Learning and Leadership

INSPIRE works to support the capacity of industry professionals and stakeholders through training, communities of practice and leadership development offerings, and through those have an enabling impact on professionalising practice and empowering change.

Current offerings include university accredited practitioner short courses and regular online dialogues. Find out more below- including application information for the courses and registration links to the online dialogues.

Learning and Leadership

  • Academic circle

    Connected student and staff researchers working on economic development related questions in REIPPPP.

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  • M&E Roundtables

    Roundtable discussion to mature the Monitoring and Evaluation practice in REIPPPP

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  • ED Plan Development

    This dialogue brought together ED practitioners to collaborate and exchange learnings in the development phase of the mandated ED plans.

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  • Trustee Tea

    The Roundtables were facilitated to allow for networking, exchange of practice experience and per-to-peer learning opportunities.

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  • Offload and learn: case clinics to unlock professional challenges

    Group coaching methodology to tackle the challenges and complexities faced by practitioners in their roles

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  • Introduction to Social Performance Practice

    INSPIRE’s short course #1 equips participants with an understanding of the nature and breadth of Social Performance in the renewable energy sector.

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  • Managing Community Relations and Stakeholder Engagement

    INSPIRE’s short course #2 equips participants with the knowledge, tools, and practical skills required to better understand and manage stakeholder as well as community relations and expectations within the renewable energy sector.

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  • Managing Community Investments and Benefits

    INSPIRE short course #3 equips participants with the tools to plan, implement, monitor, and report on community investments and benefit interventions.

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