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Are you involved in developing school-university partnerships? Join the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement for a one-day course using their tools to hone your skills and explore the perspectives of all those involved. 
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
Bristol

This one day course supports participants to develop school-university partnerships that inspire students by bringing cutting edge research into the classroom. Using the NCCPE’s Perspective on Partnerships tool, the perspectives of all those involved in partnership – researchers, brokers, teachers and school students, will be explored. Drawing on learning and experience from the School University Partnership Initiative (SUPI), the course will foster new understandings of how to define the scope of new projects, ensure clarity and avoid unmet expectations, as well as renewing and rejuvenating existing partnerships.

Cost: £75 per person (£45 for PEP Network members)

Learning objectives:

Participants would gain an understanding of:

  • The need to consider 4 perspectives in developing school-university partnerships and how these might differ including key insights into the needs and interests of the partners
  • The range of opportunities for partnerships, ranging from spontaneous to long term
  • Practical approaches to school-university partnerships development and tools to support this
  • Activities to support partnerships
  • Benefits and challenges in SUPs

 

Full details and to register