Public Facilitation Essentials – IN-PERSON Training
This three-day course introducing the basics of facilitation in the public arena is built on best practices from both the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) and the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).
This is an IN-PERSON training. | Class Size Limits: Min/Max: 8 to 12
Building on best practices from both the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) and the International Association of Facilitators (IAF), this three day course introduces the essentials of facilitation in the public arena. Participants learn how to design and conduct successful facilitated public involvement events.
Designed as a small, intensive, interactive learning opportunity, this course allows participants three opportunities to practice their skills in a safe learning environment with lots of constructive feedback. Participants leave with an extensive manual and other tips and tools for becoming more comfortable with facilitating different types of meeting processes and techniques.
- Public participation specialists wanting to learn how to facilitate the
events they plan
- Facilitators who are interested in expanding their practice to include public involvement meetings
- Facilitators seeking an opportunity to practice in a safe, supportive space
- Facilitators seeking to refresh their skill set
- What is Facilitation
- Basic Facilitation Skills
- Anatomy of a Meeting
- Session Planning
- Recording and Meeting Documentation
- Basic Facilitation Methods
- Facilitating Challenging Situations
- Emotion and Conflict
- Facilitator Excellence
Wendy Green Lowe
Wendy is a Certified Professional Facilitator with over 30 years experience in group process facilitation and public participation support. Wendy specializes in managing collaborative processes involving diverse perspectives to consensus outcomes. She approaches each facilitation effort with sensitivity to the specific needs of the project and her clients. Wendy lives in Loveland, Colorado.
|Public Facilitation Essentials
Please contact Wendy Lowe (970)667-1417 or [email protected] if interested in an in-house training requiring a minimum of 8 participants.
What to Expect: This is an IN-PERSON training. We will have working lunches each day – meals are included. After you have registered, you will receive details specific to the training location via email four (4) weeks prior to the training dates. If you need assistance, please contact us: 218-422-6432 or [email protected].
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AICP Credit CM I 6 CM per training day completed.
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Building on best practices from both the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) and the International Association of Facilitators (IAF), this three-day course introduces the basics of facilitation in the public arena.