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GCRF 2018 – Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker
Lorna Wilson Head of Research Development, Durham University
William Mitchell Strategic Projects and Partnerships Manager (International), Research Policy at University of Liverpool
Start
18th April 2018 9:30 am
End
18th April 2018 4:00 pm
Address
King St, Leeds LS1 2HQ, United Kingdom   View map
Phone
0131 357 9854

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Schedule

9.30 Registration

10.00 Welcome and introductions

10.15 Overview of GCRF

10.30 External/Academic Speaker (Tbc)

11.15 Break

11.30 How do professional services best support ODA compliant funding applications?

12.30 Lunch

13.15 Developing GCRF Proposals to Aid Effective Programme Delivery (Collective Call 1 Case Study)

14.30 Break

14.45 Collective Call 2

15.15 “GCRF? What’s that?” How do we engage the disengaged, in order to further improve our institution’s success with GCRF.

15.45 Summary of the Day and Looking Ahead…..

16.00 Close

Details

Target Audience

This workshop is an ARMA “Good Practice Exchange” event to support colleagues who support academics with the development of GCRF funding applications.

We have a whole host of speakers who bring a depth of experience from a range of institutions who have seen success with GCRF, but we would stress that the workshop is mainly interactive. Ideally, you would have been supporting colleagues with their GCRF funding applications and would be able to join group discussions in relation to this. The focus of the day will be on pre-award development of applications, and will predominantly benefit colleagues who work in research development roles (although we would stress that everyone is welcome!).

GCRF has been ongoing now for a couple of years, there have been numerous lessons learned but given the changing landscape, we must continue to evolve in order to be successful with our applications. The workshop provides a great opportunity to network with colleagues, consider key challenges and opportunities we face with regards to GCRF, and share best practice with peers.

We would stress, those who have previously attended “Understanding GCRF” workshops would find this beneficial as it will feature a different programme, different speakers and different attendees feeding into discussions!

Aims and Objectives

At the end of the session attendees will have;

·        Developed a better understanding of best practice across institutions with regards to supporting GCRF funding applications.

·        A greater depth of knowledge with regards to how best to develop GCRF applications which feed into effective programme delivery.

·        A more advanced understanding of how to engage colleagues who are yet to engage with GCRF.

·        A better understanding of how best to support and develop ODA funding applications.

Good Practice Exchange

This workshop is a Good Practice Exchange event. These events explore good practice across the sector on specific topics, currently, we run over 15 GPEs throughout the training and development annual calendar. These one-day events enable delegates to hear from others working in this area in the area and listen to good practice case studies from a range of institutions. They provide a chance to share experiences and expertise with colleagues in structured, small group discussions. The workshops are interactive and delegates are expected to contribute and share in the discussions.

E-delegate Packs

As part of your ARMA delegate experience, we like to give you a pack of everything you will need for your training event. A couple of days prior to the workshop you will be attending, we will send you an information pack about ARMA, a programme for you to print out for the day and a delegate list of your fellow attendees. You may also receive presentations prior to the event if our speakers consent to this, however, this is not guaranteed due to the nature of each workshop.

You can find all other information on your speakers, the venue and what you will come away with from our website.

Enquiries

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact events@arma.ac.uk.

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