Leadership in Knowledge Exchange - 26-27 April 2022, 20 June 2022

Knowledge Exchange (KE) is an increasingly important area for Higher Education Institutes (HEIs). Thanks to research funders and government policy – notably the R&D roadmap and KE Concordat - KE is increasingly embedded within an HEI’s strategy and activity. Outcomes, outputs, and impact are looked for at local, national and international levels. At the same time, in our pandemic-led year, the pace of change in KE and the HEI environment has never been greater and expectations around the role of research in social, economic and cultural renewal are high.

2022 Course Dates:

This course is expected to be delivered in two blocks with a mid-point check in, as outlined below:

Days 1 - Tuesday 26 April 2022, to be held in person. 

Day 2 - Wednesday 27 April 2022, to be held in person.  

Mid-point check in: Monday 23 May 2022, to be held online.

Day 3: Monday 20 June 2022, to be held online.


Please note: There may be a requirement for delegates to undertake some pre-course work/reading before the course begins.


Venue and Accommodation

We are still in the process of confirming the venue for this course, as soon as we have this information confirmed we will update our website with the following. 


Who should attend?

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. Please note that applications are welcome from non-university research organisations, but applicants should be aware that examples and case studies will be drawn from the unviersity sector.  

Experience can have been gained in any – or several - areas of KE. The course is not suitable for those with less than three years KE experience.  

Attendance will be subject to successful completion of a short application process and provision of a personal supporting statement. Applicants will also be required to provide a supporting statement from their line manager.  Once logged in, you can register your details and you will be sent the application form through email for completion. 

Application forms must be received delegates will be notified of the status of their application. Invoices will only be issued if the applicant is successful. 

First Round Applications: Delegates will be notified of their application status after Friday 28 January 2022. Any spaces still available will then be opened to delegates for Second Round Applications and further deadlines will be publicised. 

Please note: Applications are sent by email, and are not on this webpage. 

26 April 2022 9:00 AM through 20 June 2022 4:00 PM
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Member price-£1,750:Non Member £ 2200.00
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