Knowledge is a valuable resource produced by people through inquiry or experience and can be gained in many ways and contexts. It may be research or evidence produced by an academic, or expertise and know how gained by a community worker running a local program. It may be that many people over many years have built on collective knowledge in a particular industry, to develop innovative ideas, approaches or products.
There is a great deal of knowledge produced, but how aware are individuals, organisations or sectors of others’ knowledge? How well is knowledge shared, used or co-produced? Knowledge tends to exist in localised pockets, which limits its full potential and benefit. Knowledge brokering, transfer and mobilisation is a way to identify, exchange, share and co-produce knowledge across domains, utilising knowledge to its full potential and extracting its full value.
The Knowledge Brokering, Transfer and Mobilisation Training course is a two-day course developed for individuals from all professional backgrounds who undertake knowledge brokering, transfer and mobilisation activities, whether formally or informally in their work, or anybody who wishes to develop an understanding of knowledge brokering, transfer and mobilisation to apply it to their job, organisation or community.
The course uses a mix of case studies, theoretical literature and practical examples and experience drawn from a range of contexts, sectors and disciplines to explore the scope and variety of knowledge brokering, transfer and mobilisation principles, models, processes and purposes.
The course also has a practical element weaved throughout the two days, which will be delivered in two forms. Firstly, with each session participants will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned to their specific work context and secondly, the course provides an opportunity for participants to build their own knowledge network, to share insights and perspectives.
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
Following are some examples of organisations that may act as knowledge brokers or utilise/rely on knowledge brokering activities.
• government agencies
• individual researchers,
• non-governmental organisations (NGOs)’
• libraries, educational and technical institutes
• community based organisations
• grass roots organisations
• charitable foundations
• research centres
• media organisations
• think tanks,
• local resource centres
Knowledge brokers can also be individuals within an organisation, project or program managers, community liaison officers in a school, or research and development managers.
Full Rate: $990 AUD
NGO Reduced Rate: $850 AUD
Rate includes all food and training material for the two days.
If you currently work for an NGO and will be registering for the training through an NGO you are eligible for the NGO reduced rate.
Further information regarding course logistics as well as course outline will be provided upon payment of course fees.
Select the course you would like to attend, complete and submit the online registration form. Once your registration form is processed, you will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours with an attached invoice for course payment. Once payment has been received you will receive essential course information to prepare you for the two day course.
If a specific course is full, you can register to be on our waiting list for that course. If you are on our waiting list, we will alert you if a place becomes available. The waiting list will be maintained on a first in, first served basis. We will advise you by both email and phone if a place has become available and the offer will be open for 48 hours before it defaults to the next person on the waiting list. If you would like to be placed on a course waiting list please email email@example.com
Payment of the course is completed by invoice and bank transfer. Please ensure your name is included in the title of the bank transfer as well as the title and month of the course you are undertaking. Payment must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course date. Any registrations completed between 14-7 days prior to the course will only be confirmed once payment has been received.
Withdrawing from a course
The following cancellation policies apply to all Knowledge Brokering Group training courses:
The Knowledge Brokering Group reserves the right to cancel an applicant’s place in a course if the balance of the course fee is not received at least 14 calendar days prior to the commencement of the course.
If a cancellation of a reserved course booking is received by the Knowledge Brokering Group less than 14 calendar days preceding the course commencement date, 50% of the total course fee will be non-refundable. Special circumstances may apply and must be verifiable with medical and/or other certificates to justify a late cancellation and full reimbursement.
Cancellations are accepted in writing.
The Knowledge Brokering Group will allow a participant to defer their participation to a subsequent course without penalty only once, if notice is received at least 14 calendar days prior to the advertised start date for the course originally enrolled in. Alternatively, course enrolment can be transferred to another person, without penalty. If you would like to discuss either option, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No refund will be made for non-attendance on the day of training. We welcome a substitute participant if you cannot attend. In the case of non-attendance due to illness, participants may reschedule to a later course at no charge if supported in writing by their organisation.
Change to courses
All effort is put in to ensure that training courses proceed as originally marketed. Although it has not happened yet, circumstances outside of the Knowledge Brokering Group’s control may prevent this from happening. The Knowledge Brokering Group reserves the right to change a presenter and/or the training course outline at anytime through the marketing of a training course. Please be assured that if this occurs, any changes made will be done with the fullest confidence that the integrity of the training be maintained as well as with full notification of participants.
The Knowledge Brokering Group respects your privacy and takes diligent action to ensure all client details are protected. Information collected is used for course registration purposes only. No information will ever be released to another party.