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Book or Enquire about an RRI Workshop

By engaging Orbit for a workshop on RRI your organisation introduces staff to RRI and builds up capability in RRI. This has numerous benefits. It helps you to:

Improve research quality by reflecting on social and ethical concerns

Comply with EPSRC strategy

Further your impact agenda by finding meaningful ways of engaging with stakeholders

Strengthen your REF environment statement by providing meaningful training

Comply with Concordats

The concordat to support research integrity

Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers (vitae)

Conform to general standards and good practice.

Overall, and most importantly, RRI aims to ensure that research process, outcomes and purposes are aligned with society’s expectations. The workshop will therefore help orient  your work towards the public good.

The workshop will be delivered by an expert on RRI affiliated with Orbit.

The workshop and interactive format works effectively for a maximum of 30 participants, and clients are requested to provide a suitable room, with a computer projector and a suitable number of  whiteboards / flipcharts and material to allow for small group work of groups with up to six members.

 All fields are required for any enquiry

During the initial phase of the ORBIT project, a number of events will be held at a reduced price for institutions that are eligible to apply for funding from the UK EPSRC. If this applies to you, please contact us directly for further details (contact@orbit-rri.org).

Terms of business are that all workshops are to be booked and confirmed at least 30 days in advance.

Once a workshop has been confirmed ORBIT will submit an invoice for reasonable expenses, which is to be paid on or before the workshop date.

Changes of date and cancellations are only possible up to 30 days before the agreed date.  After this the full costs of the training will be payable.

About Orbit

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) aims to ensure the sustainability, acceptability and desirability of research processes and outputs. The ORBIT project is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Its purpose is to provide services to promote RRI across the UK ICT research community. It aims to move beyond ICT and the UK and will provide RRI services and knowledge to all interested parties.

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