Attend a webinar to learn how Behavioural Insights (BI) can help you advance your career and make a positive difference.
Register now to join us on Tues., April 4, 12-1pm PT for a free webinar hosted by UBC Sauder School of Business Continuing Business Studies and featuring special guests:
- Dr. Kirstin Appelt, Academic Director of the Advanced Professional Certificate and Research Director of UBC’s Decision Insights for Business & Society (UBC-DIBS)
- Alexis Gordon, Methods Specialist, BC Behavioural Insights Group
BI combines an understanding of how we all make decisions plus rigorous research methods to tackle a variety of problems from sustainability to compliance to employee engagement and beyond. UBC Sauder’s Behavioural Insights programs can provide you with the BI skills and knowledge to make evidence-based policy and product decisions to increase your strategic impact.
About UBC’s BI Programs
- Learn how to add a BI lens to how you approach problems by enrolling in UBC’s Fundamentals of Behavioural Insights course. This three-week, live online course provides an introduction to behavioural insights, experimentation, and ethics. This course is next offered April 17-May 7. (This course is also a required prerequisite for the Advanced Professional Certificate and this is the last time it will be offered prior to this year’s application deadlines!)
- Learn how to develop and test appropriate BI solutions for different challenges by applying for UBC’s Advanced Professional Certificate in Behavioural Insights. The certificate is rigorous BI Practitioner training that combines live online coursework and a capstone project to help you develop your BI knowledge and skills. The early-bird deadline for applications for the 2023-2024 cohort is May 31.
What Program Alumni Say
“The UBC Advanced Professional Certificate in Behavioural Insights program far exceeded my expectations, from both an individual learning perspective and a course delivery perspective. The instructors went above and beyond to ensure it was engaging with a wide variety of learning activities and practical applications of concepts. I have applied a BI lens to many of the programs and services I lead as a Strategic HR Manager and am excited for the possibilities for organizations.”
Strategic Human Resources Manager, Corporate Services,
BC Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction
Class of 2021