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    • 24 May 2024
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • in-person
    • 14
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    L’Association québécoise pour la participation publique (AQP2 - la section québécoise de l’Association internationale pour la participation publique) invite tous les passionnées et passionnés de la participation publique le vendredi 24 mai 2024 à sa journée de développement professionnel. 

    Nous souhaitons rassembler la communauté de pratique en participation publique afin de réseauter et d'apprendre dans une atmosphère conviviale. 

    L’événement d’une journée aura lieu à la Maison du développement durable à Montréal. Un repas sera servi sur l'heure du midi (inclus dans les frais d'inscription). 

    Les activités et conférences auront lieu sur les thèmes de la polarisation, la transition socio-écologique et l'évolution des bonnes pratiques de la P2.  

    Au programme :

    • 8h30 Accueil

    • 9h - 10h Transition écologique et participation : Défis et opportunités

      Jacques Bénard, ing., médiateur et facilitateur en environnement et aménagement du territoire, chargé de cours en médiation environnementale à l’Université de Sherbrooke
      Anne Gauthier, chargée de projet et de développement, Centre d'écologie urbaine
    • 10h15 - 11h Polarisation et démocratie 


      Louis Audet Gosselin, Directeur scientifique et stratégique du Centre de prévention de la radicalisation menant à la violence 

      Depuis quelques années, on assiste à une accélération de tendances inquiétantes pour la démocratie, notamment une perte de confiance envers les institutions démocratiques doublée d’une forte polarisation des opinions sur plusieurs enjeux centraux; ainsi que sur des sujets ou des projets pouvant se présenter dans l’espace public. Cette situation rend vulnérable les lieux de discussion démocratiques alors sensibles à des dérives, voire des actes haineux ou violents. Cet atelier vise à mieux comprendre cette tendance et de l’illustrer avec quelques cas récents. Une activité de groupe visera à identifier des pistes de solution pour renforcer la démocratie et stimuler une participation citoyenne prosociale.

      Animation : Pierre TadrosProfessionnel en P2, président de Tadros RP et membre du comité de pilotage de l’AQP2

    • 11h - 12h La notion d'opposition citoyenne dans les discours publics 

      Isaac Gauthier, M. Env., directeur de projets, Transfert Environnement et Société
      Marie-Ève Maillé, consultante et fondatrice, Notre Boite et auteure du livre Acceptabilité sociale : sans oui, c’est non


      La notion d'opposition citoyenne a le dos large. Est-ce un obstacle au progrès ou au contraire un levier d'évolution vers une société plus juste et équitable? Et si, les manifestations d'opposition avaient un rôle essentiel à jouer dans le processus d'évaluation des projets? Découvrez leurs perspectives sur la question d'opposition citoyenne et de la place qu'elle occupe dans les discours sur l'acceptabilité sociale des projets.
    • 13h - 14h De nouveaux ingrédients pour vos démarches citoyennes

      Hugo Mimee, Consultant et fondateur, Table ronde Participation publique
      Découvrez un menu savamment préparé pour enrichir vos activités participatives. Notre présentateur, tel un chef de cuisine, brassera la soupe afin de proposer de savoureuses alternatives aux techniques consultatives les plus fréquemment utilisées. Oubliez les recettes traditionnelles et plongez dans des méthodes créatives qui offriront une nouvelle saveur à la vie démocratique!
    • 14h15-15h30 Hackathon - La transition énergétique à la vitesse grand V : comment innover en participation publique? 

      On prévoit que, d’ici 2050, le Québec aura besoin d’entre 150 et 200 TWh additionnels pour réussir sa transition énergétique. C’est près de deux fois notre production actuelle. Dans ce contexte, cet atelier participatif permettra de discuter des défis observés dans les démarches de participation du public, de réfléchir aux meilleures pratiques et d’explorer de nouvelles pistes innovantes.

      Dave Arseneau et Janis Crawford, participation du public, Hydro- Québec

      Animation :
      Marie Rousseau, ing., médiatrice, experte performances sociales et environnementales, présidente d'ÉcoProcessus et membre du comité de pilotage de l’AQP2

    • 15h30-17h Cocktail réseautage

    L'événement s’adresse aux professionnelles et professionnels de la participation publique, aux personnes élues et gestionnaires municipaux, à la communauté étudiante, aux milieux communautaire et académique ainsi qu’à toute personne intéressée par la participation publique.

