ScienceSkills.net

Scientific writing: e-training for chemists and biomedics

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Tailored workshops for academic requirements

ONLINE WORKSHOPS

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CHOOSE A STANDARD LEVEL PACKAGE: Bronze, Silver, or Gold

Or do you need a tailor-made workshop for your research group?
A personalised workshop consists of:

Standard silver workshop (see below) plus:
Written exercises according to scientific discipline
Contact me to discuss your requirements

Prices available on inquiry and subject to VAT

Bronze Workshop

£79
Perfect for senior undergrads, MSc and new Ph.D. researchers
  • Support forum
  • Additional handouts
  • Links to external resources
  • Access to course material and audio for 1 full academic year

Silver Workshop

£279
Great for final year Ph.D. and new postdocs
  • Support forum
  • Additional handouts
  • Links to external resources
  • Access to course material and audio for 1 full academic year
  • PLUS
  • 1 hour of professional 1-2-1 tuition
  • Ability to submit up to 7 pages of written work for professional assessment and feedback

Gold Workshop

£POA
Suitable for aspiring researchers dedicated to improving writing skills
  • Support forum
  • Additional handouts
  • Links to external resources
  • Access to online course material and audio: unlimited
  • PLUS
  • 2 hours of professional 1-2-1 tuition
  • Ability to submit up to 20 pages of any written work for professional assessment and feedback
  • Unlimited support
  • PLUS
  • Professional training in science writing for the web. This is particularly suitable for research qualified scientists looking for an alternative career to academia.
It's all about the skills!

About

Welcome to our e-learning community for university science students

 

Dr. Allison Ross-Kirsop, MRSC

ScienceSkills.net evolved from the success of a set of professional skills workshops, primarily in scientific writing, delivered over a 5-year period to science students at a high-ranking UK institution.

During 2016 I talked with students to see if they would prefer the workshops as online courses. The response to this concept was very encouraging, and I also think this is an excellent idea.

Moving forward with professional skills training for science students, ScienceSkills.net was born, and I delivered the first online pilot course in January 2017 quickly followed up with a second one in March 2017.

A range of online courses is planned to help students develop their writing skills for academic and professional work. Participation in these courses will not only assist students in developing academic writing skills but will also enable them to produce a portfolio of evidence for future employers—critical to finding an entry-level position in the scientific/medical writing or publishing fields or to highlight your writing skills to a PI.

Thank you for your interest in ScienceSkills.net, and I hope that you will join our ever-growing family of e-learning young scientists.

It’s all about the skills!

– Allison Ross-Kirsop