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If online registration is not available please download the registration form and fax or mail it in to the appropriate location. Please note that the majority of our courses are handled by independent consultants and inquiries should be sent directly to them.

For a list of all international IAP2 event opportunities, please visit their webpage.

Upcoming events

    • 22 Oct 2019
    • 30 Nov 2020
    • 11:59 PM
    • Online
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    Please use this for paying for your Certification Application fee of $250.00.

    • 30 Jan 2020
    • 11:00 AM (PST)
    • Online
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    In a world of high stakes, high emotion conversations in the public arena we need a new way to bring people together into safe, inclusive conversation. The Socratic Circle© is a technique designed to create a container for emotional, difficult conversations that reduces intensity, builds connection and creates opportunities to shift the conversation to what happens next. Learn when and how to use the technique, and share stories of situations where it has worked effectively.

    In this session, you will learn what a Socratic Circle© is, what it looks and feels like, when it's appropriate to use it and when not; and how to get people to take part.

    Your trainer: Stephani Roy McCallum

    IAP2 Tasters are 45-minute versions of longer courses, where participants can gain at least three "take-aways" that they can apply right away to their work. Tasters are offered free of charge and exclusively to IAP2 members.

    Remember that, since this is a webinar, there is a two-stage process for registration. Follow the link in your registration and fill in the form to get your login information.

    • 18 Feb 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)
    • online
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    In your public engagement practice, do you find that the hardest people to bring onside are your own staff -- the planners and engineers? Kylie Cochrane, head of public engagement with Aurecon, the international planning and design advisory group (and currently president of IAP2 International), has a lot of experience in talking to the experts. She'll share some ideas on how to convince them that it's "OK to let go".


    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 25 Feb 2020
    • 11:00 AM
    • online
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    Engaging the public is risky business…when we invite the people into our decision-making processes, to share what is really important to them, about issues and situations that impact their lives, livelihoods, profits, reputation- the path is not always clear. As a result, our projects can experience significant delays, unexpected hurdles, internal strife and maybe even unwanted media attention. So, we know it’s complicated, we know it’s complex and yet when we come together an industry, we often only share what went REALLY well. What about all the stuff that didn’t go well? The oops, the mistakes, the failed attempts, the “I wish we could do that again” situations that we would like to leave in the closest for no one, especially not fellow industry colleagues, to see.

    Your trainer: Kim Hyshka

    It’s often said that in our greatest mistakes lies our deepest learnings.  We don’t want to hide from them, and we don’t want you to either. So, let’s leave our egos and shame at the door and come have a taste of what it’s like to come together in failure.  

    Click here to watch a short video of this session LIVE.

    IAP2 Tasters are 45-minute versions of longer courses, where participants can gain at least three "take-aways" that they can apply right away to their work. Tasters are offered free of charge and exclusively to IAP2 members.





    • 02 Mar 2020
    • 04 Mar 2020
    • Calgary

    Taught by Richard Delaney, this is part 1 of the IAP2 Foundations program, which is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information about the Foundations course here.

    Part 2 of the program is scheduled for March 5 & 6 in Calgary.


    • 02 Mar 2020
    • (PST)
    • 04 Mar 2020
    • (PST)
    • Vancouver

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents this 3-day module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Vancouver. The second module (Techniques) will take place in Vancouver, March 5-6. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends January 20, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 05 Mar 2020
    • 06 Mar 2020
    • Calgary

    This is Part 2 of the IAP2 Foundations course, taught by Richard Delaney.

    This is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information here.



    • 05 Mar 2020
    • (PST)
    • 06 Mar 2020
    • (PST)
    • Vancouver

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents the second module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Vancouver. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends January 20, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 17 Mar 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
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    Here's your chance to learn from the best of the best of 2019! Are you considering whether to apply for a 2020 IAP2 Core Values Award for a project you're involved with? Get insights and inspiration from the winners of the 2019 IAP2 Core Values Awards from IAP2 Canada and IAP2 USA. They'll share about their projects: the "problem", their approach, tools and techniques, and how their project stood out to the judges. 

    Joining us will be:

    Miranda Eng, Context Research: "Creativity, Contribution & Innovation" (Canada, co-winner) for “The Mobility Pricing Independent Commission’s It’s Time Engagement Program”. Watch their video here.

    Darcy Vermeulen, Context Research: "Indigenous Engagement" (Canada) for "BC Flood and Wildfire Review". Watch their video here.

    Lani Brunn, CitySpaces: "Visual Engagement" (Canada) for "City of Nanaimo Affordable Housing Strategy" Watch the video here.

    Bruce Brown, PRR Inc.: "Research Project of the Year" (USA and International) for "Evaluating P2 Processes: an Easy-to-Use Toolkit"

    Bonnie Jean von Krogh, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency: "Respect for Diversity, Inclusion and Culture" for "27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project"

    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 30 Mar 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 01 Apr 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Edmonton

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents this 3-day module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Edmonton. The second module (Techniques) will take place in Edmonton, April 2-3. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends February 17, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 01 Apr 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 03 Apr 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Halifax, NS

    Taught by Kim Hyshka, this three-day module is the first section of the IAP2 Foundations course, presented by Dialogue Partners. The second module will be offered in Halifax, April 6-7, 2020

    Completion of Foundations is a pre-requisite for IAP2 Certification.

    Find more information and register here.
                       

