Basecamp#5 UK

Starting at the end of January, we are offering a 6 month learning journey to help you navigate complex challenges, map and diagnose systems and engage others with far-reaching change processes.

Course Information (pdf)

How do I apply?

Applications are open now, and you can express your interest through this online form. We will then contact you for a 20 minute chat from early September. We will close applications on 1st October and allocate places soon after to ensure diversity across the group.

If you would like to learn more before you apply, we are hosting an online session with previous basecamp participants on 25th September, 10:00-11:00 AM BST - please sign up to the online session here. 

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FAQs

Is this for me?

We are looking for inspired and intrepid individuals from business, not-for-profits, public sector organisations and other enablers of change to form a strong cohort of twenty participants.

 The network you plug into (participants, workshop facilitators and the organizers) is incredible!  Gina LaMotte, Ecorise

What will I learn?

Basecamp will help you navigate five core capabilities for system change, introducing you to a variety of tools and methods to lead ambitious initiatives and engage others. You will learn with a dozen high-level system change thinkers and practitioners pioneering this field across the world.

Many of the tools introduced have been great organizing tools even if we take them out of the framework of "systems change" so I have been able to apply my learnings to my work in many ways.  Eddie Junsay, Power Shift Network

This is an applied learning programme, where you will first have the opportunity to try out new skills on a complex Fieldwork project we source with our partners, and then embed new practices in your own work.

 It was really unique to acquire skills to enable change and build consensus, not technical sustainability knowledge which goes out of date.  Elizabeth Howarth, Transport for London

What is the structure of the course?

  • 6 months - from January to July
  • Two in-person sessions at the beginning and in the middle
  • A collaborative team Fieldwork project after the first in-person session, lasting 6 weeks
  • Online learning with peer coaching and support from the School of System Change team

The School provided a constant prompt to put theory into practice and learn from it.  Rachel Jetel, We Mean Business

How much does it cost?

  • Corporate / central government: £7,500
  • NGO / social enterprise / public sector: £5,250
  • Small organisation / freelance / individual: £3,750

30% discount for Forum for the Future network members

VAT does not apply

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