Learning to Adapt Wollongong

Clients:

Environment Institute of Australian and New Zealand (EIANZ)

Partners:

NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.

Supporters:

  • ACCARNSI, NCCARF

Description:

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:
https://www.eianz.org/events/event/learning-to-adapt-wollongong-program

Services we provided:

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