           



    Kim Hyshka                       

    • 02 Apr 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 03 Apr 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Edmonton

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents the second module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Edmonton. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends February 17, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 06 Apr 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 07 Apr 2020
    • (CDT)
    • Halifax, NS

    This is the second module in the IAP2 Foundations course. Completion of this course is a prerequisite for IAP2 professional certification.

    Find more information and register here.

    Your trainer: Kim Hyshka     




    • 14 Apr 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
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    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 20 Apr 2020
    • 22 Apr 2020
    • Toronto

    Taught by Richard Delaney, this is part 1 of the IAP2 Foundations program, which is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information about the Foundations course here.

    Part 2 of the program is scheduled for April 23 & 24 in Toronto.


    • 23 Apr 2020
    • 24 Apr 2020
    • Toronto

    This is Part 2 of the IAP2 Foundations course, taught by Richard Delaney.

    This is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information here.



    • 23 Apr 2020
    • 24 Apr 2020
    • Vancouver

    Does this sound familiar?

    • Are your projects failing to move forward because of public opposition?
    • Are your staff regularly faced with an angry public at meetings?
    • Is your organization perceived as untrustworthy or unresponsive?
    • Is decision-making fraught with polarized viewpoints & stalled on how to move ahead?
    • Does it feel like your relationship with the people you serve or interact with is all about us versus them?
    • Is the media covering your every move?

    Maybe it is time to step back and try a new way of engaging.

    This two-day training course with combines the work of risk communication expert Dr. Peter Sandman with IAP2's core concepts for meaningful and effective public engagement. Development of this course was led by Stephani Roy McCallum in 2009, and an update of course materials in 2017 reflects the current context of today’s charged environment. The workshop is a practical, hands-on participatory mix of video, lecture, group exercises and decades of real world experience in engaging the public in high stakes, high conflict situations.

    Click here for more information.

    Register here.



    • 04 May 2020
    • 05 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 19
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    This two-day training course combines the work of risk communication expert Dr. Peter Sandman with the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) core concepts for meaningful and effective public participation and stakeholder engagement. In these challenging times you need strategies and behaviours to work together more effectively with communities and stakeholders are outraged. This two-day course is recommended for seasoned practitioners who have practical experience working with the public. The workshop is practical, hands-on and participatory with a mix of video, lecture and group exercises.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    Cancellation and Substitution policy

    Learning Objectives

    Participants who complete this course will gain skills that result in:

    • How to identify and assess the root causes of public frustration, anger and outrage.
    • Understand 12 reasons for reactions and be better able to predict and prevent public anger.
    • Learn 6 strategies to prevent or reduce public outrage so more effective public engagement can take place.
    • Specific tools and techniques for working with the angriest people.
    • How to address internal resistance to trying new ways of engaging with the public.
    • How to ask questions and engage meaningfully with value and empathy.
    • How your attitude and behaviour impacts public anger, and how to show up more effectively.
    • A new way of thinking about public outrage, and enhanced skills, knowledge and behaviours to apply in your next public engagement challenge.

    Course Outline

    Trainer: Stephani Roy McCallum

    Stephani Roy McCallumStephani is Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project where she steps into the storm of high emotion and conflict, and rides it to clearer skies. She is an internationally-recognized trailblazer who has worked on five continents facilitating tough conversations on high stakes, high emotion issues. As a trained co-active leadership coach, she brings 25 years of public engagement experience in bringing people together to build new perspectives and collaboratively create brave solutions, growing their own leadership and capacity. Steph has been the recipient of multiple awards for her work, including and IAP2 International Award for Project of the Year. Stephani sees a world where a new kind of leader is needed, willing to have brave, honest conversations about the things that matter most. When leaders show up with fierce courage, open-hearts and a deep commitment to integrity groups can move from stuck to possible. Stephani believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 04 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 05 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 18
    Register

    This two-day workshop will focus on learning and practicing the skills and methods facilitators require to guide effective public meetings and consultations. You will experience facilitation methods that maximize participant engagement and encourage meaningful and respectful conversations.

    The workshop contains a facilitator’s toolkit of seven facilitation methods that are particularly effective when hosting collaborative engagement sessions. As a participant you will be provided with the opportunity to co-facilitate one of these methods in a small group setting during the workshop and receive feedback from your peers and the instructors.

    The workshop presentation material and practice facilitation are designed to prepare you to facilitate small and large scale public meetings, group gatherings, and community consultations that solicit community feedback with skill and confidence.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    — Cancellation and Substitution policy —

    Learning Objectives:

    Through this course, participants will:

    • Recognize the value and critical importance of bringing multiple perspectives to complex issues.
    • Be able to design a stepped deliberative process to produce a well-considered, collectively drafted recommendation.
    • Design and implement an evaluation process that is aligned with the IAP2 Spectrum of Participation and consistent with IAP2 Core Values and evaluation’s professional standards.
    • Define clear objectives for increasing and deepening diversity within public engagement efforts.
    • Demonstrate how to use creative tension to innovate.
    • Identify why groups struggle with problems, and select appropriate facilitative strategies/techniques to improve their deliberations.

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Brian Benn & Lauri Prest

    Brian BennBrian Benn has extensive skill and experience as a trainer, course designer, facilitator, and change leader. He has extensive experience in designing and facilitating community engagement consultations, strategic planning and decision-making forums. He has been recognized as an effective presenter and facilitator who engages his audience in interactive and meaningful dialogues.


