Train-the-trainer workshop & course development hackathon

This event combines two separate events, a 2-day train-the-trainer workshop and a 1-day course development hackathon. You can choose to attend one or both events, preference will be given to attendees able to attend both events.

 

Train-the-trainer course

Date: July 4-5, 2018
Maximum 13 participants

Description:
The workshop will be led by the needs of participants with many practical exercises; the focus and content will be refined based on the attendees input.

  • Training Design: How to optimally use didactics and method diversity
  • „Turn manure into compost“: How difficult training situations can contribute to workshop success
  • Moderating discussions and workshops
  • Reading the room/gaining feedback
  • Ensuring transfer of training into daily practice

 

Course development hackathon

Date: July 6, 2018

Description:
The workshop on July 4-5 will introduce the topics with many practical exercises. During the hackathon on July 6 you have the opportunity to integrate what you have learnt into your current projects with additional input of your peers.

  • Examples of interactive training activities (flash talks)
  • Exchange of experience with respect to training budget, best practices, marketing of trainings (depending on interest in the room)
  • Protected time to work on your current projects and get advice from colleagues (brainstorming on concepts etc.)
  • Get to know who is involved in training in the RIs with the aim of creating a network of people interested in training delivery

 

Registration: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CORBEL_TtT

Registration is open via surveymonkey. The train-the-trainer course is restricted to 13 participants. Additional spaces are available for the course development hackathon. Registration is still open and remaining spaces will be filled at a "first come, first served" basis.

 

Practical information:
The venue can be easily reached from Schiphol airport by train. A block booking of hotel rooms has been made at the venue. Attendees will have to pay for their own travel and accommodation.

 

Contact:
For questions, please get in touch with either Rebecca or Vera.
Vera Matser (matser@ebi.ac.uk)
Rebecca Ludwig (rebeccaludwig@eatris.eu)

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654248.