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Bespoke/tailored training

BehaviourWorks Australia (BWA) has been providing training to its consortium partners since 2011.

Over the past few years, these training programs have been expanded to include courses based on the needs/interests and suggestions of training participants and partners – helping them fill specific knowledge gaps.

Bespoke training is now a core BWA offer, with standard courses (indicative, right) being tailored to the learning needs of your organisation.

The process of engaging BWA to deliver bespoke training involves an initial consultation with the training team so they understand your interests, industry and the context of the training. We then come to you to deliver that training.

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Workshop topics

The following list of courses/workshops is indicative only. Within each are several subjects that can be mixed and matched to meet your needs. Contact us for further information.

Indicative workshops

  • Behaviour change in public policy masterclass (delivered through the Australia and New Zealand School of Government). This course provides a practical introduction to behaviour change and provides an opportunity to learn about, and apply, the tools and approaches that BehaviourWorks uses to develop and trial behaviour change interventions.

  • Using behavioural science to design better policies and services. This course helps participants understand what a ‘behaviour’ is and practice identifying potential behaviours to address a given problem. Participants will also learn what the key drivers of behaviour are and how they can be diagnosed to assist with intervention design.

  • Understanding the problem from a behavioural insights perspective. This course gives participants an increased understanding of human behaviour and the drivers of behaviour. It gives participants access to a practical method for applying systems thinking to unpack and explore policy or service challenges.

  • Intervention design: incorporating behavioural insights into program and service design.

  • Asking better questions: qualitative methods.

  • Running a basic Randomised Control Trial.

  • Evaluation design for behaviour change interventions.