Training Schedule for P4F
The research you do today or in the future, potentially has the power to change people’s lives – but only if they know about it and understand how it applies to them.
In a recent Canberra Times article, University of Canberra scientist, Professor Janine Deakin ranked communication skills as the number one ‘soft skill’ needed by researchers and academics because it can ensure your work gets heard.
The Pitch for Funds (P4F) program (below) is a research communication training ground, where you will learn how to get your research on the radar of potential customers, supporters and beneficiaries and grab the attention of investors and collaborators.
At the end of the training program there will be a chance to present your research to the public and win prize money.
P4F training program (selected workshops)
Monday 4 February: How to pitch, perform and persuade – an overview. Register now!
Monday 4 March: Pitches-in-progress: a session to help you write and deliver a research pitch. Register now!
Wednesday 6 March: Be radio interview ready. Register now!
Wednesday 13 March: Refine your speech and receive feedback (one-to-one coaching). Register now!
Wednesday 20 March (repeat): Refine your speech and receive feedback (one-to-one coaching). Register now!
Friday 22 March: Pitch coaching (one-to-one sessions). Register now!
Wednesday 27 March: Present like a pro (one-to-one coaching). Register now!
Friday 29 March: Pitch coaching (one-to-one sessions). Register now!
Monday 1 April (repeat): Present like a pro (one-to-one coaching). Register now!
Thursday 4 April: Pitch for Funds final