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Consultation and Public Events

 

Public events come in all shapes and sizes from simple ‘drops ins’ to view plans for a new project to very large public meetings involving hundreds of people or modern Public Hearings which enable consultors to hear the views of consultees prior to decisions being taken. In this course, we focus specifically on public events which form part of a consultation exercise.

CPD Credits: 15 | Duration: 80 mins approx. | Bulk unit value: 2

What topics will you cover?
• Public Meetings
• Drop-in events
• Public Consultation Hearings
• Best practice organising
• Best practice participation

What will you achieve?
An understanding of…
✓ The role of public events in the mix of consultation dialogue methods
✓ Alternatives to the traditional model including consultation hearings
✓ The challenges of engaging successfully through these methods

Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at staff and consultants planning a public consultation in the public, private or voluntary sectors

Learner feedback
“The content was interesting, informative, relevant and overall a worthwhile addition to the online training suite.”
Audra Mirjah-Clarke, Post Office

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The cost for this course is £66.00 excl. VAT. (£79.20 incl. VAT)

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About the Author

Elizabeth’s career has taken her from teaching, through work in the public affairs industry and into the world of public consultation and engagement. As a Director of the Institute, she has helped to develop many of its unique products and services since 2003.

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