Training Programme Design

We designed a training programme for valorisation and academic entrepreneurship skills development, which targets:


SSH researchers Toolkit

SSH researchers can avail of the REVALORISE+ Researcher Training Toolkit.


Research Support Professionals (KT/TT) 

Research Support Professionals can avail of training videos to support valorisation.

October 2022 - January 2023

Unlock the value of your social sciences + humanities research

A free training programme for Social Sciences & Humanities researchers who want to create societal impact from their work.

About the programme

The REVALORISE+ Researcher Training is a 3-month European programme which will help you extend the reach of your Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) research beyond academia. The programme will take place in a blended format with some activities taking place online and others in-person at your HEI.

Participants in the Valorisation Pathway also have the opportunity to develop their own valorisation plans for creating impact from their research.

Through taking part in the programme’s international workshops, seminars and networking, you will learn:

October 2022 - January 2023

Why should you be involved in the REVALORISE+ researcher training?

Be a pioneer in making use of Social Sciences & Humanities research results


Expand your network through connecting with like-minded researchers and organisations


Learn from real-life valorisation champions from across Europe and beyond


Discover tools and methods to take your research beyond academia


Make a difference with your research

How you can benefit

Who should participate?

PhD STUDENTS & EXPERIENCED RESEARCHERS that are conducting Social Sciences & Humanities research at a higher education institution or are affiliated with one.


TWO PATHWAYS are available for participants: whether you simply want to learn more about what it means to valorise your academic work, or you already have research out of which you want to create greater value.

Awareness Pathway Valorisation Pathway
PhD students & experienced researchers that want to learn more about the concepts of research valorisation and impact creation
PhD students & experienced researchers that have research results/projects with the potential to create societal impact
Learn about the importance of valorisation and how it can be undertaken and supported
Learn about the importance of valorisation and how it can be undertaken and supported. Additionally, you will be guided through the process of creating your own valorisation plan to create impact from your research
Workshops, seminars, networking
Workshops, seminars, networking, creation & pitching of valorisation plan
21 hours
39 hours
Not Applicable
SSH Valorisation Champion Certificate

* 2 days a week for 7 weeks, over 3 months

Personal Valorisation Projects

Personal Valorisation Projects (PVPs) are central to the REVALORISE+ Researcher Training. Each participant undertaking the Valorisation Pathway will be guided through the process of completing a PVP based on their own research ideas or project. Throughout the programme, each participant will provide details about their PVP, which they will present in the final month of the Programme.

For Valorisation Pathway participants, the total number of hours scheduled in the REVALORISE+ Researcher Training Programme is 39 hours (including presence during the PVP workshops and presentations of other participants). This does not include time required to advance projects outside of scheduled activities.

Download 2022 Programme Overviews

Revalorise Research Training Brochure

Unlock the value of your social sciences + humanities research

Registration is now closed

Please contact us for more details.

University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN)
Science Park 400
1098XH Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dr. Balzhan Orazbayeva
Project Director

PLUS E-zine

Issue #5

In this issue of PLUS magazine, we put an emphasis on making Social Sciences and Humanities researchers visible and invite them to showcase their research findings with the wider academic and industry. It also takes a look back at EU Knowledge Valorisation Week.