Our training aims to help you make sense of RRI, to bring the concept to life and help you understand how it can be useful in your own work.
Organised in a modular format, it ranges from a half-day to several day-long workshops. As well as our pre-arranged calendar of training, you can commission us to deliver training at a time and location that suits you.
Our training modules are open-access, available for you to deliver your own training.
WHY DO IT?
RRI aims to create a society in which R&I work towards sustainable, ethically acceptable, and socially desirable outcomes, addressing several agendas needed for a fair and just society.
RRI involves all the key stakeholders, so everyone could do a lot with some help to understand what RRI means and how to make it work.
If you want to play your part in RRI, our training and Toolkit will help you.
WHO IS IT FOR?
RRI aims to open up the innovation process to everyone. So whether you are a policy maker, researcher, educator, business person or a member of a civil society organisation, our training will be of interest to you.
Training is usually delivered in a multi-stakeholder setting, so that everyone who needs to be involved in RRI is present. Occasional sessions are stakeholder or sector specific. More details on our calendar of training.