    * La Maison du développement durable est accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite. *

    Tarifs (dîner inclus) :

    • Membre AQP2 : 125$ + taxes
    • Non-membre: 195 $ + taxes
    • OSBL et personne aux études : 85 $ + taxes

    * Le formulaire d’inscription est en anglais, mais l’événement est en français. *

    Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter : coordination@aqp2.ca

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    Politique d'annulation

    Toutes les demandes d’annulation et de remboursement pour La Journée de développement professionnel de l'AQP2 doivent être présentées par écrit, de la façon décrite ci-dessous, à l’adresse coordination@aqp2.ca

    Les demandes effectuées par téléphone ne seront pas acceptées.

    Un remboursement complet sera effectué sur réception d’un avis écrit, au moins 10 jours avant l’événement, au plus tard à la fin de la journée du 14 mai 2024. Le cas échéant, l’AIP2 Canada émettra un remboursement et retiendra des frais administratifs de 30$.

    • 28 May 2024
    • 29 May 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • 15
    Register

    Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 1 practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation. 
    Learn more

    The focus of this course is on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation (P2). The training explores principles, concepts and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

    Cancellation and Refund Policy

    Bundle Discounts Available! (please contact training@iap2canada.ca)

    Course Objectives: 

    By the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

    • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
    • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful 
    • Reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to public participation and engagement
    • Identify and discuss IAP2 five core foundations in their application to public participation and engagement work 
    • Identify the role that values (seven core values) play in public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice 
    • Understand the IAP2 Spectrum of public Participation and rationale for the increasing intensity as decision impacts  
    • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to public participation and engagement situations 
    • Apply the Profiles of public participation and engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization-led and community-led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process 
    • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the role of power and influence and its impacts on the approach to public participation and engagement
    • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to public participation and engagement situations and practice 
    • Explore the Practice Framework (design, plan, implement, learn) as a tool for effective planning and process, and assess the quality of the process  

    Target Audience: 

    • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
    • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

    Course Delivery:

    Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

    Prerequisite:

    There is no prerequisite.

    Our Licensed Trainers:

    Kim 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.
    • 29 May 2024
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Online
    Register

    Participants in public participation (P2) possess various interconnected social identities, and recognizing this complexity can enhance the design of digital engagement strategies. Discover how leaders in engagement are incorporating an intersectional perspective into their approach to digital engagement, spanning content creation, formats, analysis, and beyond.



    Time Zones
    • 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm Eastern
    • 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm Central
    • 12:00 pm - 01:30 pm Mountain
    • 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Pacific
    About your presenter:

    Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A., is a public engagement specialist who develops strategy and provides training for better conversations between the public and decision-makers. She has over 20-years of international leadership experience in designing, facilitating, managing, and evaluating complex civic engagement efforts. 


    Susanna is an instructor with the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) as well as a post-secondary instructor for Simon Fraser University’s Dialogue and Civic Engagement certificate program. Her courses cover topics such as deliberative dialogue, digital engagement, evaluation, large-scale engagement, and more. 


    For more information, visit susannahaaslyons.com or follow her on Twitter at @zannalyons.

    • 03 Jun 2024
    • 06 Jun 2024
    • 4 sessions
    • Zoom
    • 16
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    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in P2/engagement is a Level 2 course which will enhance practitioners’ understanding of key DEI concepts and their relevance to P2/engagement.

    The course will help participants identify power imbalances and other barriers to inclusive and equitable engagement. Participants will have the opportunity to develop an Equity Lens for P2/engagement which they can apply to the planning, design and implementation of P2/engagement processes.

    Cancellation and Refund Policy

    Course Objectives:

    By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

    • Identify the impacts of exclusion and inequity on P2/engagement processes and decision making
    • Enhance understanding of the terms diversity, equity and inclusion relative to P2/engagement
    • Explore how individual biases and stereotypes become embedded in systems and lead to systemic discrimination and marginalisation
    • Critically reflect on how practitioner identities and social location might impact P2/engagement
    • Reflect on concepts of power, privilege and intersectionality and their relevance to designing and implementing P2/engagement
    • Identify strategies for decolonising P2/engagement
    • Develop and apply an Equity Lens for P2/engagement

    Target Audience:

    Participants working in P2/engagement who already have some basic experience and/or understanding of DEI

    Level 2 practitioners, those:

    • leading the planning and implementation of P2/engagement processes.
    • managing teams and planning operations where there is some risk and complexity.
    • managing key relationships for the P2/engagement processes, be able to troubleshoot, fix problems and implement change in processes as they are needed.
    • Working as a consultant in the sector leading the P2/engagement processes

    Course Delivery:

    Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

    Prerequisite:

    Fundamental in P2 and Engagement or any course from the previous IAP2 Foundations program.

