Influencing Technical Decision-Makers

The ability to write and present an effective technical case to an internal or external committee such as a client, Board of Directors, or Government select committee is a vital part of a scientist’s or engineer’s job role.

MODULE CODE: MNGT602
START DATE: 9 October 2017
PROGRAMME DURATION: 3 weeks part-time
CONTACT: pgeng@liverpool.ac.uk
INTENSIVE SEMINAR: 19 October 2017
FEE: £999
ORGANISATION GROUP FEE (MINIMUM 8 DELEGATES): £750 per delegate

The ability to write and present an effective technical case to an internal or external committee such as a client, Board of Directors, or Government select committee is a vital part of a scientist’s or engineer’s job role.

Centred on a one-day intensive seminar this 5-credit Postgraduate-level course investigates and demonstrates how advanced technical communication skills can aid science and engineering professionals influence both internal and external key technical decision-makers.

The course provides delegates with the opportunity to improve and gain confidence in presenting and defending complex technical arguments to expert and non-expert audiences through individual and group exercises assessed by leading practitioners in their field.

This course is also a 5 credit University of Liverpool Postgraduate taught module that can contribute to a 35 credit Postgraduate award.

Read the Science and Techology Leadership Programme blog by Eann Patterson

University of Liverpool alumni are entitled to a 10% discount on this CPD course. To apply for the discount, you will need your alumni ID number. If you don’t have this, please register for the alumni website here: www.liverpool.ac.uk/alumni/register and then click on ‘My account’