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Systems thinking in practice with Rose Armson

From transport to energy, social work to management, the biggest challenges we face as practitioners and researchers are complexity and uncertainty.  Systems thinking skills can help, especially those that engage with the human dimensions of these complexities and uncertainties.  We would like to invite you to a day or two of 'systems thinking in practice' workshops, hosted here at ISF, convened by renowned UK Systems Practitioner and author, Rose Armson.  This is a rare opportunity in Australia to develop and extend core systems skills to make change in your professional (and personal) life.

Rose Armson is one of the world’s foremost teachers and practitioners of Systems Thinking. As a practitioner, scholar and teacher, she has extensive experience of using systems ideas to develop systems-thinking skills in individuals and organisations facing complex and uncertain situations.

For more details about the workshops, Rose Armson and other opportunities see the flier attached. 

To register for the Sydney workshops at ISF, please go to https://shortcourses-bookings.uts.edu.au/ClientView/Schedules/ScheduleDetail.aspx?ScheduleID=970

If you have any queries about registration, please contact UTS Short Courses on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 2913 or email short.courses@uts.edu.au.

If you have any queries about course content, please contact Nicky Ison nicola.ison@uts.edu.au.

WORKSHOP OPTION 1
Growing Wings on the Way: systems thinking for dealing with complex situations


When: Tuesday, 27 November

Where: UTS (location TBD)

Target audience: Those interested in developing their systems thinking skills, no prior systems knowledge required, but it will also be useful for those with systems experience.

Cost: $560 per person and $360 per person concession/student

WORKSHOP OPTION 2
Growing Wings on the Way: systems thinking for dealing with complex situations
and
Using systems thinking with others

When: Tuesday and Wednesday, 27-28 November

Where: UTS (location TBD)

Target audience: Those interested in developing their systems thinking skills and going deeper, no prior systems knowledge required, but it will also be useful for those with systems experience.

Cost: The Workshop cost for the two days is $800 per person waged and $500 per person concession/student

Are you based in Victoria? Monash Sustainability Institute is also hosting a series of workshops with Rose Armson, see more details in the flier attached.

When

27 - 28 November 2012
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Where

City - Broadway

All Campuses Venue to be confirmed

Audience

All Welcome

More info

Cost

$560 per person and $360 per person concession/student

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