Transform your written communication skills to deliver results and get the responses you need from your audiences by using the INSPIRE framework.
This course offers a comprehensive curriculum that combines the latest research in behavioural science with practical tools and techniques for effective communication. You'll learn how to use the INSPIRE framework to tailor your communication approach to different audiences, capture attention, and drive action. With our flexible online format, you can learn at your own pace and apply your new skills in any setting.
Bring your own piece of written communication: To get the most out of your course, we encourage participants to bring their own piece of written communication. This could be a letter, email, written notice or broadcast.
This course is for you if your role requires strong written communication skills to construct messages and create engaging content that resonates with your intended audiences to drive action and change behaviour.
*Plus 11 hours of self-paced learning between workshops.
This course is delivered to Monash University’s quality standards and has received great reviews from professionals who have successfully completed the course since 2020.
BehaviourWorks Australia Toolbox series of practical short courses are designed to support skills development and the application of behavioural science theories, techniques and methods. See our other short courses:
Dr Fraser Tull joined BehaviourWorks in 2014 and has been a Researcher-in-Residence with WorkSafe Victoria, Environment Protection Authority Victoria and VicRoads (now Department of Transport).
Fraser has led training program design and delivery for several BWA partners; including the BWA behaviour change masterclass and within the bespoke executive education training program.
Fraser is the lead trainer for INSPIRE Behavioural Insights for Better Communication framework for improving written communication course. He specialises in developing sessions around project evaluation, impact assessment, research methods and research design.
Fraser also delivers workshops on how to evaluate behaviour change programs and how behavioural science approaches can be used to inform intervention development and implementation. Fraser teaches into the multi-award-winning masters unit ‘Understanding human behaviour to influence change’, recognised for excellence by Monash University.
Click here to see Fraser's research profile.
I liked practicing what we were learning about on a current piece of work - immediate real world application; also that it can be applied to all forms of communication!
This course was incredibly effective at reshaping the way you communicate with your audience and I'll use this on all my work going forward and recommend my team does as well.
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