Call for Workshop Submissions

Workshops are a very important part of the congress offering and the EAWOP 2022 Congress will include excellent opportunities to provide workshops for an international mix of postgraduates, early- and mid-career academics as well as practitioners in work and organizational psychology on the morning and/or afternoon of 11th January 2022. 

Past years have seen a large and enthusiastic take-up of our workshops from many of our 2000 congress attendees who have added one or more of

these to their congress programme.

The Congress theme of Interventions at work – Integrating Science and Practice allows plenty of scope for workshop providers (individuals or organizations) to deliver face-to-face, high quality content of interest and value to a truly international audience.


We will have available a broad range of well-equipped workshop spaces to cater for more intimate smaller sessions (n=15) through to large scale (n=50) events around the SEC conference base. Workshops may be designed as either half-day (3 hours) or full-day (6 hours) events. 

There are topics that are traditionally welcomed and needed such as those that develop and enhance research skills in for example:

  • SEM/Mediation/Modelling/Meta-Analysis
  • Data Visualisation 
  • Qualitative Research Methods 
  • Quantitative Research Methods
 

We are also open to high-quality proposals for academic and practice focussed content such as: 

  • Advances in Assessment
  • Communications Skills e.g., effective public engagement, writing for non-psychologists and the use of social media
  • Diversity, Inclusion, Race, Ethics 
  • Evaluating Interventions
  • Evidenced Based Practice
  • Influencing Policy Makers
  • Best practice in Organizational Development
  • Advanced Process Consulting
  • Psychometrics Accreditation
  • Understanding International Culture 
  • Writing Academic Papers (Journal Editors would be very welcome)

If you are thinking about offering a workshop, please get in touch with us to discuss your ideas and we can talk through how they might work. Our contact email is [email protected] and we would very much like to hear your ideas by 30th April.