- "Have you heard about the Community Engagement Charter?"
- "Do you know what it means to put the Community Engagement Charter into practice?"
- "Have you got a burning question you’ve been dying to ask about the Charter?"
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then this session is for you!
This interactive session will assist participants to understand what it means to put the Charter’s principles into practice.
Professionals working in or with Local Government in strategic and policy planning and development assessment.
The session will offer:
- A short overview of the Charter
- The opportunity to work through two real life case studies
- The opportunity to ask questions and participate in discussion groups with peers
Participants will also have the opportunity to voice what they need from the LGA to support them in the implementation of the Charter.
Please note: This workshop has limited places available. Due to the program format 25 face-to-face and 10 webinar places are being offered.
Presenter: Nicole Halsey, Director, URPS
Nicole is a highly experienced engagement practitioner with over 20 years of experience working with a diversity of stakeholders and communities on a variety of subjects.
Nicole is particularly experienced in ensuring that the most suitable engagement techniques are matched to the target audience and is known for designing hands on, interactive engagement activities. Nicole’s facilitation expertise and techniques are well regarded for the way in which they effectively engage participants, gather relevant information to inform the direction of projects and build confidence of stakeholders and the community in decision making processes.
PLEASE NOTE: bookings are closed, please contact Emma Urvan at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire or register for this training.