    Lauri PrestLauri Prest is an experienced organizational and community development practitioner specializing in change management and leadership capacity building. She is a skilled facilitation process designer with expertise in creating innovative and a collaborative environment that engages people in conversations that lead to wise actions. Lauri is an accredited certified professional coach who co-creates outstanding personal and professional transformation with teams and individuals.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 04 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 05 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
    Register

    As project stakeholders become increasingly diverse (in all ways), practitioners are challenged to design and implement robust and inclusive engagement processes that successfully and authentically engage all communities. Participants leave this highly-participatory and practical course with a deeper understanding of the “spectrum of diversity,” identifying and analyzing key stakeholders, skills and tools to design robust and inclusive engagement processes, guidance on how to develop a comprehensive and effective implementation plan using the right tools and techniques, and key learnings about rigorous P2 evaluation – plus a great cohort of colleagues to work with over time.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    — Cancellation and Substitution policy —

    Learning Objectives:

    Through this course, participants will:

    • Appreciate the spectrum of diversity and understand the value and critical importance of bringing multiple perspectives forward to address complex community issues
    • Learn how to define clear engagement objectives for increasing and deepening diversity within public engagement efforts
    • Gain experience in rigorous stakeholder identification and analysis
    • Understand the essential art and science of engagement design, and how to translate that into effective and successful implementation
    • Develop ethical and effective approaches and techniques for supporting and engaging diverse participants
    • Explore under-representation, how to recognize and explain it, and what to do to ensure all stakeholder voices are heard
    • Understand how to design and implement robust and participatory evaluation, and redesign as needed during implementation
    • Know how to translate new learnings into successful and inclusive practice

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Anne R. Carroll

    Anne R. CarrollAnne R. Carroll, Master of Planning in Public Affairs: Anne Carroll has been a consultant and trainer in stakeholder engagement and strategic planning for many years serving both public and nonprofit organizations. She focuses on designing and implementing inclusive and authentic engagement on important public issues, reaching out to and engaging diverse groups of people and perspectives, and tackling complex and multi-stakeholder environments. She served for 16 years as an elected member of the citywide St. Paul Board of Education, and serves as a board member or committee chair with IAP2 USA, IAP2 International, and the Midwest Chapter, Minnesota Education Equity Partnership, and E-Democracy.org. See more information at www.carrollfranck.com

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 04 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 05 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
    Register

    Online tools can reach new participants and enable different kinds of conversation. But, it’s an emerging field and there is still much trial and error, so this course will give you a leg up by examining what’s worked and what’s failed. This interactive course will teach you to create social media campaigns that gather input creatively, enable collaborative online interactions, and sustain participation over time. You'll also learn how to use social media for participant recruitment, and how to integrate mobile communication into your participation strategy. Bring your computer; this course gives you an opportunity to experience both the host and participant sides of online participation.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    — Cancellation and Substitution policy —

    Learning Objectives:

    Through this course, participants will:

    • Define objectives for their engagement efforts and understand how these apply to online participation strategies
    • Use simple online tools to “listen” to what people are saying online about a project’s key issues and people
    • Begin to write content appropriate for social media public participation projects and understand the importance of two-way communication in this medium
    • Identify participation barriers for digital environments and explore mitigation approaches
    • Recognize the value and capacity of online advertising
    • Craft a basic online strategy to engage people at all depths of involvement and at various stages of the project
    • Design a simple measurement and evaluation plan for online engagement efforts

    Course Outline

    Trainer: Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A.

    Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A.Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A., is a civic engagement specialist. Bridging online and face-to-face methods, she has worked for over 15-years on large and complex engagement projects across North America. Susanna designs participation strategies, facilitates complex meetings, and provides training for better conversations between decision-makers and those most impacted by the issue. Susanna is a judge for IAP2 Canada’s annual Core Values Awards, which recognize excellence and innovation in public participation. susannahaaslyons.com.


    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 04 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 06 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 24
    Register

    IAP2 Foundations in Effective Public Participation will let you hit the ground running armed with the knowledge and confidence you need to plan and execute effective initiatives for any area in which you may be working. This course is divided into two modules, each focusing on one of the two major phases of public participation, planning and techniques. Upon completion of both modules, you will receive a certificate of completion from IAP2.

    PLEASE NOTE:International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    Cancellation and Substitution policy

    Learning Objectives

    Participants who complete the Planning course will be able to:

    • Understand and apply the IAP2 Foundations for effective public participation.
    • Articulate and assess the benefits and risks of integrating public participation into decision- making.
    • Develop appropriate public participation objectives that clarify the public’s role and are aligned with and support the decision process.
    • Identify stakeholders and their needs and expectations, and select ways to effectively engage them in a decision process.
    • Develop and implement a comprehensive and effective public participation plan.
    • Integrate communication strategies to reach and engage the public and support the public participation process.
    • Evaluate public participation processes being used and outcomes

