In the supportive environment of this workshop, you will be videod while delivering a five minute talk to the rest of the group in the morning. Later in the day, you will receive a 25 minute one-to-one coaching with the trainer (Dr Sue Jackson) based on the video of your presentation and the feedback you receive from the group. The pre-course material contains tips on how to prepare your five minute presentation for the day.
The morning session will be in LT1, New Museums Site, between 09:30 and 11:30, with individual slots running starting every half hour between noon and 16:30 inclusive. The individual slots will also be in LT1.
Please email Amanda Taylor to register for this event and give a choice of three times for your one-to-one slot. These times will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so please be aware that you may not get your first choice. Links to pre-course material will be sent out after registration.
Dr Sue Jackson is the Postgraduate Skills Training Officer for the School of Technology and works closely with the School's Faculties and Departments to co-ordinate skills training activities, contributing to their design, delivery and evaluation. Sue read Natural Sciences at Cambridge followed by a PhD in Materials Science. She is a Chartered Engineer, having worked for nine years at The Welding Institute (TWI) and has worked in the University in various roles since 1990, most recently as Executive Secretary of Cambridge Environment Initiatives and as a Senior Research Associate in the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET). She is a Fellow of Lucy Cavendish College where she has been both an undergraduate and graduate tutor.