Term 3 – (30 credits)
This module enables you to establish a network of peers and relevant industry contacts to develop opportunities in key organisations in the local community, research organisations, potential investors, charities and the creative industries.
You will be provided with strategies, tools and methods within stakeholder management, achieving a comprehensive ability and understanding on how to communicate and engage with different stakeholder groups. This will be delivered in a portfolio of evidence tracking decision-making processes, activities and responses, ethical considerations, influence and impact.
This development of opportunities requires you to build your own community of interest from networks, including potential investors, partners, customers or new audiences so that you can build a forward strategy for your applied research project in practice.