    Our Licensed Trainer:

    Tannis Topolnisky, CP3 over 20 years of public engagement experience and has been a licensed trainer of the IAP2 Foundations and IAP2 for Decision Makers courses since 2011. She has worked in a variety of areas such as legislation, policy and program development, health, contaminated sites, heritage conservation, municipal budgeting, land use planning, affordable housing, education and more. Tannis has diverse experience engaging communities, interest groups, non-government organizations, professional and industry associations, academics, patient groups and Indigenous peoples. She often finds herself planning and facilitating projects where there are potential impacts to health, livelihood, relationships, community and quality of life.
    • 05 Jun 2024
    • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Folk Exchange, 211 Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg and Virtually by Zoom
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    Prairies Chapter AGM


    Hear about our achievements over the last year, how we supported the P2 profession, this year's priorities, and meet your new 2024 - 2025 Board of Directors!

    Wednesday, June 5, 2024 

    3:30 - 4:30 pm in Saskatchewan / 4:30 - 5:30 pm in Manitoba
    Virtually by Zoom & Folk Exchange, 211 Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg


    Agenda
    Welcome & Call to Order / Quorum 
    Land Acknowledgment
    Approval of Agenda and Rules of Order 
    Previous AGM Minutes
    Board Report
    Annual Financial Report
    Election of Directors
    Adjournment


    Winnipeg Networking Event and Panel to follow at 5:30 King's Head Pub.  Please register in advance. 


    • 05 Jun 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM (CDT)
    • King's Head Pub, 2nd Floor, Winnipeg MB
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    Join us for an engaging evening at the 2nd floor of the Kings Head on June 5th, hosted by the IAP2 Prairies Chapter! This networking event is centered around public participation, bringing together professionals from government, the private sector, and civil service to discuss pressing topics.

    Arrive at 5:30 PM to mingle before the event kicks off at 6 PM. Appetizers will be provided to fuel your conversations as you connect with like-minded individuals passionate about sustainability and environmental impact.

    The esteemed panelists, each with relevant expertise in environmental impact, will take the stage to delve into the topic. Get ready to gain insights, share ideas, and broaden your understanding of sustainability practices.

    Open to all interested parties, this event is a must-attend for government officials, engagement professionals, and anyone committed to making a positive impact on our environment.


                                                                                                                           


    • 06 Jun 2024
    • 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
    • Online
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    Enhancing Engagement in Mental Health and Substance Use Health

    (CVA: Extending the Practice through Creativity, Contribution, and Innovation in the Field)

    The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has adapted the IAP2 spectrum to improve how we meaningfully engage people with lived and living experience (PWLLE) in mental health and substance use initiatives. This approach ensures trust and credibility while involving stakeholders.

    Join us to explore how our new organizational framework for engagement enables the MHCC to effectively leverage the advice, expertise, and interests of our Advisory Councils. Learn how we integrate PWLLE into decision-making processes at various stages of project life cycles on topics that matter the most to them.

    Time Zones
    • 01:00 pm - 02:15 pm Eastern
    • 12:00 pm - 01:15 pm Central
    • 11:00 pm - 12:15 pm Mountain
    • 10:00 am - 11:15 am Pacific
    About the presenters:

    Alya Al-Shibli is a professional with a wealth of experience in program management, stakeholder relations, and entrepreneurship. Her commitment to enhancing mental health promotion led her to join the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) in 2018 as a Program Manager. In this role, Alya collaborates closely with MHCC’s core advisory committees to ensure that the voices of lived and living experiences of mental health concerns are integrated into the commission’s work throughout the MHCC, promoting cross-departmental engagement and impact.

    Prior to this role, Alya worked as a Senior Program Officer at AlFaisal Without Borders Foundation in Doha, Qatar. During her time there, she oversaw multiple education programs, significantly enhancing local outreach, developing relationships with private schools, and orchestrating successful STEM-based workshops for youth nationwide.

    In the realm of entrepreneurship, Alya co-founded and served as Product Manager at My Wooden Playroom, a Canada-based startup focused on children’s furniture manufacturing. Here, she spearheaded product development initiatives, conducted comprehensive market research, and continually refined product offerings based on user feedback.

    Dalya Kablawi (she/her) is a community mental health engagement specialist. As program coordinator at the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), she supports the rollout, advancement and evaluation of Roots of Hope community suicide prevention initiatives. As one of two Mental Health Commissioners at the Student Society of McGill University, she led efforts to promote mental health services to the undergraduate community and worked to advocate on behalf of students.

    She has obtained the SafeTALK and ASIST suicide prevention and intervention certifications and has incorporated some of their core principles into training delivered to peer supporters across the campus. As co-chair of the MHCC’s Youth Council, she brought an intersectional perspective to the conversation, highlighting the need for equity in mental health care provision. She is currently a program coordinator at the MHCC, where she overhauled organizational engagement practices with people with lived and living experience and continues to spearhead engagement efforts particularly in her work with community-based suicide prevention initiatives. She brings her lived experience, along with her extensive volunteer and professional experience, to the IAP2 Canada board.

