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Professional Development 

BehaviourWorks Australia (BWA) is committed to improving behaviour change literacy in Australia and giving government and industry professionals the knowledge and skills they need to solve policy and service delivery problems on their own.

Since 2011, we’ve been delivering training to our consortium partners and we frequently provide training through the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. 

A list of indicative professional development courses can be found in our flyer here. 

We also provide Bespoke Training.

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Behaviour change micro-credential

BehaviourWorks Australia is delivering an eight-week course, ‘Applying Behavioural Science to Create Change’ through the Monash Sustainable Development Institute and inviting registrations now. Link here.

This dynamic, case-study rich course will give you:

  • an understanding of  behavioural science in the context of policy and practice

  • an understanding of human behaviour & the psychological drivers that influence it

  • the ability to unpack complex issues with behaviour change frameworks 

  • the ability to apply behavioural science concepts to global and local sustainability challenges

  • knowledge of how to use the BehaviourWorks Method to explore, design and implement behaviour change interventions.

Talk to the team for further information.


BehaviourWorks’ Bootcamps are designed for small and influential groups of staff who want to build their skills in applying behaviour change approaches to their own projects and organisational challenges – in real-time.

The Bootcamps introduce participants to a range of practical, theoretical and methodological topics related to behaviour change and are delivered by highly-experienced behaviour change researchers and trainers.

Each Bootcamp is tailored to the organisation’s needs, with the content delivered via face-to-face workshops, online activities, homework and coaching based on the BWA Method. The course structure is highly interactive and practical, with the training team placing a strong emphasis on learning through group discussion and activities.

.Prior to each Bootcamp, participants are asked to provide information about a ‘live’ problem confronting the organisation that could benefit from a behavioural focus. This task assists in generating a series of well-defined problem statements that will become a focus throughout the Bootcamp.

By the end of the Bootcamp, participants will have a well-developed Project and Research Plan that articulates key learnings, assumptions, gaps in knowledge and proposed and completed tasks relevant to the chosen project.

The ultimate aim of these Bootcamps is to up-skill a network of highly motivated participants to the point where they can become ‘behaviour change champions’ within their organisations.

Contact us to learn more.