Effective Research Proposals Training (London) Last Places Available!

Learn how to submit more effective research proposals at our course in London on 14 June.  Idox is Europe’s leading provider of funding information. We use our in-depth understanding of how funding works to deliver our CPD-accredited workshops and we currently have limited spaces available on our popular Effective Research Proposals course.

Who should attend?  Ideal for academic staff who are expected to write funding applications for bodies including Research Councils and Innovate UK, Effective Research Proposals is led by Idox associate Sheila Deighton, who brings a depth of knowledge from her work over the past 17 years in both the voluntary and public sectors.

Her current work on the commissioning panel of a leading Research Council also means she has an in-depth understanding of what makes research proposals attractive, giving delegates unique insight into:

  • Communicating effectively with peer reviewers and RCUK commissioners
  • Creating a sound proposal structure
  • Writing effective Impact and Knowledge Exchange Statements
  • Understanding what is expected from partners and stakeholders

Delegates are encouraged to bring along funding applications they are working on, or bids that have previously been submitted by their organisation, for use in the practical elements of the day.

When and where is it?  The course will be held on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 at London South Bank University.

How much is it and what is included?  An introductory rate of £205 plus VAT per person, which includes lunch and light refreshments during the day and covers the costs of course material.

How do I book?  Click here to book now. If you have any questions, please contact us at training@idoxgroup.com


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