Waterwise Masterclasses Print
 
11 June 2011
Waterwise Offices, London
Cost - £75
Attendance - An exclusively water company audience, strictly limited to 40

On Friday, 11 July 2011 Waterwise will hold a Masterclass entitled ‘How policy and regulation influence the water sector, and how this can work better for water companies’.
This event will provide a wider overview on: legislative procedure; the role and process of policy and regulatory development; how these influence water company activity; investment and partnerships within the UK and at EU level; and potential opportunities for water companies both within and stretching beyond water policy and regulation. To register email This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it
 
To date Waterwise has held three Masterclasses on Changing Water Using Behaviours. Scroll down to see the details and presentations.

22 July 2010

Waterwise Offices, London
Cost - Free
Attendance - invite only

On Thursday, 22 July 2010 Waterwise held its second Masterclass on Changing Water Using Behaviours, which was sponsored by Defra and the British Psychological Society and developed in collaboration with Kathryn Rathouse Social Research. This second Masterclass was attended by fifty delegates from a variety of organisations including local councils, social housing providers, water companies, universities and charities. 

 
To date Waterwise has held two Masterclasses on Changing Water Using Behaviours. Please scroll down to see the details and presentations.

22 July 2010
Defra, London
Cost - Free
Attendance - invite only

On Thursday, 22 July 2010 Waterwise held its second Masterclass on Changing Water Using Behaviours, which was sponsored by Defra and the British Psychological Society and developed in collaboration with Kathryn Rathouse Social Research. This second Masterclass was attended by fifty delegates from a variety of organisations including local councils, social housing providers, water companies, universities and charities.

Click here to download the programme.

Andrea Collier from the Sustainable Behaviours Unit at Defra set the scene for the day by describing some of the barriers to and motivators for water wise behaviours.
Click here to download Andrea’s presentation.

Dani Myers, Evaluation Manager at Waterwise, and Paul White, Director of The Social Marketing Practice, about habits and how they may be broken during ‘moments of change’.
Dani’s presentation may be downloaded by clicking here and Paul’s by clicking here.

Participants also heard from John McAlaney, psychologist at the University of Bradford, and Kathryn Rathouse, social research consultant to Waterwise, provided an overview of social norms campaigns and described how these principles could be used to encourage sustainable water use.
Click here to download John’s presentation and here to download Kathryn’s.

09 December 2009
Defra, London
Cost - Free
Attendance - invite only

On Wednesday, 9 December 2009 Waterwise held its first Masterclass on Changing Water Using Behaviours, which was sponsored by Defra and the British Psychological Society. Over forty delegates from the water industry attended the all day event, which Waterwise was able to offer free of charge. Click here to download the programme that includes top tips from the speakers for changing water using behaviours.

Kirsten Reeves, Head of the Sustainable Behaviours Unit at Defra, set the scene for the day by describing some of the barriers to and motivators for water wise behaviours. Click here to download Kirsten’s presentation.

John McAlaney, psychologist at the University of Bradford, and Kathryn Rathouse, social research consultant to Waterwise, provided an overview of social norms campaigns and described how these principles could be used to encourage sustainable water use. Click here to download John’s presentation and here to download Kathryn’s.

In the afternoon, participants heard from Bas Verplanken, psychologist at the University of Bath, and Paul White, Director of The Social Marketing Practice, about habits and how they may be broken. Bas’ presentation may be downloaded by clicking here and Paul’s by clicking here.

Sarah Darby, from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University, finished off the day by providing participants with an overview of how the energy industry has used better, more informative feedback to encourage energy saving. Click here to download Sarah’s presentation.