    Course Outline

    Course Overview

    • What is Public Participation?
    • Who is the Public?
      • The Orbits of Public Participation
      • Hard-to-Reach Stakeholders and Striving for Inclusive Participation
    • IAP2’s Foundations of Public Participation
      • Foundation 1: Values-Based What are Values? and why are they important in P2?
        —IAP2’s Core Values for the Practice of Public Participation
        —IAP2's Code of Ethics
      • Foundation 2: Decision-Oriented
      • Foundation 3: Goal-Driven
        —IAP2s Public Participation Spectrum
    • IAP2’s Five Steps for Public Participation Planning
      • Planning Step 1: Gain Internal Commitment -- the decision maker; organization; and preliminary decision description, stakeholder list, spectrum level
      • Planning Step 2: Learn from the Public
      • Planning Step 3: Select the Level of Participation
      • Planning Step 4: Define the Decision Process and Identify the Public Participation and Communication Objectives
      • Planning Step 5: Write the P2 plan including selecting techniques, assessing needed and available resources and planning for evaluation
    • Digging Deeper
      • Public Participation Planning and Effective Communication
      • Learning Styles and Public Participation
      • Helping People Move from Positions to Interests
      • Engaging Indigenous, Marginalized and Other Excluded Groups or Missing Voices
      • Dealing with Emotions—Outrage, Fear and Anger—in Public Settings and the Importance of Empathy and Building Relationships
      • Closing the Loop with Stakeholders
      • Attitude is Everything
    • Wrap up & Closure

    Trainer: Tannis Topolnisky

    Tannis has 16 years experience as a Public Participation practitioner, 12 years experience training other P2 practitioners and 7 years experience as a licensed IAP2 trainer. I have been an IAP2 mentor for new practitioners for the last 3 years and an assessor for new IAP2 Foundations candidate trainers.

    My expertise is in the strategic and detailed planning, design, implementation, evaluation, analysis and reporting of public participation initiatives. I’ve worked in a wide diversity of projects where impacts on health, livelihood, relationships, well-being and community are most common.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 06 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
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    (en français ou en anglais / in English or French)

    Reconnus pour être des mécanismes crédibles de participation publique, les comités citoyens se multiplient à grande vitesse, et ce, dans tous les types et toutes les phases des projets. Un comité mis en place et animé selon les bonnes pratiques devient un lieu riche en échanges, contribuant efficacement à l’acceptabilité sociale. À l’inverse, un comité improvisé peut faire perdre aux gens leur temps, voire nuire au processus. Le cours, axé sur le terrain, vous permettra de savoir comment s’y prendre pour créer, animer et gérer un comité, à l’aide d’expériences vécues et de conseils pratiques.

    Ce cours sera offert en français ou en anglais, selon les préférences des participants.

    VEUILLEZ NOTER : Les membres de l’AIP2 provenant de l’extérieur du Canada doivent s’inscrire à l’aide d’un code. Veuillez communiquer avec info@iap2canada.ca pour l’obtenir.

    Recognized as a credible public participation mechanism, citizen committees are quickly multiplying in all types of projects and phases. A committee that is set-up and managed according to best practices can create a rich space for dialogue and exchanges, and also help a project’s social acceptability. On the other hand, an ad hoc citizen committee can waste people's time or even interfere with the process. Based on hands-on experiences and practical tips, this course will use group discussions and activities to teach you how to create, facilitate, lead and manage a citizen committee.

    This course will be offered either in French or in English, depending on the participants’ preferences.

    — Politique d’annulation —

    Objectifs d’apprentissage :

    À travers des sessions d’enseignement magistral et d’échanges actifs ainsi que par le biais d’expériences vécues, d’activités et de cas pratiques, les participants à la formation pourront :

    • Connaitre les contextes justifiant l’implantation d’un comité
    • Maitriser la démarche typique de création d’un comité de A à Z
    • Connaitre les outils de travail permettant d’assurer le bon fonctionnement d’un comité
    • Développer des habiletés pour l’animation des rencontres de comités
    • Discuter sur des questions pointues, par exemple la rémunération des membres, la présence d’élus, la participation de membres s’exprimant « contre » le projet, etc.

    Plan de cours

    Learning objectives:

    Through this course, participants will:

    • Learn about the different contexts justifying the creation of citizen committee
    • Master typical process for creating a citizen committee from A to Z
    • Become familiar with the tools required to ensure the efficient functioning of a committee
    • Develop skills for facilitating committee meetings
    • Discuss specific issues like the remuneration of members, the presence of elected officials or members who are opposed to the project, etc.

    Course outline (in French)

    Formateur(s): Dave Arseneau & Camille Montreuil

    Dave ArseneauDave détient une maitrise en gestion de projets et cumule sept ans d’expérience en participation publique, concertation et communication environnementale. Entre 2012 et 2019, il a fait partie de la firme Transfert, travaillant sur plus de 60 projets et contribuant à la mise sur pied et gestion d’une douzaine de comités citoyens, notamment en milieu industriel (mines, usines, lieux d’enfouissement, ports). Il collabore aujourd’hui à différents projets en déployant des programmes de communication et relation avec la communauté, et en offrant des formations universitaires et professionnelles sur l’acceptabilité sociale.

    Camille MontreuilDétentrice d’une maîtrise en sciences de la communication, Camille est chargée de projets chez Transfert Environnement et Société depuis 2018. Elle s’intéresse aux comités citoyens depuis environ quatre ans, alliant recherche et pratique professionnelle pour approfondir ses compétences. Après avoir rédigé un mémoire de maîtrise sur l’expérience des citoyens qui s’impliquent dans ces comités, elle évolue aujourd’hui dans une firme à l’expertise éprouvée en la matière, et accompagne plusieurs clients dans la mise sur pied et la gestion de comités, principalement dans les secteurs de l’industrie et de la gestion des matières résiduelles.