    • 10 Jun 2024
    • 05 Jul 2024
    • Online
    • 0
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    Bundle Discount & Early Bird Discount Available for this Package!

    Based on IAP2's internationally recognized Global Learning Pathway, this professional development certificate program builds on the foundations of public participation training and best practices from around the globe to provide participants with approximately 30 hours of effective training in public participation and engagement. 

    IAP2 Canada's Certificate in Public Participation (P2) for introductory (Level 1) participants consists of 3 core courses, hosted by IAP2 Canada:

    Note: Members must be logged in to access member pricing

    Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (2 sessions)

    • 10 June 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • 11 June 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
       

      Designing Public Participation & Engagement (4 sessions)

      • 24 June 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 25 June 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 26 June 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 27 June 2024, 12:30 PM 3:30 PM (EDT)

            
      Applying Methods (4 sessions)

      • 02 July 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 03 July 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 04 July 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 05 July 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)

      Upon successful completion of the Certificate in Public Participation, participants receive a "Certificate of Completion" to acknowledge their accomplishment and verify their training hours.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Learn more about the IAP2 Canada's Certificate in Public Participation

      • 10 Jun 2024
      • 12:30 PM
      • 13 Jun 2024
      • 3:30 PM

      Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. Learn more

      Designing & Leading Engagement 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 public participation and engagement practice 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.

      Bundle Discount Available!

      Register Now!


      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to design an engagement process and plan for a real-world scenario, including:

      • Plan 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 players
      • Establish clear engagement purpose and objectives and success criteria/measures to suit the scenario
      • Identify relevant profiles of engagement
      • Conduct a detailed risk/opportunities analysis
      • Choose and sequence appropriate methods (in-person and digital) and identify communication tactics to suit the scenario
      • Identify key roles for senior leaders and decision makers
      • Explore principles and approaches for equity, diversity and inclusion and apply them to stakeholder analysis
      • Embed digital strategies, platforms, and methods as part of the plan and process
      • Develop an evaluation framework to suit the scenario
      • Identify key roles and resources needed to implement the P2/engagement plan
      • Develop and apply a suitable pitch to senior leaders that will secure commitment and resources for the P2/engagement plan
      • Identify the many different contexts of engagement including the elements present in more complex engagement scenarios

      Target Audience: 

      • Practitioners who are leading the planning and implementation of public participation and engagement practice processes
      • Participants who will be involved in the design and planning of public participation and engagement practice processes

      Course Delivery:

      This is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

      This is a 12-hour, trainer-led Delaney Virtual Academy. Zoom and Google Suites (digital workbook provided at course end) are used, in addition to other applications, to make this a highly interactive and skills-based session. There are four, three-hour sessions over four consecutive days. Each daily session runs 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time; 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement is a prerequisite for this course. 

      Learn more

      Cost:

      $795.00 + applicable tax - Engage Delaney is offering a $100 bundle discount when you book the three IAP2 Certificate courses (Fundamentals of P2, Designing P2, and Applying Methods) with us. You can select the courses in a given 12-month period but must pay for all three courses at the same time.

      Register Now!


      Our Licensed Trainer:


      Jessica Delaney, CP3

      Jessica Delaney is a seasoned engagement and communications professional with 15 years of experience working with government, private and not-for-profit sectors.

      She provides clients with engagement, facilitation and strategic communications services in her strength sectors that include municipal government, sustainable housing, and healthcare. Jessica has planned, implemented and reported on over 100 comprehensive and inclusive engagements using a variety of in-person and online engagement techniques. Her approach to community, public, stakeholder and Indigenous engagement is to make it safe, inclusive, fun and practical.

      Learn more at http://www.rmdelaney.com/

       
      • 10 Jun 2024
      • 11 Jun 2024
      • 2 sessions
      • 0
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      Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 1 practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation. 
      Learn more

      The focus of this course is on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation (P2). The training explores principles, concepts and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

      • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
      • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful 
      • Reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to public participation and engagement
      • Identify and discuss IAP2 five core foundations in their application to public participation and engagement work 
      • Identify the role that values (seven core values) play in public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice 
      • Understand the IAP2 Spectrum of public Participation and rationale for the increasing intensity as decision impacts  
      • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to public participation and engagement situations 
      • Apply the Profiles of public participation and engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization-led and community-led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process 
      • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the role of power and influence and its impacts on the approach to public participation and engagement
      • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to public participation and engagement situations and practice 
      • Explore the Practice Framework (design, plan, implement, learn) as a tool for effective planning and process, and assess the quality of the process  

      Target Audience: 

      • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
      • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

      Prerequisite:

      There is no prerequisite.

