Events, seminars and training
Participatory Research Hub Training
‘Developing a Participatory Research Project’
Friday 23rd October 2015, 2:30pm - 5pm
Calman Learning Centre, CLC406 Derman Christopher room, Mountjoy, Stockton Road, Durham, DH1 3LE
Would you like to develop a participatory research project with partners from the university and/or other community groups, but are wondering where to start? This free training responds to feedback from those who have joined the Hub so far that has indicated a high level of interest in participatory research, but a need for more practical training on how to make their own projects happen. This training will:
1 Help you develop a practical research question for your project.
2 Work through key steps for turning a research idea into a research project, including a plan for making it happen.
3 Enable you to consider what methods would be best, and how to overcome any practical challenges you may face (e.g. obtaining funding).
4 In the process, provide opportunities to meet others who may be interested in being partners in similar research, from other community organisations and/or from the University.
5 Provide opportunities for both academics and community members to learn from each other, through practising participatory approaches during the training.
To book your free place, please email email@example.com, with brief details of any topic/s on which you might be interested in developing into a participatory research project.
- Participatory Research Hub Training Flyer 23.10.15 (last modified: 24 September 2015)
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