Training and events

Our ESRC IAA is committed to developing skills and capacity in knowledge exchange and impact. This includes supporting training and development opportunities for doctoral students and early career researchers, developing opportunities to engage with external partners and audiences, and promoting the work of the ESRC and the IAA. Details of forthcoming training opportunities and events can be found below.

Forthcoming events

  • Industry and Parliament Trust: Regenerating UK’s Urban Environment
    • Featuring Professor Loretta Lees
    • 9 September 2020, 08:30-09:30
    • Online Event
    • More information about this event is available from the IPT site
  • ESRC IAA workshop ‘Engagement with Impact’ 
    • Delivered by Dr Sophie Morris
    • Audience: social science PhD Students and early career researchers
    • 14 and 15 September 2020
    • Online event
    • Book through Eventbrite
  • ESRC IAA training ‘what is impact and why is it important?’
    • Audience: social science PhD students and early career researchers
    • 16 September 2020, 14:00-15:00
    • Book through Eventbrite
  • Midlands IAA group Accelerating Business Collaborations programme: ‘Connecting with Industry'
    • Audience: social science PhD students and early career researchers
    • 7 October to 18 November
    • 7 week online training course
    • For more information and to apply for a place, please visit the University of Birmingham’s site
  • ESRC IAA training ‘why and how to evaluate impact’ 
    • Audience: social science PhD Students and early career researchers
    • 28 October 2020, 14:00-15:00
    • Book through Eventbrite
  • ESRC IAA training ‘what is the impact acceleration account and how can it help your career?’
    • Audience: social science PhD students and early career researchers
    • 11 November 2020, 14:00-15:00
    • Book through Eventbrite
  • Midlands IAA group Accelerating Business Collaborations programme: ‘Entrepreneurial Ventures’
    • Audience: social science PhD students and early career researchers
    • 5 November to 10 December 2020
    • 7 week online training course
    • For more information and to apply for a place, please visit the University of Birmingham’s site