Date(s) - 20/07/2020 - 28/08/2020 All Day
This 4-Week Bootcamp is an intensive programme of online learning and personalised phone coaching designed to help writers and researchers develop a healthier and more balanced relationship with writing. It helps participants enjoy writing again and gives them the motivation, confidence and resilience they need to see their projects through to the end. Stop worrying about writing and start making progress.
Participating will help members of the NARTI network progress a piece of writing/research over the month and gain the insights, tactics and training they need to overcome their writing blocks and keep writing long term. Places on the Bootcamp are strictly limited as the course involves one-to-one phone coaching at the beginning and end of the programme – and contact with writing productivity experts throughout the month.
Please note that initial coaching calls will be made during the w/c 20th July (dates to be confirmed with participants at a later stage).
Prolifiko delivers specialist science-backed coaching services for writers, researchers and academics. Their expert-led training and coaching programmes improve writing productivity and publishing performance – vital for impact. Prolifiko is founded by writing productivity coaches Bec Evans and Chris Smith. Together, Bec and Chris have over 30 years’ experience supporting writers to write and have helped thousands of people – from professors to PhDs – re-ignite their passion for writing.
Bec is an award-winning business author with a career in publishing and supporting writers. She’s also the former head of an international writing school and Leeds University Business School Enterprise Ambassador. Chris is a former academic researcher, content writer, scriptwriter and communications professional with a background in journalism.
How to Apply
Places are strictly limited and will only be offered to those who can commit to the full programme. If you would like to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Wednesday 10th June and include a 200-word summary detailing what stage you are at in your studies/academic career, why you wish to be considered for a place and how it will benefit you at this stage and confirmation that you are able to commit to the 4-week programme.