This online course is expected to be delivered in two blocks, with exact dates to be confirmed.
Block 1 - April 2021
Block 2 - June 2021
Please register your interest in attending by completing the online form ('Register Your Interest'). If you cannot see the button, please ensure you have logged in or created an account at the top of the page first. You will be contacted again once the dates are confirmed.
Places will be limited and allocated subject to successful completion of a short application process or provision of a personal supporting statement.
We will be building a networking community in advance of the course and further details around this will be provided shortly.
This form is to register your interest only and is not confirmation of a delegate space.
Event Costs (for online delivery)
Member Price - £1320
Non-member Price - £1695
Prices are not VAT applicable and reflect the total cost.
Knowledge Exchange (KE) is an increasingly important area for Higher Education Institutes (HEIs). Driven in part by funders and the government, KE is becoming fully embedded within an HEI’s strategy and activity. The pace of change in KE and the HEI environment has never been greater. Leading a KE team in a HEI therefore calls for a challenging combination of skills across strategy, leadership and management. There is also a need for a deep understanding of the political drivers affecting HEIs in general, and those of your own institution. How each individual institution interprets the external environment within their own strategy and performance measures will influence the KE leadership and team structure. By attending this course you will learn the skills needed to create and deliver an aligned KE strategy for your institution and team. As the next generation of KE leaders you will also be ready to influence the future direction of KE policy
Who should attend:
HEI Knowledge Exchange staff who have been in a Knowledge Exchange operational role for at least 3 years and have recently moved (or expect soon to move) into a strategic leadership role in KE in their organisation.
Delegates should have prior experience in any area of KE, and is not suitable for those with less than 3 years' KE experience.
Attendance will be subject to successful completion of a short application process or provision of a personal supporting statement
PLEASE NOTE: There may be a requirement for delegates to undertake some pre-course work/reading before the course begins.
Event terms and conditions