A workshop is a training experience available to conference participants upon payment of an additional fee. Workshops must provide a recognisable 'product' and leave participants with enhanced knowledge, documents, and new information.
Workshop proposals must have clearly defined learning outcomes, interactive components, handouts and a well-defined structure. Workshops are seen as a networking opportunity and must be designed to include elements that facilitate this aspect. Workshops will be assessed by the Conference Programme Committee (CPC) based on the following criteria:
• Quality of content
• Relevance to the field
• Diversity of speakers
When are they held?
13 and 14 September 2016
How long do they last?
• Half day (3.5 hours, including one break)
• Full day (8 hours, including two breaks and lunch)
Who can participate?
Conference participants who have pre-registered for the workshop.
What does it cost?
An additional fee is charged to participants.
Who is involved?
One workshop leader is in charge of delivering the workshop and one to three speakers will support the workshop leader and engage the audience (a maximum of two speakers for half-day workshops).
» Download the sample workshop proposal form