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UK Parliament for Researchers: Two New Online Training Sessions

6 April 2021

Parliament for Researchers: free online training sessions from UK Parliament

UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit offers free online training sessions for academic researchers and knowledge mobilisers. Dates and details for two new sessions in May 2021 can be found below – book your place now!

All our online training sessions have captions available, images described and information sent in advance. All sessions will be recorded and available on the Parliament website to watch after the event.

Policy Engagement for Researchers - Government in contrast to Parliament: 19th May 2021, 14:00 - 15:00pm

Parliament and Government are separate institutions, with different ways for researchers to engage with each. To complement your knowledge about working with Parliament, join this practical online training session to explore how research evidence and expertise is used by Government and how you as a researcher can engage, plus how this relates to research use at UK Parliament. Featuring speakers from across UK Government.

Parliament for Researchers - how to engage with devolved legislatures: 25th May 2021, 10:00 - 11:00am

Join this practical online training session to explore research use by the UK's devolved legislatures and how you as a researcher can engage, plus how this relates to research use at the UK Parliament. Featuring speakers from the Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly and Welsh Parliament/Senedd Cymru.

You can also access recordings and resources from previous 'Parliament for Researchers' training sessions, including sessions tailored for researchers at different career stages and covering different topics such as select committees and writing for a parliamentary audience.

For more information about online training for researchers from UK Parliament, email Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit on keu@parliament.uk.

Updated by: Michal Filus