Our Behaviour Change Bootcamps offer intensive, group-based training to influential groups within organisations, helping them become skilled advocates in applying the behavioural sciences to program design and implementation.
Each Bootcamp is tailored to the organisation’s needs in terms of content, methods of delivery (in-person and/or online) and typically involve up to 20 participants. It’s the ideal course for groups looking to understand how they can apply a behavioural approach to address their needs.
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The Bootcamp runs for a period of 8 - 12 weeks, and provides:
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Each Bootcamp is tailored to the organisation’s needs in terms of content, methods of delivery (in-person and/or online) and typically involve up to 20 participants.
Prior to each Bootcamp, participants are asked to provide information about a ‘live’ problem confronting their organisation that could benefit from a behavioural focus.
The organisers (from the participating organisation and BWA) then review the information and agree on a set of four to six problem statements that participants will work on, in teams, throughout the Bootcamp.
Through a combination of weekly tasks, webinars and workshops, the teams then develop a live roadmap or workplan of completed and future activities to support the implementation of behaviour change projects relevant to their work areas.
Throughout the Bootcamps, teams are supported by BWA’s friendly and accessible training team.
Bootcamps provide a practical grounding in behavioural science thinking and associated capabilities.
They offer a structured and evidence-based approach for undertaking behaviour change projects and aim to upskill a core group of influential staff within organisations to become 'behaviour change champions' who can support and encourage others to look at problems through a behavioural lens.
While each Bootcamp is tailored to the organisation's needs in terms of content, methods of delivery and timelines, they typically run between eight and 12 weeks and involve up to 20 participants.
Bootcamps are case-study rich, involving workshops, webinars, guest speakers and small group activities, with participants being guided throughout by BWA's renowned training team.
“I really liked the fact that there was an appropriate focus on deeply understanding the problem before racing to interventions, and also on the role of behavioural interventions within the context of the broader system (rather than an assumption that a behavioural nudge is always/alone the right solution).”
"Honestly, this course was great! I really appreciated the ability to learn at your own pace. My full-time work was in an intense high-pressure period so being able to catch up and go back to review content as needed was ideal for me.”
Policy Officer, DELWP
“I've really enjoyed the format and mix of eBooks and videos, interactive questions, quizzes and discussion forums. I thought it worked wonderfully well in and made for an engaging learning experience.”
Org Development and Learning Specialist
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