      Our Licensed Trainers:

      Tracey Ehl brings groups together to explore ideas, opportunities and issues.  She approaches public participation as a learning process, for everyone.  This is based on a belief that individual and collective learning hold great potential for positive, transformative change. 

      Tracey has over two decades of professional experience in facilitation, public and stakeholder engagement, environmental communications and environmental and strategic planning.  Tracey’s energetic and attentive style has assisted communities locally and internationally to develop supported, realistic solutions and achieve shared goals. Her project involvement has focused on complex projects in the areas of energy, sustainability, public water system management, municipal planning, transportation and public transit, waste management, wastewater infrastructure, and community development.  Within these projects, Tracey has designed, led and documented hundreds of events and processes to meet the unique needs of each client and the affected stakeholder groups, while managing controversy, outrage and budget limitations, multiple agendas and influences beyond the project.

      • 12 Jun 2024
      • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
      • Virtual
      • 15
      Register

      The Indigenous Awareness Program through IAP2 Canada was co-created with an Indigenous Elder to help advance reconciliation and support Indigenous inclusion in public participation (P2) and engagement activities across Canada.

      Program Duration

      Estimated time commitment (depending on selected learning resources) is 3 to 6 hours per month over 6 months.

      The program, which was co-created with an Indigenous Elder is a semi-structured, cohort-based learning program to help build awareness and understanding about the history and experiences of Indigenous Peoples in our country so they can better support Indigenous inclusion in their P2 and engagement practice.

      Watch the program overview


      Program Delivery

      The program kickoff meeting will take place on June 12, 2024 from 12:30PM - 2:00PM Eastern and the program will wrap-up in December.

      Participants are matched with a learning partner who has experience working with Indigenous communities and placed into a cohort of no more than four people. Over the six-month duration of the program, you’ll engage in interactive and applied learning as you work through four assignments, based on the traditional Medicine Wheel. There are five 90 minute large group meetings, starting with the kickoff meeting.

      There are three types of work during the course:

      • Independent study, which happens on your own schedule;
      • Small group cohort meetings with your learning team of up to four people (your team will book these based on your schedules, typically for 60-90 minutes at a time);
      • Large group meetings to debrief and share your learning with the other program participants.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Our Trainers:

      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, CP3 is the Owner of Forum Community Relations Inc., a Calgary based consulting company dedicated to catalyzing better communities through Indigenous relations and community engagement. In her 17+ years of experience as a community and Indigenous engagement professional, she has engaged with over 80 Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada on economic development, community engagement, reconciliation, 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.

      • 17 Jun 2024
      • 12:30 PM
      • 20 Jun 2024
      • 3:30 PM

      Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. Learn more

      Applying Methods is a Level 2 course that focuses on exploring a variety of methods used in implementing public participation and engagement and considers how to design and integrate those methods into the public participation and engagement practice process. Participants will learn to select, assess and create effective elements of methods to work meaningfully with participants.

      Bundle Discount Available!

      Register Now!


      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

      • Identify a range of methods that can be used for various engagement purposes and processes, and strategies to select the most appropriate method/s for an engagement project/process
      • Research, design and test a face to face and/or online method using a range of tools and resources
      • Apply the four steps of designing a method to incorporate the eight key components of method design
      • Develop rational and experiential aims
      • Design an appropriate format
      • Design questions and process
      • Develop appropriate communications
      • Combine methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives and test for appropriate sequencing
      • Incorporate inclusivity and diversity principles
      • Identify data management needs, evaluation points and measures
      • Identify resources required
      • Explore a variety of both face to face and online methods/techniques that include a nested structure of different methods (e.g. deliberative processes, Appreciative Inquiry, Open Space Technology)
      • Analyze the specific engagement requirements for online and digital methods, identify and select appropriate platforms and tools to meet needs, and strategies to sequence these methods for delivery
      • Identify principles for monitoring online activity
      • Test the design by running elements of the method and submitting for peer review using a checklist
      • Apply methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives including using effective communication skills, and test for appropriate sequencing
      • Design key messages and know how to use communication tools that build trust and integrity, and meet the needs of diverse audiences

      Target Audience: 

      • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

      Course Delivery:

      This is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

      This is a 12-hour, trainer-led Delaney Virtual Academy. Zoom and Google Suites (digital workbook provided at course conclusion) are used, in addition to other applications, to make this a highly interactive and skills-based session. There are four, three-hour sessions over four consecutive days. Each daily session runs 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time; 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamental of P2 and Engagement is the level 1 prerequisite for this course. 

