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Build the knowledge, skills and confidence to make your best contribution to outcomes for your organisation and your community.

Capability enables impact

Positive outcomes don’t occur by accident – they are achieved using knowledge, skill and experience. Lirata’s training and mentoring programs equip social justice workers and leaders with the capabilities needed to achieve results.

Please check our events page for details of upcoming trainings, or contact us about in-house training options for your organisation.

Monitoring & Evaluation training

Monitoring & Evaluation provide key insights, enabling organisations to become more effective in achieving their goals. Our practical training demystifies the concepts of M&E. We guide you step by step through the key processes using real-world examples. We also provide mentoring to deepen learning as you apply M&E techniques in your day-to-day work.

Management training

Skilled managers make an enormous difference to an organisation’s sustainability and effectiveness. We assist with training for your management team in communication, planning, managing staff, managing change, and more. Please contact us to discuss in-house training for your organisation.

Leadership coaching

We provide personalised coaching and mentoring for social purpose leaders. Our support helps you to stay sane, positive, and focused on the things that matter. Please contact us for a confidential conversation about coaching options.

Our experience

Lirata's consulting team have been delivering training and mentoring in various forms for decades. Our consultants, trainer and mentors have extensive knowledge and experience in the areas in which they work.

Lirata's specialists in this area

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Kate Randall
Senior Consultant (Portfolio Lead - Research & Evaluation)

Project highlights

What our partner agencies say about us

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Gail O'Donnell
Executive Officer
HealthWest Partnership

Lirata’s collaborative approach and deep understanding of the health and community sectors meant their evaluation reports were insightful and suitable for a broad audience. Partners involved commented on the quality of the evaluative process and the usefulness of the final reports. We had no difficulty in using the recommendations outlined in the reports to begin planning for the next stage of our work.