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Designing Public Participation
Designing Public Participation

Designing Public Participation

Design and plan an engagement process using IAP2's Practice Framework. This course is for you if you will be leading the planning and implementation of P2/engagement processes.

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Time & Location

Mar 25, 2024, 10:00 AM MDT – Mar 28, 2024, 3:00 PM MDT


About the event

**You must first complete Fundamentals of Public Participation before this course**

Designing Public Participation (P2) is a Level 2 course that introduces practitioners to the design and plan phases of the practice framework, providing them with the opportunity to develop P2 plans. This includes scoping, community mapping, determining purpose and objectives and levels of influence, choosing appropriate methods and managing resources, while considering the needs of diverse audiences. The course is suitable for practitioners who are leading the planning and implementation of P2 processes.

Dates: March 25-28, 2024

Times: 10:00-12:00 + 13:00-15:00 MDT / 12:00-14:00 + 15:00-17:00 EDT

There is a 1-hour break between sessions on each day.

Cost: Members $550 -- Regular $650  Please contact us to receive the member discount code

Course objectives

  1. For a real-world scenario, design an engagement process and plan that includes:
  • Develop a clear scope of the work, problem or opportunity with identified negotiables and non-negotiables
  • Conduct detailed stakeholder analysis, community mapping and equity analysis
  • Identify appropriate roles and levels of influence for key participants
  • Establish clear engagement purpose and objectives and success criteria/measures to suit scenario
  • Identify relevant profiles of engagement
  • Conduct a detailed risk/opportunities assessment
  • Identify key roles for senior leaders and decision makers
  1. Explore principles and approaches for equity, diversity and inclusion, and apply them to stakeholder analysis
  2. Embed digital strategies, platforms, tools and methods as part of the plan and process
  3. Develop an evaluation framework to suit the scenario
  4. Identify key roles and resources needed to implement the P2/engagement plan
  5. Develop and apply a suitable presentation to senior leaders that will secure commitment and resources for the P2/engagement plan
  6. Identify the many different contexts of engagement, including the elements present in more complex engagement scenarios

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