      Learn more

      Cost:

      $795.00 + applicable tax - - Engage Delaney is offering a $100 bundle discount when you book the three IAP2 Certificate courses (Fundamentals of P2, Designing P2, and Applying Methods) with us. You can select the courses in a given 12-month period but must pay for all three courses at the same time.

      Register Now!


      Our Licensed Trainers:


      Jessica Delaney, CP3

      Jessica Delaney is a seasoned engagement and communications professional with 15 years of experience working with government, private and not-for-profit sectors.

      She provides clients with engagement, facilitation and strategic communications services in her strength sectors that include municipal government, sustainable housing, and healthcare. Jessica has planned, implemented and reported on over 100 comprehensive and inclusive engagements using a variety of in-person and online engagement techniques. Her approach to community, public, stakeholder and Indigenous engagement is to make it safe, inclusive, fun and practical.

      Learn more at http://www.rmdelaney.com/

       
      • 17 Jun 2024
      • 20 Jun 2024
      • 4 sessions
      • Zoom
      • 13
      Register

      The focus of this course is on de-escalating and shifting conflict and high emotion to constructive participation, where forward momentum and resolution is possible. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the state of conflict, and work with practical, tangible approaches to de-escalate and transform challenges. Over the course, we will cover tools, strategies and ways of working to resolve polarized and emotional challenges.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Course Objectives:

      • Assess the state of conflict and emotion in the P2/engagement process and identify how to address it to create productive and constructive approaches
      • Work with the stages of conflict escalation and apply the concepts of de-escalation
      • Apply a variety of strategies to transform the conflict in P2/engagement practice
      • Identify the impact of high emotion and apply a range of approaches to de-escalate P2/engagement challenges
      • Identify how to reduce conflict in situations of misinformation and duelling facts
      • Apply the principles of story-telling to connect people to each other, increase understanding and reduce conflict
      • Learn from mistakes and understand the role of failure in P2/engagement processes
      • Identify and apply how to model integrity and behaviours that de-escalate conflict
      • Apply the strategies

      Target Audience:

      • Intermediate level practitioners who are leading and managing P2/engagement processes with challenges, scope and scale
      • Intermediate to advanced practitioners looking for tools and strategies to apply to a polarized, charged P2/engagement environment
      • Practitioners with experience in P2/engagement processes where is conflict and/or high emotion

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamental in P2 and Engagement or any course from the previous foundations program.

      Licensed Trainer:

      Steph Roy McCallum is a facilitator, coach, trainer and leader of the most difficult conversations of our lives, and the Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project. She is author of the recently released book Leading Together: How Brave, Honest Conversations Can Transform Our Lives, Organizations and Communities (available November 17, 2022). With her heart on her sleeve and a deep breath for courage, she wades into the messy, important, beautiful conversations that can bring us together - or tear us apart. Her work in conflict transformation has taken her to 5 continents, leading brave, honest conversations to solve the challenges in our lives, organizations and communities – together. Steph is a trained Co-Active Leadership coach, a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified NeuroTransformational Coach. She is an IAP2 Trainer, course developer and co-lead of curriculum development for the new IAP2 Global Learning Pathway being launched in 2023. Steph believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.
      • 24 Jun 2024
      • 27 Jun 2024
      • 4 sessions
      • 0
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      Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. 

      Learn more

      Designing & Leading Engagement 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 public participation and engagement practice 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.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to design an engagement process and plan for a real-world scenario, including:

      • Plan 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 players
      • Establish clear engagement purpose and objectives and success criteria/measures to suit the scenario
      • Identify relevant profiles of engagement
      • Conduct a detailed risk/opportunities analysis
      • Choose and sequence appropriate methods (in-person and digital) and identify communication tactics to suit the scenario
      • Identify key roles for senior leaders and decision makers
      • Explore principles and approaches for equity, diversity and inclusion and apply them to stakeholder analysis
      • Embed digital strategies, platforms, and methods as part of the plan and process
      • Develop an evaluation framework to suit the scenario
      • Identify key roles and resources needed to implement the P2/engagement plan
      • Develop and apply a suitable pitch to senior leaders that will secure commitment and resources for the P2/engagement plan
      • Identify the many different contexts of engagement including the elements present in more complex engagement scenarios

      Target Audience: 

      • Practitioners who are leading the planning and implementation of public participation and engagement practice processes
      • Participants who will be involved in the design and planning of public participation and engagement practice processes

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement is a prerequisite for this course. 

