Bespoke courses for policymakers

Policy Links offer tailored education services to government departments and agencies based on the latest academic thinking and benchmarking of international practices.

 

Introduction to Science, Technology & Innovation Policy

 

Key themes include:

 -  Manufacturing ‘megatrends’ and the ‘fourth industrial revolution’
 -  Industrial context and policy priorities in competitor countries
 -  Assessing the contribution of manufacturing in your region/country
 -  International approaches to industrial strategy/manufacturing policy

 

 


 

 

From research to economic impact: designing modern RTO strategies

 

Key themes include:

 -  Key concepts, frameworks & tools in technology management & innovation policy

 -  Effective practices from international experience (case studies)
 -  Tools and strategies to align innovation mission and technical services

 

For both of these courses, we work with you to tailor the sessions to your specific requirements. Materials are developed by the Policy Links team and experts from the Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy. To encourage valuable discussion sessions we recommend a minimum of 10 participants. These courses can be run either in Cambridge or at a location of your choosing.

 

For more information about the bespoke courses, and to talk about options to suit you, please get in touch with the team.

For further information please contact:

Ella Whellams

T: +44 (0) 1223 748262

E: erd30@cam.ac.uk

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