    #le programme détaillé   

    • 06 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 19
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    Building on IAP2’s Strategies for Outrage and Opposition (but not a pre-requisite), this highly participatory course will have participants uncover what’s driving emotion and outrage in P2 processes and discover what triggers these natural responses. Through exercises, discussion and multi-media presentation, participants will learn about AND PRACTICE highly effective, collaborative strategies to transform conflict and outrage and create an environment for constructive engagement.

    Recommended Experience Level:  New to intermediate

    • Explore skills and tools to embrace high emotion and outrage in public settings
    • Build experience and practice through practical tools and approaches to constructively engage with emotional stakeholders
    • Increase self-awareness and understanding of personal reactions and responses to the emotions of others
    • Focus on encouraging positivity, generosity and civil discourse in high stakes conversations

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    — Cancellation and Substitution policy —

    Learning Objectives:

    At the end of this course, participants will:

    • Participants will explore skills and tools to embrace high emotion and outrage in public settings
    • Build experience and practice through practical tools and approaches to constructively engage with emotional stakeholders
    • Increase self-awareness and understanding of personal reactions and responses to the emotions of others
    • Understand and identify some of the triggers for emotion, and practice strategies to support people in constructive engagement
    • Provide participants an opportunity to understand the tools and how they would be useful in different projects and with different stakeholders

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Kim Hyshka, CP3

    Kim Hyshka, CP3Kim Hyshka, CP3 is a believer that just about anything is possible with a little dialogue. She’s on a mission, to chart a different course for public conversations. Better conversations that open possibility, cultivate collaboration and spark change through dialogue. With over 10 years working in the field of engagement, she has developed a passion for designing and facilitating conversations that matter and creating engagement experiences where participants feel valued, relationships are built and initiatives and projects move forward. You’ll find her in the midst of both large and small-scale projects, bringing experience facilitating community forums in large urban centers or walking pipelines with Elders in the remote wilderness.

    Watch this short video to see Kim in action!

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 06 May 2020
    • 07 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
    Register

    Evaluation should always be useful, and this introductory course will cover theories and practical strategies to help you evaluate your public participation efforts. In this hands-on course, you will apply foundational tools like logic models, examine the differences between process and impact evaluation, and review the components of an evaluation plan. You will craft evaluation questions, and identify indicators and sources of information to help you answer those questions. Above all, you will learn how to employ evaluative thinking as a learning strategy, in order to strengthen your work and achieve greater impact.

    Recommended Experience Level:  Open to all levels 

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

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    At the end of this course, participants will:

    • Describe the principle of utilization-focused evaluation and its importance
    • Determine the most appropriate type(s) of evaluation for a P2 project
    • Populate a logic model and use it to structure an evaluation plan
    • Specify indicators and sources of data to help measure P2 objectives
    • Craft evaluation questions
    • Apply best practices in survey question writing
    • Determine appropriate uses of participatory evaluation
    • Identify the challenges to evaluation

    Trainer(s): Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A.

    Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A.Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A., is a civic engagement specialist. Bridging online and face-to-face methods, she has worked for over 15-years on large and complex engagement projects across North America. Susanna designs participation strategies, facilitates complex meetings, and provides training for better conversations between decision-makers and those most impacted by the issue. Susanna is a judge for IAP2 Canada’s annual Core Values Awards, which recognize excellence and innovation in public participation. susannahaaslyons.com

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 07 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
    Register

    Ask yourself these three questions:

    • Are you running out of constructive ways to bring people together in conversation?
    • Are you hearing from the same people over and over again and consistently struggling to hear from diverse voices?
    • Do you value strong relationships and building community participation capacity?

    Join us for an interactive session, where you can fill your toolbox with some new, innovative and effective public engagement techniques that will help you host better, powerful conversations, achieve objectives and create momentum positive change. So…what are we going to cover????

    Ideas Fair – get ready to take your open house to a whole new level. This highly-interactive technique is perfect for a drop-in style event aimed at gathering rich, qualitative data that only face-to-face interaction can bring.

    PhotoVoice & Story Telling - We all have stories to tell, that share our experience and highlight what’s most important to us. It’s also been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. So, let’s combine our love of stories and pictures, apply today’s technology and make making meaning of complex issues.

    Socratic Circle – prepare to take a backseat and support the power of conversation. Designed to embrace emotion, explore divides and share diverse experiences, a Socratic Circle may be just the tool you are missing.

    Technique 4 is up to you! - Scenario Planning, Streeter Interviews, Deliberative Forum, Conversation Toolkits – the choice is yours. As a group we will determine our final technique that is relevant to our shared context. When it’s all said on done, you will have four new tools that help you to host meaningful conversations, that achieve objectives and create momentum for change.