      Learn more

      Our Licensed Trainers:

      Tracey Ehl brings groups together to explore ideas, opportunities and issues.  She approaches public participation as a learning process, for everyone.  This is based on a belief that individual and collective learning hold great potential for positive, transformative change. 

      Tracey has over two decades of professional experience in facilitation, public and stakeholder engagement, environmental communications and environmental and strategic planning.  Tracey’s energetic and attentive style has assisted communities locally and internationally to develop supported, realistic solutions and achieve shared goals. Her project involvement has focused on complex projects in the areas of energy, sustainability, public water system management, municipal planning, transportation and public transit, waste management, wastewater infrastructure, and community development.  Within these projects, Tracey has designed, led and documented hundreds of events and processes to meet the unique needs of each client and the affected stakeholder groups, while managing controversy, outrage and budget limitations, multiple agendas and influences beyond the project.

      • 26 Jun 2024
      • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
      • Online
      Register

      Participant input is incredibly valuable, and so is your time. Explore digital tools designed to streamline the comprehension and reporting of qualitative data. Gain insights from engagement practitioners as they share lessons learned and showcase examples for effective implementation.




      Time Zones
      • 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm Eastern
      • 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm Central
      • 12:00 pm - 01:30 pm Mountain
      • 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Pacific
      About your presenter:

      Susanna Haas Lyons, M.A., is a public engagement specialist who develops strategy and provides training for better conversations between the public and decision-makers. She has over 20-years of international leadership experience in designing, facilitating, managing, and evaluating complex civic engagement efforts. 


      Susanna is an instructor with the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) as well as a post-secondary instructor for Simon Fraser University’s Dialogue and Civic Engagement certificate program. Her courses cover topics such as deliberative dialogue, digital engagement, evaluation, large-scale engagement, and more. 


      For more information, visit susannahaaslyons.com or follow her on Twitter at @zannalyons.

      • 02 Jul 2024
      • 05 Jul 2024
      • 4 sessions
      • 0
      Join waitlist

      Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. Learn more

      Applying Methods is a Level 2 course that focuses on exploring a variety of methods used in implementing public participation and engagement and considers how to design and integrate those methods into the public participation and engagement practice process. Participants will learn to select, assess and create effective elements of methods to work meaningfully with participants.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

      • Identify a range of methods that can be used for various engagement purposes and processes, and strategies to select the most appropriate method/s for an engagement project/process
      • Research, design and test a face to face and/or online method using a range of tools and resources
      • Apply the four steps of designing a method to incorporate the eight key components of method design
      • Develop rational and experiential aims
      • Design an appropriate format
      • Design questions and process
      • Develop appropriate communications
      • Combine methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives and test for appropriate sequencing
      • Incorporate inclusivity and diversity principles
      • Identify data management needs, evaluation points and measures
      • Identify resources required
      • Explore a variety of both face to face and online methods/techniques that include a nested structure of different methods (e.g. deliberative processes, Appreciative Inquiry, Open Space Technology)
      • Analyze the specific engagement requirements for online and digital methods, identify and select appropriate platforms and tools to meet needs, and strategies to sequence these methods for delivery
      • Identify principles for monitoring online activity
      • Test the design by running elements of the method and submitting for peer review using a checklist
      • Apply methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives including using effective communication skills, and test for appropriate sequencing
      • Design key messages and know how to use communication tools that build trust and integrity, and meet the needs of diverse audiences

      Target Audience: 

      • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamental of P2 and Engagement is the level 1 prerequisite for this course. 

      Learn more

      Our Licensed Trainers:

      Amelia Shaw is an award-winning consultation strategist, practitioner, professional facilitator and capacity builder. Over the past twenty-plus years Amelia has been successfully involved in the development of major policies, projects and plans from strategic design, to initiating and facilitating inclusive processes, and implementation. She has worked with governments, public organizations, nonprofits and private companies in multiple sectors including community development, education, governance, labour, land-use planning, transit and transportation. Her ultimate goal, with any P2 project/process, is to find an innovative approach that supports both community and organizational values and objectives and leads to helpful deliverables and a positive outcome. Her solutions have earned international recognition, including an IAP2 Core Values Award for Innovation.
      • 11 Jul 2024
      • 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
      • Online
      Register

      Tear Down the Open House:

      “Youth-ifying” Engagement


      When was the last time you engaged young people in your projects? Young people are at the front lines of today’s most complex issues from the housing and affordability crisis, climate change, the opioid poisoning crisis, and many overlapping systemic issues. At the same time, youth are frequently left out of decision-making despite being left to live with the consequences the longest.

