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Introduction to Grant Writing
Fri 30 June 2017, 12:45 – 14:00 BST
Session aims to equip attendees with the skills and knowledge necessary to find suitable funding sources and plan and write strong research funding applications
This course will provide:
- the opportunity to review examples of successful and unsuccessful applications
- a forum for discussing past grant application submission experiences and exchanging good practice tips
- insights into what reviewers look for when deciding which project proposals to fund
- advice on optimising grant applications
After the attending the participants will:
- have a better understanding of the research and career benefits of applying for grants
- be better equipped to find funding opportunities
- have a strong appreciation of the work involved in putting a good proposal together
- have a sound understanding of how to plan a proposal and build a project consortium
- understand what approaches to writing a proposal are most likely to yield success
Session maps to Researcher Development Framework:
Domain A, Knowledge & Intellectual Abilities. Sub-domain, A2 Cognitive abilities.
Domain C,Research governance and organisation, Sub-domain C3 Finance, funding and resources.
Target Audience: Early Stage Researchers.
Please use the booking form to reserve your place by 29th June 2017, 3pm.
Session will be led by Dr. Karl Smith , Research Impact Manager and Research Excellence Framework Coordinator.
Note: Researchers Description
All Research Staff: includes Early Stage Researchers, Established Researchers, Leading Researchers
Early Stage Researchers: Contract researchers, Postdoc and early Career Researchers
Established Researchers: Staff with established research profile
Leading Researchers: Members of Professoriate and senior staff
Post Graduate Researchers: PGR 1, PGR2, PGR3
* Research Domain is derived from the Vitae Researcher Development Framework, available at: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/rdf