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Upcoming learning program
Systems change leadership and practice is hard. To make learning as accessible and real-time as possible, we have created and curated freely available tools, research, knowledge, case studies and resources for collaboration.
Platform C provides free access to critical information, tools, case studies and support. We have built a world-class, online learning platform that makes system change accessible, no matter what role you play or where you live.
Rich in content and paired with access to CFIs’ network of specialists, Platform C enables people to design, lead and implement collaborative processes that drive transformational change for people and places.Explore Platform C
Deep Collaboration is created by First Nations and other multicultural Australians, sharing their ideas, experiences and expertise to find a new way to work and lead together. The processes and tools here have been developed by CFI from work that brought together First Nations and other multicultural Australians to build collaboration.
The website describes a way of working that follows the values and steps needed to create this shared leadership.Discover Deep Collaboration
To support and accelerate the development of system change-makers across the country, CFI offers a learning program which:
Our learning program for 2020 has been significantly scaled back due to COVID-19. Our current learning program includes:
We are currently building out our learning program for 2021. If you would like to shape this, please share your learning needs here.
If you would like to explore tailored learning for your initiative, see below to learn about our programs and please get in touch with CFI.Contact CFI about tailored learning programs
We offer learning in 8 different ways:
1. Collaboration for Impact university course within the Master of Social Impact or Post Graduate Certificate in Social Impact through the Centre for Social Impact
A 2–3 month learning program for collaborations or organisations that covers:
Support to groups who want to deepen their systems change practice, share learnings, provide peer support to each other and solve problems. Typically, we provide this type of learning support to:
Where we partner with an initiative, or multiple initiatives, to co-design and deliver a program of skill development, peer learning, reflective practice and planning. These learning events are typically 1 – 2 days.
We take groups of people to spend time with other systems change initiatives.