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We are working hard to bring Europe’s top experts to guide you through this course, the website will be updated very soon.
Welcome to Fletcher Wellness-Hotel Leiden , for your days of training and networking. At the back of Leiden Central Station, the venue is conveniently placed for exploring the city.
2333 CW Leiden
+31(0)71 – 870 02 60
To book rooms at the special ASTP rate, follow these instructions:
1.Go to Wellness Hotel Leiden.nl
2.Click book now
3.Choose the number of guests
4.Click add code
5.Select Rate Access/Corporate Code, fill in ‘Groups’ and click add
6.Then select add code again
7.Select Discount Code, fill in ASTP2019 and click add
8.Click update guests, rooms and select the desired dates . Make sure you finish the reservation and fill in all the requested details
It is only possible to book for the agreed rate room via this website. We cannot guarantee this rate if you book via any other website, via e-mail or telephone.
If there are any questions regarding the reservations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ASTP has negotiated a rate of €140 per night for our guest. We will be posting the special booking link here soon.
Training Course Rates
Member Early Bird until 16 October 2019: €1050
Member regular fee after 16 October 2019: €1150
If you are not a member join here for €250 a year and benefit immediately from the membership discounts and other specials
CE Points: TBC
Knowledge Transfer offices are increasingly asked to be involved in creating student enterprise programmes, organising events, competitions, co-curricular courses and providing live case studies that can give students experience of commercialising technologies. These programmes can be a distraction, especially as there may not be much IP involved (and even where there is, we may not own it). However, they can also be fun, generate income and enhance our profile within our institution and outside networks. Besides which, we may not have much choice (or want anyone else to do it).
Finally, on the basis that we generally have neither the experience nor bandwidth to run programmes singlehandedly, we look at ways in which we can engage with external experts: instructors and ‘been-there-and-done-it’ entrepreneurs.
Who should attend?
This course brings together those who have ‘student enterprise’ in their portfolio or would like to have it. We cover some fundamentals of co-curricular course design, introduce some common tools, methodologies & frameworks (taken from the entrepreneurship toolbox). We also take you through the design of events, competitions, challenges, hackathons, their purpose and how they are run and judged.
I learned more in the training course for 3 days than I did the last 3 months at my job. The lectures were informative & interesting.
Hanna Sonning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Organisation and speakers were great, so enthusiastic about their work and very good at transferring their knowledge!
Sarka Bartova, Research Centre Rez, Czech Republic
I learned a lot with this course but I have the feeling that I will learn more during my profession, during the daily world and cases.
Paulo Jorge Magalhães, CERN, Switzerland
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