Learning to Adapt Wollongong


Environment Institute of Australian and New Zealand (EIANZ)


NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.




Learning to Adapt focuses on evaluating and renewing climate change adaptation programs and leading organisations to implement improvements. The interactive program is held one day a month, over three months, with participants engaging with experts in the field around case studies and applying their learning in group, workplace projects.

August 8 – Evaluating climate change adaptation programs
September 12 – Planning a program of climate change adaptation improvement
October 17 – Leading your organisation to implement climate change adaptation

Who should attend:
We welcome anyone thinking about developing or evaluating climate change adaptation programs for state or local government, major projects or businesses. The course will benefit professionals in:

  • Strategic Environmental Assessment
  • Environmental and strategic planning
  • Sustainability and asset strategy
  • Integrated risk management

At the end of this professional development participants will be able to:

  • Plan a review of climate change risk assessment and adaptation activities
  • Prepare for and conduct climate change adaptation review activities
  • Analyse information and evaluate climate change adaptation performance
  • Review and confirm climate change risk assessment and adaptation project requirements
  • Organise and undertake climate change adaptation project activities
  • Manage the progress of multiple climate change adaptation projects
  • Promote climate change adaptation vision
  • Build confidence in the value of climate change adaptation activities
  • Support a learning environment for climate change adaptation

To register:

Services we provided:

  • Learning Program development
  • Training delivery & facilitation
  • Evaluation
  • Collaborative partnership management
  • Marketing & communications