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The Consultation Charter: A foundation course in consultation

For a consultation to work well, it needs to take into account the seven principles of the consultation charter. This course helps you to get to grips with the practical implications of observing the principles, demonstrating some of the challenges they pose in practice and various solutions or approaches you can adopt.

CPD Credits: 20 | Duration: 1 hour 45 mins approx. | Bulk unit value: 2
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What topics will you cover?
• Visibility
• Accessibility
• Transparency
• Disclosure
• Fair Interpretation
• Publication
• Integrity

What will you achieve?
An understanding of…
✓ The seven charter principles of good consultation
✓ How the principles are applied in practice
✓ The challenges of observing the principles in different situations

Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at anyone who is involved in the process of public engagement and consultation, whether as organisers (consultors) or respondents (consultees)

Learner feedback
“I found the Charter foundation course really helpful and easy to follow. I thought it was straightforward to navigate, helped by keeping a structure to each section and making it clear how they all interlink.”
Hannah Clements, Buckinghamshire Council

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The cost for this course is £0.00 excl. VAT. (£0.00 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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