Shepparton: Understanding Human Behaviour to Influence Community Change

Shepparton: Understanding Human Behaviour to Influence Community Change

Are you passionate about sustainability and keen to find out more about how to motivate and create change in your community? Then this workshop is for you.


Are you passionate about sustainability and keen to find out more about how to motivate and create change in your community? Then this workshop is for you.

Sustainability Victoria and Behaviour Works Australia are partnering with Greater Shepparton City Council to offer a free workshop to help volunteer and community groups understand the role human behaviour can play in driving successful outcomes for your sustainability projects.

The workshop is designed for community volunteers who are working to create sustainable changes across their community and will include:

  • An introduction to key concepts of behaviour science.
  • Tools and frameworks to help you develop behaviour change interventions that will enhance the effectiveness of your sustainability projects.
  • A practical session to apply your new knowledge to your own program or project.

Workshop details

The interactive workshop will run for four hours including lunch and will provide places for 20 participants.

WHERE: Billabong Nursery, 295 Numurkah Road, Shepparton VIC 3630

WHEN: Thursday May 2nd 2024

Express your interest

   <-- Click the link This workshop is free, but numbers will be strictly limited. If you are interested in participating, we ask that you submit an expression of interest by "purchasing" an Eventbrite ticket to the event before Close of Business on the 21st of April. Successful applicants will be notified by email in the following week. If your application to attend this workshop is not successful, you may be invited to attend another session, or to attend the online workshop at the end of May. REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

About BehaviourWorks:

Established in 2011, BehaviourWorks Australia is the largest applied behaviour change research unit in Australia, and believes most problems can be partially solved by influencing the behaviours that underpin them. By using insights from the behavioural sciences, organisations can find out more about influences on behaviour and the types of interventions that are most likely to work. BehaviourWorks work has been involved with over hundreds of projects with government, industry and community partners in areas including health, climate change, energy, water, waste, pollution, biodiversity, biosecurity, education, social inclusion, finance and safety.

 

Shepparton: Understanding Human Behaviour to Influence Community Change

 


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