Registration is now open for our new online Responsible Research 101 course starting on Monday 6th July.
The course is aimed at research students (MPhil, PhD), researcher scientists, lab managers and technical staff actively conducting Bioscience research. Consisting of 8 scheduled live webinars (see timetable below) the course is designed to provide participants with a greater indepth knowledge and practical understanding of how to implement our six simple steps for responsible bioscience research (view the FREE Introduction to Responsible Research 101 webinar for more details, or download a copy of the Responsible Research 101 Course Overview).
10am-12noon (BST), Mon 6th July – Session 1: Introduction to the 6 simple steps.
10am-12noon (BST), Tue 7th July – Session 2: What type of research will you undertake?
10am-12noon (BST), Wed 8th July – Session 3: What is the best research model?
10am-12noon (BST), Thur 9th July – Session 4: Get to know your research framework
10am-12noon (BST), Mon 15th July – Session 5: Common experimental design flaws and how to avoid them
10am-12noon (BST), Tue 16th July – Session 6: Can you improve your research models, methods and techniques?
10am-12noon (BST), Wed 17th July – Session 7: Evaluate your research
10am-12noon (BST), Thur 18th July – Session 8: Disseminating your research outputs
Book your place now to take advantage of our introductory offer of ONLY £180 per person. The price includes 8 live interactive online sessions (plus session recordings to review material or catch up any missed sessions), access to our expert tutor (Dr Nikki Osborne) for the duration of the course, and copies of all course materials, activities and handouts.
- This course is limited to 10 places that will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
- We are passionate about providing the training and support that our participants need so places on our training courses are strictly limited to enable us to tailor aspects of the content to individual needs. This is what our clients have come to expect and no less than our participants deserve. You can find out more about what our clients and training participants think of us by viewing our CASE STUDIES, or visiting our TRAINING or CONSULTANCY pages.