Prices from £800
Delegates will also get access to our FREE science communication resource kit, support, and an exclusive online community group

We believe that the best training is flexible, engaging and jam-packed with interactive learning and discussion. Discover the range of communication tools and methods at your fingertips. By the end, you will be on the road to increasing your research impact and connect with audiences around the world.

Learn what works best for you and how you can easily integrate science communication into your everyday routine. Whether it's for conferences or staff training events, get in touch today and become part of the SciComm Essentials community.

SC|E talking

We'll show you what makes a great talk and how to explain complex science through narrative.

You'll leave with the skills you need to communicate your science to anyone and the confidence to give a compelling talk, anytime, anywhere.

Topic covered includes:

1. Tackling the nerves

2. Talking about your science to different audiences

3. How to give a compelling talk

4. Talking on camera (& creating a DIY science video)

5. Talking on radio (& starting a science podcast)  

SC|E media

Learn how to use different social media platforms to promote your science, boost your reach and find collaborations.

We'll explore how social media trends are changing the way we communicate science and reach different audiences.

You'll also discover a range of tools and strategies you can use to plan and manage your social media, with minimal time and effort!

Topics covered include:

1. How to use different platforms to promote science
2. Social media trends to watch
3. Tools & Strategies for using social media
4. Best practice: what to do when things go wrong (and right!)
5. Connecting with journalists

SC|E writing

Learn how to write compelling content for non-expert audiences. We'll talk you through the principles of short and long form science writing and how to transform your research abstract into a lay summary.

You'll also discover how to grab the readers attention & keep them hooked, how to write your own science blog and how to use social media to promote your written work.

Topics covered includes:

1. Writing for non-experts

2. The Press Release: How to write, use & grow reach

3. Long-form writing

4. The Science Blog

5. How to use social media to promote your writing