Our “Make it Happen” training days are fast approaching:

Designed to support people who are doing great things to make a change.

We know what it takes! Our team has been successfully delivering change projects for more than 30 years.

We’ve developed this training to address some common challenges:

  • Getting clear on your vision
  • Creating a solid plan of actions
  • Communicating your message
  • Including more people
  • Working with limited resources
  • Collaborating with others

Projects of all shapes and sizes are welcome, including those applied to neighbourhoods, workplaces, online communities, entire townships and more.

If you are interested in a particular issue and want to do something more about it, this training is for you!

If you are involved in an initiative that benefits your community, and want to expand its impact, this training is for you!

From sports clubs to social enterprises, local residents, young people, artists, visionary businesses, health and well being specialists, environmentalists, school leaders, committee members of university clubs, not-for-profits, everyone!

Thanks to generous donations, we are also able to offer ticket subsidies, please phone us for more information 0419 006 243

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!

 

Whether you’ve been working on initiatives for years, or you are just starting out, we encourage you to attend, and make the most of this opportunity.

Find out more and book your tickets. Secure your place!

Warm Regards
Karen Corr and the Make a Change team

P.S Get in touch! Tell us on Facebook or our blog pagewhat change are you committed to in 2018 and what support you need to make it happen.

Belinda is a nurse who is setting up face to face peer support programs for mums with Type one Diabites. “I’m attending Expand Your Impact to develop the skills I need to plan and implement my project.”

Beth Eggleston from Humanitarian Advisory Group and Australian Red Cross is our guest speaker.
Beth has held roles in a range of international peace operations and humanitarian response contexts. For more than eighteen years, Beth has worked in the humanitarian sector with field experience in Afghanistan, Liberia, Tonga, Costa Rica, Laos PDR, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam.

 

 

Share with us what change you’re looking to make in 2018 and come along to Expand Your Impact on 18 March

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