    BONUS: A Human Lab! Our first 90 minutes you have you up and out of your chair, experiencing 7 unique techniques woven together including a Soapbox and Popcorn poerty

    Recommended Experience Level:  Open to all levels

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

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    Learning Objectives:

    At the end of this course, participants will:

    • Receive a participatory and interactive session that introduces four tools to bring people together in meaningful ways that create powerful experiences including photovoice, socratic circle, ideas fair, popcorn poetry and more!
    • Understand the design and implementation of each technique and how it would be useful in different projects, conversations and applied with different stakeholders
    • Experience tools, via a Human Lab, such that they will be able to modify, design and customize the technique to suit specific needs and circumstances
    • Walk away with the excitement, motivation and know-how to try something different

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Kim Hyshka, CP3

    Kim Hyshka, CP3Kim Hyshka, CP3 is a believer that just about anything is possible with a little dialogue. She’s on a mission, to chart a different course for public conversations. Better conversations that open possibility, cultivate collaboration and spark change through dialogue. With over 10 years working in the field of engagement, she has developed a passion for designing and facilitating conversations that matter and creating engagement experiences where participants feel valued, relationships are built and initiatives and projects move forward. You’ll find her in the midst of both large and small-scale projects, bringing experience facilitating community forums in large urban centers or walking pipelines with Elders in the remote wilderness.

    Watch this short video to see Kim in action!

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 07 May 2020
    • 08 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 19
    Register

    Does this sound familiar?

    • Are your conversations fraught with discomfort, tension and concern?
    • Are you unsure what to say or intimidated in difficult conversations?
    • Are fear, hesitancy and worry about getting it right constant companions in your work?
    • Are you feeling burnt out, stressed and stretched to the limit in your interactions with others in conflict situations?
    • Are you in need of support, comfort and an ability to know when to walk away, disengage and recover yourself?
    • Are the practices that have served you in the past not working?
    • Are you worried about having really tough conversations with your team, community or group?

    There is a different way. Brave, Honest Conversations™ are a way of talking together, working together and living. When we show up with courage, compassion and integrity the possibilities are endless. The world needs more leaders who dare to make a lasting difference.

    Recommended Experience Level:  Intermediate to Advanced

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

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    Learning Objectives:

    It’s time to build your leadership skills – to practice courage, compassion and responsibility for impact. When you build your capacity to lead others, groups and the world around you, you create the momentum for positive change and the opportunity to move from stuck to possible. Foundational to leading others is the ability to lead yourself, to practice courage, compassion and kindness for yourself, and to make choices that allow you to bring your best self to your work.

    What will you learn? You will learn how to:

    • Courageously show up as a leader who invites tough conversations;
    • Cultivate and enhance a mindset of service and commitment to brave, honest conversations;
    • Create a space for brave, honest conversations that encourage constructive participation and address conflict boldly;
    • Learn tips, tools and approaches to deal with high stakes, high emotion situations;
    • Build comfort, confidence and skill to work with the chaos and emotions in a room or group; and
    • Practice and experience effective approaches for recovery, stress reduction and setting boundaries amid conflict and controversy.

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Stephani Roy McCallum

    Stephani Roy McCallumStephani is Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project where she steps into the storm of high emotion and conflict, and rides it to clearer skies. She is an internationally-recognized trailblazer who has worked on five continents facilitating tough conversations on high stakes, high emotion issues. As a trained co-active leadership coach, she brings 25 years of public engagement experience in bringing people together to build new perspectives and collaboratively create brave solutions, growing their own leadership and capacity. Steph has been the recipient of multiple awards for her work, including and IAP2 International Award for Project of the Year. Stephani sees a world where a new kind of leader is needed, willing to have brave, honest conversations about the things that matter most. When leaders show up with fierce courage, open-hearts and a deep commitment to integrity groups can move from stuck to possible. Stephani believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 07 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 08 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 24
    Register

    IAP2 Foundations in Effective Public Participation will let you hit the ground running armed with the knowledge and confidence you need to plan and execute effective initiatives for any area in which you may be working. This course is divided into two modules, each focusing on one of the two major phases of public participation, planning and techniques. Upon completion of both modules, you will receive a certificate of completion from IAP2.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.cato obtain it.

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    Learning Objectives

    Participants who have completed the Techniques course will be able to:

    • Understand key characteristics of a wide variety of traditional and emerging techniques and technologies
    • Assess and select techniques to meet identified public participation objectives
    • Modify and combine techniques to meet various objectives and circumstances
    • Determine the skills and resources needed to use different techniques effectively

    Course Outline

    Course Overview

    • Overview of course objectives
    • Trying a technique right out of the gate using World Café
    • Quick Review of the Foundations of Public Participation
    • A survey of techniques
      • Techniques for Sharing Information
      • 5 Techniques for Collecting and Compiling Information
      • 20+ Techniques for Bringing People Together
    • Advisory committees in depth, how to do them better
    • Matching techniques to the objectives of a public participation plan
    • Selecting techniques
    • Modifying when challenges arise.
    • Evaluating techniques

    Trainer: Tannis Topolnisky

    Tannis Topolnisky has 16 years experience as a Public Participation practitioner, 12 years experience training other P2 practitioners and 7 years experience as a licensed IAP2 trainer. I have been an IAP2 mentor for new practitioners for the last 3 years and an assessor for new IAP2 Foundations candidate trainers.

    My expertise is in the strategic and detailed planning, design, implementation, evaluation, analysis and reporting of public participation initiatives. I’ve worked in a wide diversity of projects where impacts on health, livelihood, relationships, well-being and community are most common.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 07 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 08 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 20
    Register

    Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) offered a roadmap to improved relationships between Indigenous and all Canadians through the 94 Calls to Action. These actions are directed at Canadian governments, corporations, institutions, and citizens, and describe the important role that decision-makers have to play in charting the course for a renewed country in which all citizens have the opportunity to benefit from the prosperity of this land. Yet many organizations and citizens are not sufficiently equipped to respond and take action in meaningful and culturally inclusive ways. This course offers foundational knowledge, real-life examples, and dynamic problem-solving for individuals working to advance Indigenous inclusion within their professional and personal communities.

