The Development Practitioners 2010 Spring Series is a series of workshops for people who are managing or implementing development programs. While the focus of the examples and case studies is on international development, the skills and processes are also applicable to domestic social programs such as municipal social services and community grant schemes. The facilitators are experienced development workers who have considerable technical expertise as well as being highly skilled trainers and facilitators. If you are an emerging development practitioner or want to reflect on your own practice in the light of new approaches and debates then this workshop series could be for you.
If you are an emerging development practitioner or want to reflect on your own practice in the light of new approaches and debates then this workshop series could be for you.
Thurs 12th & Fri 13th August: Appreciative Inquiry & Capacity Building
Tues 18th & Wed 19th August: Asset-Based Community Development
Wed 25th & Thurs 26th August: Understanding Monitoring & Evaluation
Wed 22nd & Thurs 23rd September: Facilitating for Participation
All workshops are:
Time: 9am – 5pm
Cost: $550 (Student concession $450)
Food: Welcome tea/coffee, Morning and Afternoon Tea
Lunch: Off the menu, at own expense, with vegetarian options available
Venue: The Clare Castle Hotel, 421 Rathdowne St Carlton, Victoria
For further information, download the brochure, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://www.matrixconsulting.net.au/.