A brand new virtual science communication course from the Global Science Show team
Take your science communication knowhow to the next level.
With structured sessions designed to build your skills, increase your knowledge and allow you to create high quality, impactful sci-comm content!
Learn from three highly experienced science communicators
Sam Langford has over ten years experience in science communication. Whether it's delivering science shows, establishing the Global Science Show, interviewing astronauts or even sending a teacake into space, he's done a bit of everything.
Hana Ayoob is an events producer, speaker and illustrator. She loves bringing people together to explore science and the world around them. Hana performs science comedy and is one of the four hosts of the Why Aren't You A Doctor Yet? podcast.
Sarah Cosgriff is a science communicator, presenter and trainer based in Swindon. She has considerable experience of working with schools and is passionate about inclusive practice in science engagement. She is one of the hosts of the Queer Cuz podcast.
Find out what each session will cover
Six jam packed sessions
Learn everything you need to get your science communication career started, from how to be engaging, to project management and running social media.
Session 1: Setting the Scene.
In our first session, we will set the scene for this course. We will explore why we do science communication, and look at identifying and tailoring messages to different audiences. This session builds on what is covered in the taster session.
Session 2 : Videos & Visuals.
In this session, we'll explore the fundamentals of producing videos, zines and other types of visual content to tell a science story. This is a chance to get creative and produce something brand new!
Session 3 : Social Media & Raising Your Profile.
The online world is a valuable tool! We'll explore how to use social media to market your content and yourself, with input from all three trainers on how best to use social media to network and become known.
Session 4 : Hands on Science.
Hands on activities are an effective way to engage audiences in different contexts such as at festivals and in schools. In this session, we will explore how to create and deliver a hands-on experience for different audiences. You will also have the opportunity to develop your own ideas in this session.
Session 5 : Making Things Happen.
Whether you're producing a one-off video or organising a science festival, managing a project is just as important as creating its content. In this session we'll go over timelines, managing teams, budgets, health and safety, safeguarding and other essentials.
Session 6 : Case Studies & Next Steps.
In our final session, we'll explore a variety of science communication case studies based on your requests and suggestions. We will also talk about science communication jobs and other opportunities with plenty of time for questions.
Get a chance to network with other rising stars of science communication
With a dedicated Discord space to share ideas, get advice and perhaps find a collaborator for that project you've always wanted to build!
Two cohorts of trainees
to fit your schedule
Choose the time that best suits you and your schedule.
Group A sessions will run from 10am - 12pm GMT
Group B sessions will run from 6pm - 8pm GMT
Trainees will get the best experience from attending live sessions but we understand life can get in the way. Recordings will be available to trainees until the following session.
Course access at
a competitive price
£240 for the entire course
One free place available in each cohort, email email@example.com to enquire
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Six X 2 hour live sessions
Access to the networking space
Six drop in sessions with the trainers
Ongoing support across 12 weeks
Access to our networks
Optional homework activities