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

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    Learning Objectives:

    Through this course, participants will:

    • Reflect on their current level of knowledge and understanding with respect to the history and experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Canada;
    • Participate in an experiential learning exercise to better understand basic facts about Canada’s history of colonization, the Indian Act, Indian Residential Schools, and intergenerational trauma;
    • Understand the purpose of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission and recall which of the 94 Calls to Action are relevant to their personal and professional communities;
    • Understand complexities related to Indigenous inclusion in decision-making contexts; and
    • Discuss and define strategies and activities related to Indigenous inclusion and the implementation of relevant Calls to Action.

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Steve Francis & Anne Harding

    Steve FrancisSteve Francis is the President of 3S Consulting Services, a Calgary based Indigenous consulting company. A member of Nekaneet First Nation in southwest Saskatchewan and a law school graduate, Steve provides strategic guidance and workshops focused on Aboriginal consultation and Indigenous participation in energy development. He is passionate about educating organizations and their personnel about Indigenous interests and proposing policy solutions that benefit Indigenous people and the federal or provincial Crown respectively.


    Anne HardingAnne Harding is the Owner of Forum Community Relations Inc., a Calgary based consulting company dedicated to promoting and creating space for meaningful engagement, reconciliation, and relationship-building. Anne has also worked in Stakeholder & Aboriginal Relations at Suncor Energy since 2007. She has engaged with over 60 Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada on economic development, community engagement, education, training, and resource consultation initiatives. Anne holds an MA in Corporate-Aboriginal Relations and a CP3 (Certified Public Participation Professional) designation through IAP2 Canada.

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 08 May 2020
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina - 1975 Broad St, Regina, SK S4P 1Y2, Canada
    • 18
    Register

    This course engages with three popular methods for large-scale, dialogue-based public participation on public policy issues: the 21st-Century Town Hall, Deliberative Polling, and Citizen Juries. Each process helps participants learn about an issue, create space for in-depth deliberation and generate detailed feedback on public policy options. Participants will also explore, and apply to their own work, key ingredients of large-scale processes, including developing discussion content and questions, as well as outreach strategies that involve large numbers of diverse participants.

    Recommended Experience Level:  Intermediate

    PLEASE NOTE: International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

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    Learning Objectives:

    At the end of this course, participants will:

    • Define the distinctions and complementary qualities of dialogue and deliberation
    • Identify suitable uses of large-scale public participation methods
    • Contrast the theory and practice of 21st Century Town Hall, Deliberative Polling and Citizens’ Juries
    • Outline a basic framework for planning a large-scale engagement project
    • Identify and address barriers to participation
    • Apply aspects of these large-scale public involvement methods to your own work

    Course Outline

    Trainer(s): Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A.

    Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A., is a civic engagement specialist. Bridging online and face-to-face methods, she has worked for over 15-years on large and complex engagement projects across North America. Susanna designs participation strategies, facilitates complex meetings, and provides training for better conversations between decision-makers and those most impacted by the issue. Susanna is a judge for IAP2 Canada’s annual Core Values Awards, which recognize excellence and innovation in public participation. susannahaaslyons.com

    #Schedule at a Glance   

    • 12 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 14 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Edmonton

    Taught by Kim Hyshka and Tannis Topolnisky, this three-day module is the first section of the IAP2 Foundations course, presented by Dialogue Partners. The second module will be offered in Edmonton, June 9-10, 2020.

    Completion of Foundations is a pre-requisite for IAP2 Certification.

    Find more information and register here.
                       
     

           



    Kim Hyshka

    Tannis Topolnisky

                                            









    Tannis Topolnisky

                             

    • 12 May 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
    Register

    Increasingly, local governments around the world are claiming their work is “participatory,” and while community engagement can be empowering, there are still persistent challenges, particularly for historically disenfranchised communities. When successful, P2 can facilitate legitimacy, promote collaborative problem-solving and help correct structural inequities; but it can also reinforce existing power inequities and undermine benefits.

    How residents perceive participatory processes may differ greatly from how practitioners perceive the same process. This session from the 2019 IAP2 North American Conference is one which attendees told us should be shared via a webinar. Allison Smith of the City of Louisville, KY, and Daniel DeCaro of the University of Louisville will discuss the research of a transdisciplinary team that looked into the ways institutional and systemic racism shape residents’ perception of a city’s governance practices and inform how to improve the public participation process.

    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 25 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 27 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Vancouver

    Taught by Jessica Delaney CP3, this is part 1 of the IAP2 Foundations program, which is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information about the Foundations course here.

    Part 2 of the program will take place May 28 & 29 in Vancouver.


    • 28 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 29 May 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Vancouver

    This is Part 2 of the IAP2 Foundations course, taught by Jessica Delaney CP3.

    This is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information here.



    • 01 Jun 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 03 Jun 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Calgary

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents this 3-day module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Calgary. The second module (Techniques) will take place in Calgary, June 4 & 5. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends April 20, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 04 Jun 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 05 Jun 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Calgary

    The Canadian Trainers' Collective presents the second module in the IAP2 Canada Foundations course in Calgary. The Foundations course is a prerequisite for IAP2 Certification. Please contact us directly for our 2020 registration.

