Here’s the public workshops Plan to Win has planned for the first half of 2018.

In addition to public workshops, customised training is available for organisations, campaigns and alliances. We provide intensive training of trainers and can work with you to develop your own training programs and other capacity building projects. Plan to Win also provides facilitation services and one-to-one mentoring.

Contact us to express interest in any of these workshops – further details and registration will be available closer to each dates. If you would like to book Plan to Win for gigs or projects in 2018 get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment. We’re open to feedback on these dates so if there’s clashes let us know!

Training Skills for Action Groups

Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 February

A thorough grounding in training skills in a social movement context with a particular focus on tools and activities to help volunteer action groups really power. Presented by Holly Hammond and India Prior.

Registrations are now open. Full details here.

Deep Democracy for Social Movements

9am-1pm, Wednesday 7 March

Strong movements require effective communication and decision making! In this workshop you will experience facilitation tools that increase buy-in and create great group dynamics through people feeling heard. Presented by Pru Gell, accredited Lewis Method Deep Democracy instructor.

Organising to Win

March to May 2018

Essential skills for organisers! An accessible program including two weekend workshops (24 & 25 March and 26 & 27 May), a mid-point review, practical exercises and group projects. Presented by Holly Hammond and India Prior with special guest presenters with organising expertise in a range of movements.

Activist Learning Circles

Plan to Win is piloting small groups for peer support and critical enquiry using the action learning set methodology. Groups will be able to meet online or in person. Get in touch to be part of this opportunity to reflect, learn and innovate with other change agents.

Women’s Environmental Leadership in Action

April – October 2018. National program with retreats held in Victoria.

WELA is a leadership program designed by and for women environmentalists. It includes three residential retreats, mentoring sessions and action learning projects addressing barriers to women’s leadership in the environment movement. Retreats will be held in April/May, July/August and October.

“The best thing you can do for your health is to get a girl gang. WELA introduced me to women who are inspirational, wise, generous and experienced.”  Phoebe Howe
“Overcoming environmental challenges and creating a future where people and nature can thrive demands a new type of leadership across our organisations and communities. WELA provided the teaching, relationships and space for reflection that allowed me to accept this challenge.”  Victoria McKenzie-McHarg

Applications for WELA 2018 are now welcome! Full details on the WELA website.

Contact us to express interest in any of these offerings. See our People page for details of presenters.