise a bespoke workshop

Workshop formats

Our research communication workshops are tailored to suit small to medium audiences (up to 30 people). Depending on your organisation’s requirements, choose from our formats below and we facilitate the session from start to finish. The prices below exclude VAT and transport costs.

Power hour

Duration: 1-1.5 h

  • in a ‘lunch-and-learn‘ format
  • as a taster session of our longer training
  • event speaker or panel participant
  • speaker at a departmental series event

Half day

Duration: 3h

  • any of the above topics
  • morning or afternoon
  • interactive and practical session
  • participants receive a workbook to complete exercises and take notes 

Full day 

Duration: 6h

  • any of the above topics
  • interactive and practical session
  • an intense session best suited for smaller groups working on a specific project

Workshop formats

Our research communication workshops are tailored to suit small to medium audiences (up to 30 people). Depending on your organisation’s requirements, choose from our formats below and we facilitate the session from start to finish. The prices below exclude VAT and transport costs.

Power hour

Duration: 1-1.5h

  • in a ‘lunch-and-learn‘ format
  • a taster session of our training
  • as a speaker at your event or on your panel
  • an invitation to speak at your departmental series

Half day

Duration: 3h

  • any of the above topics
  • morning or afternoon
  • interactive and practical session
  • participants receive a workbook to complete exercises and take notes

Full day

Duration: 6h 

  • any of the above topics
  • interactive and practical session
  • an intense session best suited for smaller groups working on a specific project

 

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