Have you ever wondered about how to involve the public with your research? Would you like to improve your communication skills to talk to the media and the public? What to say during an interview to get your message across? Would you like to feel safer in front of a TV camera or when communicating on social media? Then join us for a straight-to-the-point training!
The FNR invites all Principal Investigators (PIs) to a half-day media crash-course on Thursday 11 January 2024 from 9:30-15:30 at the Maison du Savoir in Esch/Belval (building Auditoires, room 3.070).
This second training session, aimed specifically at Principal Investigators (lead researchers, group leaders, head of lab, etc.) will help you to improve the dissemination of your work. You will acquire the theory and practical skills that you need to stay on top during an interview (or any other public appearance) and communicate your message to the public. The trainings will be run by highly experienced science TV journalists.
How to register?
Please fill in the form below by Thursday 4 January 2024 at the latest!
First-come, first-served basis!
The number of participants at the training is limited to 10 people and expected to be fully booked fast!
Priority will be given to FNR beneficiaries and to researchers who have never participated in previous editions.
We are sorry but the training for Principal Investigators is fully booked!
If you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org