$825.00 inc. GST
Date: 17 June 2021
If you’re involved in the management of a research program, you need to manage current investments to ensure value is delivered for stakeholders, manage expectations and failures, and ensure ideas being funded align to strategic goals. This can be complicated and overwhelming, especially if you manage a program with many current projects and receive numerous applications. Understanding which scientific proposals are those that will provide value is not an easy task. It can take a lot of work to sift through all of the detail and you need to be able to understand what’s being proposed and how this potentially aligns with organisational funding priorities, neither of which you may be an expert in. Good ideas can be rejected and poor ideas progressed if the research manager isn’t on their game. This bootcamp is designed to be professional development that you only need to do once!
This bootcamp is designed to be professional development that you only need to do once! You will leave the Bootcamp with knowledge and tools you can apply immediately and forever.
In this Sativus Bootcamp you’ll learn:
This Bootcamp is ideal for anyone working in a field or role that requires review, analysis and/or provision of recommendations for RD&E investment on scientific proposals/applications/tender responses.
Bootcamp price = $750 ex GST (which is a 33% discount).
What you need to bring:
To maximise the value for participants, places are limited.
Dr. Kylie Hewson has 15 years experience working as a scientist, science manager, communicator and advocate. She is passionate about helping scientists build the skills they need to manage successful projects and make their science and ideas more accessible. She also helps science managers with their important role of delivering quality outcomes to investors, end-users and other stakeholders. Kylie has extensive experience preparing proposals to fund her own research, and reviewing proposals to provide recommendations on investment in several sectors. She has won national and international awards for her science and its communication and leads several initiatives to help other scientists.