    NB: Early-bird discount ends February 17, 2020.

    (Canadian Trainers' Collective, l-r Gale Simpson, Lara Tierney, Gay Robinson, Jan Bloomfield)

    • 09 Jun 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 10 Jun 2020
    • (CDT)
    • Edmonton

    This is the second module in the IAP2 Foundations course. Completion of this course is a prerequisite for IAP2 professional certification.

    Find more information and register here.

    Your trainers:




    Kim Hyshka            

                                       

    Tannis Topolnisky





    • 09 Jun 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM (PDT)
    • online
    Register

    Online engagement has gone from being the Next Big Thing in public participation to a "given"; but there are still a lot of questions and answers and lessons to be learned. We are delighted to bring together two of the more well-received presentations from the 2019 IAP2 North American Conference in Charlotte, NC, to bring some of those issues into focus. 

    Miranda Eng of Context - An Argyle Company - will share some of the tactics and lessons her colleagues have learned about the Art and Science of Online Engagement. Really, it's harder than it looks. While modern and accessible, how do you choose the right online platform and tools to use, to creatively inform (and not bore) people, to gather the input you need, while reaching those underrepresented populations you want to hear from?

    You'll learn about a practical approach to designing online engagement, including how to marry design principles for user experience and target outreach tactics to hear from underrepresented groups.

    Joining Miranda will be the co-presenters of Transforming Public Apathy: How Online Engagement is Revitalizing North Carolina. Jamille Robbins, Ashley Bush and Dave Biggs will discuss how the North Carolina Department of Transportation combined creative online public participation techniques with an inspired communications strategy. They systematically identified and removed ten significant barriers to participation and generated unprecedented results for a wide variety of planning efforts, from focused corridor studies to statewide transportation improvement plans. In all, they saw an increase in participation of 7000%.

    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 10 Jun 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
    Register

    The Annual General Meeting of IAP2 Canada.

    The meeting will be held online, so please register here, then follow the URL in your registration confirmation email to get login information on GoToWebinar.

    Agenda to come

    L’Assemblée générale annuelle de l'AIP2 Canada

    L’AGA aura lieu en ligne. Le processus d’inscription se fait en deux étapes :

    1. Inscrivez-vous ici (cliquez sur le bouton “Register” à gauche).
    2. Votre courriel de confirmation comportera un lien vers le site de notre fournisseur de webinaires, où vous devrez remplir un formulaire afin d’obtenir vos données de connexion.

    L’ordre du jour en route

    • 14 Jul 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
    Register

    What does it look like to apply human-centered design (otherwise known as “design thinking”) to your engagement efforts? What if you could co-create, prototype, and test your engagement strategy with key stakeholders before rolling it out? We’ve found that integrating human-centered design into public participation builds ownership and trust by meaningfully engaging participants early in the process, and produces better outcomes through an understanding of local context and stakeholder preferences.

    In this "encore" from the 2019 IAP2 North American Conference, Cristelle Blackford of Civicmakers will reprise "Applying Human-Centered Design to You P2 Strategy", in which she shares the fundamentals of  human-centered design and how it applies to P2.

    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 11 Aug 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • online
    Register

    In this reprise of a session at the 2019 IAP2 North American Conference, you'll learn how the City of Raleigh, North Carolina, used public sector partnerships to create a culture of P2. 

    The vision for the City of Raleigh is ‘to pursue world-class quality of life by actively collaborating with our community towards a fulfilling and inspired future for all’.  As part of City Council’s desire to strengthen community engagement and communication (part of the Strategic Plan adopted in 2015), staff was tasked with researching premier public engagement models to implement citywide. The IAP2 model was identified as the best practice.  

    The City of Raleigh is in the early stages of IAP2 implementation however, many of the organization’s past and present engagement projects utilized elements of the IAP2 framework. You'll learn about Raleigh’s steps towards creating an internal P2 framework for future engagement initiatives and the relationships developed to advance this goal; and find ways to apply that in your own work.

    Remember the two-stage process for registering for these webinars: your confirmation email will contain a link to the webinar site. Fill out that form in order to get your login information.

    • 09 Sep 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 11 Sep 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Banff, AB
    • 392
    Register


    The annual IAP2 North American Conference. Find more information here.

    La Conférence Nord-Américaine annuelle de l'AIP2. Plus d'informations ici.

    Registration fees (Canadian dollars) -- certain categories require a registration code; please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

    Before June 30, 2020

    Member: $675.00 (registration code required for IAP2 members outside of Canada (including USA)

    Non-Member: $825.00

    July 1 - Sept. 8, 2020 (inclusive)

    Member: $800.00 (registration code required for IAP2 members outside of Canada (including USA)

    Non-Member: $950.00

    At the door:

    Member: $900.00 (registration code required for IAP2 members outside of Canada (including USA)

    Non-Member: $1050.00

    Students & AmeriCorps members (all times): $300.00 (registration code required for AmeriCorps members)

    • 21 Sep 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 23 Sep 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Vancouver

    Taught by Jessica Delaney CP3, this is part 1 of the IAP2 Foundations program, which is a prerequisite for IAP2 Professional Certification.

    Find more information about the Foundations course here.

    Part 2 of the program will take place September 24 & 25 in Vancouver.