ARE YOU UNSURE HOW TO COMMUNICATE YOUR RESEARCH IN A SIMPLE, ENGAGING WAY OR HOW TO SET UP SCIENCE WORKSHOPS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC?

The FNR offers various types of training to support you:

Media training for researchers

Researchers learn how to communicate with the media and how to effectively place their messages in an understandable way.

Science journalism training

Researchers, journalists and science communicators learn how to use the web to write for a lay audience about science/their work.

Science communication training

Researchers learn basic tools for presenting their work in a pitch or in front of a camera.

Mr Science training

Teachers, educators, animators, science communicators and researchers learn how to communicate scientific content towards lay audiences and young people.

Training sessions are organised regularly and communicated via our FNR Info newsletter, our webpage and our social media channels Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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