Title:

Short Course: Planning With Communities - Facilitation & Conflict Resolution

Information:

Nationally Recognised Training, Adelaide, 11-13 April

Facilitation skills are powerful tools both in the workplace and in engaging communities in planning. 

This course will be invaluable to you if you:

  • work with communities in natural resource management or in urban planning
  • work on complex problems with multiple stakeholders to make positive impact and change
  • work collaboratively with a mix of people and professions
  • are involved in a process of strategic planning or in organisational change
  • lead a team

This is a three-day, intensive, practical master class, accredited nationally for a unit in the Diploma of Government.

When and Where:

  • Wednesday 11th April - Friday 13th April 2018
  • Australian Education Union, Greenhill Road, Parkside, South Australia

All participants learn new skills that can be applied immediately in the work situation. As a result the three days are practical and practice based.

Accreditation (optional)

You can choose to be assessed for the Unit, Manage Conflict towards the Diploma of Government.

For more information or to register go to: www.planningpartnerships.com.au/training-schedule (or email info@planningpartnerships.com.au)

What previous participants have said:

  • ‘Incredibly useful. Can tell you I will be using all these skills in the future.’ E.E. Local Action Planning
  • ‘This is the best training you will do in your working life-do it!’ M.H. Strategic Planner, Open Space Environmental Management
  • ‘It is a rare treat to get to do training that is well run, useful and inspiring.’ W.T. Senior Natural Resources Management Planner

Date published:

08-Feb-2018


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