Influencing Change is a flagship five-day training programme for campaigners looking to take their skills to the next level. Refresh your knowledge of planning and delivering a campaign, then look at best and next practice in social change. You’ll leave with new knowledge, tools, confidence and networks to help you make the change you seek.

You will also hear from leading thinkers and practitioners in the campaign community. Previous courses have featured campaigning heavyweights, such as No More Page 3, Shelter, Friends of the Earth, NSPCC, The Hillsborough Campaign and 38 degrees. As well as sessions run by the Houses of Parliament, New Philanthropy Capital, the BBC, and The Daily Mail.

There will be support for you to develop ideas alone and in groups, and apply what you learn to your own work.
You’ll also become a member of the Influencing Change London alumni network and be invited to two networking events each year.

Dates:
Day 1: 22 January
Day 2: 23 January
Day 3: 25 February
Day 4: 26 February
Day 5: 26 March

Location:
Each day will take place in the new Trust for London offices in Central London (near Moorgate station). Exact venue TBC

What’s the price?
Prices start at £950 and go down to as little as £0!

What is the deadline for applications?
Monday 3rd December at 12 noon.

To find out more about the course content, prices and eligibility or to apply, visit: http://smk.org.uk/5-day-workshop/

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Take the next step in your campaigning career with @SMKcampaigners 5-day advanced training for London-based campaigners. Refresh your knowledge of planning and delivering a campaign, and look at best and next practice in social change https://goo.gl/d8FzC6 deadline 3rd Dec