A practical approach to change

14 – 18 September 2020 Open to all

Foundations of Systems–Centered Training

Led by Mike Maher

  • Understand the basic theory of SCT and how it can be applied.
  • Discover more about the impact that others have on you, and the influence you have on others.

This training is for those new to SCT as well as those with previous SCT experience. You will learn foundational SCT theory and methods through skills training and the experience of working in a real–life group over the course of the week. This training is primarily experiential and can be challenging.

Making Work Roles Work (for us and our organisations)

Led by Susan Gantt

  • Learn how to see ourselves and our work teams as systems.
  • Explore how to take up our roles in our work contexts.

This experiential workshop is for those new to SCT as well as those with previous training wanting to apply their skills and explore their challenges in work roles. The content and experience of this workshop change every time, so if you’ve been before, you'll still have a new experience.

13 – 18 September 2020 Intermediate Trainings

Membership of SCTRI is required for intermediate training.

Intermediate Skills

(starting Sunday afternoon, 13 September at 14.00) Led by Ray Haddock

This is a step into intermediate training and beginning to learn how to apply the SCT skills protocols with others.

Before registering, contact Ray Haddock ray.haddock@sctuk.org to discuss criteria and to obtain details about how to apply.
Applications due by 17 July 2020.

Intermediate Leadership Development and Mentor Training

(starting Sunday 13 September at 09.00) Led by Fran Carter and Annie MacIver

See and understand what is happening in a system when members take up leadership roles, collect data, develop forcefields and understand the impact of the phase of development. Members will identify the driving & restraining forces in relation to taking up system roles in the service of the system goals. This training builds on learning from Intermediate Skills Training with the particular focus on the SCT method of contextualising.

Before registering, contact Fran Carter carter2229@aol.com and Annie MacIver annie.maciver@sctuk.org to discuss criteria and to obtain details about how to apply.
Applications due by 17 July 2020.

Container Training

(Starting Sunday afternoon, 13 September at 14.00) Led by Rowena Davis and Juliet Koprowska

Work as containers to contribute to group development within the Making Work Roles Work workshop by learning to watch the group and use data from your experience as information about the system and its phase of development.

Before registering, contact Rowena Davis rowena.davis@sctuk.org to discuss criteria and to obtain details about how to apply.
Applications due by 17 July 2020.