AcoRD Master class
Date: October 21, 2020 (Duration: 1 day virtual course)
Location: Virtual classroom
NOW FULLY BOOKED
If you would like to join the waiting list for this course please contact the R&D Forum by emailing email@example.com
Using materials agreed with the members of the DHSC non-commercial costing group this new important 1-day course will take an in-depth look at the AcoRD guidance and attribution in practice.
- Understand and apply AcoRD guidance correctly
- Understand the processes used for capturing all types of cost attribution including how these processes relate to external funding and other supported tools (e.g. Schedule of Events Cost Attribution Tool (SoECAT), the NIHR Annual Allocation, Specialist Commissioning etc)
- Appreciate attribution in the wider context including roles and responsibilities, NHS commissioning and the research management process.
This course is for Sponsors and R&D office staff, Universities, non-commercial funders, finance teams, facilitators or grant advisors who are working with researchers on their cost attribution and completion of their SoECAT for funding applications.
Materials will contain all up to date information received from DHSC and the AcoRD specialist community so that Forum members are accessing consistent training. As this is intended to be a master class members should have completed the NIHR e learning course and have some practical experience before attending. Please note that this is for experienced staff and is not a basics course.
We are pleased to be able to offer the following discounts on group booking from individuals employed by any NHS Trust, CCG, GP Practice or charity, where the booking is paid directly by that organisation.
10% for two or more
20% for 4 or more
Single contract bookings for large groups can also be organised on request.
Price: £250 plus VAT