Join the School of System Change

The School has three learning offerings depending on the level of system change practice in your work. The School’s curriculum is underpinned by the five core capabilities needed for systems change.

Basecamp

Basecamp is our flagship six-month learning journey to help change leaders navigate complex challenges, map and diagnose systems and engage others with far-reaching change processes. It is designed for individuals from business, non-profits, public sector organisations and philanthropy who are working on a specific sustainability challenge. 

Basecamp gives you an opportunity to apply your learning to your own work and try new frameworks and models in a supportive environment. The course is delivered through a combination of in-person and online sessions, with a mixture of small group activities, independent reflection and one-to-one coaching. 


In each Basecamp cohort we aim for a group of 20-25 participants representing a wide range of sectors, contexts, and expertise. Participants are normally selected through an application and interview process. We currently run Basecamp courses in Europe and the US, with plans to offer courses in Asia soon.

Upcoming Basecamp programmes:

  • Basecamp#10 - UK, starting September 2020. NOW FULL.
  • Basecamp#11 - USA, starting Spring 2021. Register your interest.

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Spark

Spark is a course and coaching package for experienced system change practitioners who are looking to inspire and facilitate others to start their systems change journey. This programme is suited to individuals who have an intermediate level of systems change practice - whether gathered through the School of System Change Basecamp or a similar programme - or through extensive applied learning in facilitating change with a systems lens.

Upcoming Spark programmes:

  • Spark 2020 - starting November 2020, virtual. Apply now.


Navigators

Navigators is a peer learning convening for experienced facilitators of systemic learning. These sessions explore how to support others as they deepen their system change practice and how to create spaces that nurture inquiry and facilitate practical yet reflective learning. 

Upcoming Navigators convening:

  • To be announced.

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