What drives social change? Learn how behavioural psychology encourages positive actions in this investigative workshop, part one of the 2021 ISCBC Youth Summit Series.
ISCBC volunteers will explore examples from invasive species research and successful behaviour change programs from North America and Australia. Whether you are just starting to promote better behaviours or are wanting to increase the effectiveness of existing programs, you will benefit from the knowledge of how to include behavioural psychology in your community service efforts. The techniques you will learn in this training are easy to use and very effective!
Presenter bio: For almost 30 years Ken Donnelly has worked with government and non-governmental organizations to foster positive individual behaviors, primarily in the areas of environment, health, transportation and occupational health and safety. Ken has trained over 10,000 people in behavior change principles in workshops across Canada, the US, the UK and in the Caribbean. Ken also publishes a free weekly electronic bulletin on behavior change, which has subscribers from around the world.
While this training session would normally have a registration fee, we are offering it free to any registered ISCBC volunteer. Want to attend but aren’t yet a volunteer? Visit bcinvasives.ca/volunteer for more information.
Current ISCBC volunteers may contact their facilitator to attend.