Speaking Science is an intensive one day communications training workshop for scientists and it aims to help you to tell your stories. If you need to explain what you are doing or if you need talk to the press, this is the course for you.
This course is aimed at staff scientists based in academia, public bodies or industry & 4th level students, MSc & PhD candidates who need a wide range of skills - aside from research skills - to become successful in their later careers, whether that takes them into the academic world, or into industry. Foremost amongst these non-research skills, is communication.
Seán Duke, Joint Editor of Science Spin Magazine. Seán has 15 years experience as a science writer and editor. He is also the creator and presenter of Ireland's only weekly radio science programme, Science Spin on 103.2 Dublin City FM.
Seán founded the Speaking Science initiative in 2008, in response to the need for scientists to develop better communication skills. Up to now it has only been available as an in-house course.
A Speaking Science course can be held onsite at your University or IT for groups of up to 10 individuals. Also, the course content can be attuned to the suit individual needs of varying groups: staff scientists based in academia, public bodies, or industry and 4th level science and engineering students (PhDs and MSc. candidates.
Contact Seán Duke at email firstname.lastname@example.org
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