With over a decade of experience in creative engagement and environmental justice learning and education, ONCA offers a range of team training packages tailored to suit your organisation’s learning and development needs in this field.
ONCA’s skilled creative facilitators host bespoke training and consultancy for organisations, businesses and campaign groups.
Real, deep organisational change happens when we do the work of looking at the ways in which we run our businesses – the processes we use and the policies that govern our work – with a focus on finding approaches that pave paths to a fairer and more just society. Using a range of creative methods to learn about climate justice and social inclusion, ONCA trainers support teams to engage with these tough and urgent issues in ways that foster curiosity, interpersonal connection and collective growth.
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1. Re-vision your programming
This day-long deep dive is for museum and gallery teams seeking space for reflection on past projects and inspiration for future ones. Looking at individual works and artefacts offers participants ways into conversations about the histories of colonisation, appropriation and injustice that continue to play out in public art and museum spaces and commissioning practices. We also spend time exploring examples of inspiring decolonial curation and art making, and offer teams space to think critically and rigorously about their own work and how to develop it.
Commitment: One day online or in person
Cost to for-profit companies: £1200 per day for up to 12 people
Cost to not-for-profit organisations: £850 per day for up to 12 people
2. Embed climate & social justice in your organisation
Bespoke support for organisational leaders including directors, managers and trustees to consider their organisation’s activities and aspirations in the interconnected areas of climate and social justice, accessibility and inclusion. Expect a nourishing space for leaders to uncover what they want, where things are working and not working, and what they need going forward. Participants will leave the workshop inspired with tangible actions.
Commitment: Half a day. These workshops can be held as one-offs but we recommend holding them every six months, online or in person.
Cost to for-profit companies: £800 per workshop (up to 4 people from the organisation can take part)
Cost to not-for-profit organisations: £600 per workshop (up to 4 people from the organisation can take part)
3. Understanding white privilege for teams
This 4-week staff training course supports white team members to do vital individual and collective inner work on personal bias and structural privilege. It’s specifically for white people and is designed to help participants recognise, understand and respond to the ways in which white supremacy works – how it benefits them, harms others, and underpins UK society.
Commitment: Four 90 minute facilitated sessions exploring different aspects of power and privilege. Each session requires some preparatory reading and participants are asked to journal in response to prompts and questions between sessions. Online or in person.
Cost to for-profit companies: £1,800 (up to 12 participants)
Cost to not-for-profit organisations: £1,400 (up to 12 participants)
4. Climate Cafés
Offer your staff space to talk through their emotions and innermost feelings about a changing world. ONCA facilitators are trained by the Climate Psychology Alliance and use the CPA climate café methodology in combination with our unique creative approaches and mindfulness to offer safe yet courageous spaces for discussion.
Commitment: Climate café events can be held as one-offs but we recommend holding them quarterly. Online or in person.
Cost to for-profit companies: £550 for a 2 hour session/ £1,800 for 4 sessions (up to 12 participants)
Cost to not-for-profit organisations: £400 for a 2 hour session/ £1,200 for 4 sessions (up to 12 participants)
Interested? To book your team training or if you have any questions about the courses, please email
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