      Join us for a workshop that explores how our engagement practices can be more inclusive of all ages and how centering youth in our engagements can support us in shaping a better, more resilient, and sustainable future. As award-winning youth engagement specialists, CityHive will be tapping into our years of experience and sharing lessons learned on youth engagement. Participants will walk away with clear examples, tools, and strategies to take back into their own engagement practice.

      Time Zones
      • 01:00 pm - 02:15 pm Eastern
      • 12:00 pm - 01:15 pm Central
      • 11:00 pm - 12:15 pm Mountain
      • 10:00 am - 11:15 am Pacific
      About the presenters:


      Rowan Gentleman-Sylvester is the Executive Director of CityHive. An experienced facilitator, educator, and engagement practitioner, Rowan has led several key youth engagement consulting projects at CityHive including the Transport2050 Youth Advisory Council, civic education materials development for the Vancouver Plan, BC Hydro’s Clean Power 2040 youth engagement, and Vancouver Coastal Health’s Translation & Interpretation engagement, and the development of City of Surrey’s Public Engagement Strategy’s youth section.


      Miley Leong

      is CityHive’s Engagement Consulting Manager and works with city shaping institutions to transform how young people are engaged. She has extensive experience working with multiply-marginalized youth through equitable community engagement. From mobilizing local and national youth engagement at Apathy is Boring, to leading provincial policy and public engagement with BC’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner, Miley brings a depth of knowledge on how to bridge the gap between youth and institutions.

      • 07 Aug 2024
      • 28 Aug 2024
      • 4 sessions
      • Zoom

      The focus of this course is about introducing a model for identifying complexity in engagement and a framework for strategies to manage complexity more effectively over time.

      Register Now!



      Course Objectives:

      • Demonstrate an understanding of the drivers of complexity and complex theory
      • Describe the characteristics of complexity within an engagement process
      • Identify the key sources of complexity for an engagement process
      • Identify and apply a range of strategies for dealing with complex engagement
      • Demonstrate critical thinking in choosing strategies that are purposeful, context-appropriate, responsive and iterative, and which meet the Core Values
      • Demonstrate an ability to build robust engagement strategies
      • Design an engagement plan which describes how strategies are used and when
      • Complete a risk management analysis
      • Map how complexity may change across a project or an organisation over time

      Target Audience:

      • Participants who have completed a pre-requisite course from the IAP2 Way
      • Participants should be Level 3 practitioners with a minimum of 5 years of experience in:
        • leading the planning and implementation of P2/engagement processes.
        • managing teams and planning operations where there is some risk and complexity.
        • managing key relationships for the P2/engagement processes, be able to troubleshoot, fix problems and implement change in processes as they are needed.
        • Working as a consultant in the sector leading the P2/engagement processes across a range of contexts and sectors

      Course Delivery:

      This is an IAP2 Canada training course delivered externally by IAP2 licensed trainers.

      Prerequisite:

      Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement, the IAP2 Ways in Challenging Contexts, or any course from the previous foundations' program.

      Cost:

      $999.00 + applicable tax 

      Register Now!


      Licensed Trainers:

      Steph Roy McCallum 

      is a facilitator, coach, trainer and leader of the most difficult conversations of our lives, and the Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project. She is author of the recently released book Leading Together: How Brave, Honest Conversations Can Transform Our Lives, Organizations and Communities (available November 17, 2022). With her heart on her sleeve and a deep breath for courage, she wades into the messy, important, beautiful conversations that can bring us together - or tear us apart. Her work in conflict transformation has taken her to 5 continents, leading brave, honest conversations to solve the challenges in our lives, organizations and communities – together. Steph is a trained Co-Active Leadership coach, a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified NeuroTransformational Coach. She is an IAP2 Trainer, course developer and co-lead of curriculum development for the new IAP2 Global Learning Pathway being launched in 2023. Steph believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.

      • 12 Aug 2024
      • 13 Aug 2024
      • 2 sessions
      • Zoom

      Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 2 Practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation

      Learn more

      The IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts is Level 2 course that sets out the underpinning models and frameworks of public participation and engagement practice as defined by the IAP2 community. Specifically in terms of what it is, who is involved, standards of practice, and why it is important to be practiced ethically and effectively. Participants will explore these concepts and models in contexts that are challenging and will gain skills and knowledge to apply to their work. This course is suitable for practitioners who already have substantial experience in public participation and engagement practice work and are ready to be leading this work with others (2-5 years).

      Register Now!


      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

      • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and describe its relationship with communication
      • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful and reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to P2/engagement
      • Identify the role that values play in challenging public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice.
      • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to challenging engagement situations
      • Apply the Profiles of Engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization led and community led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process
      • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to challenging public participation and engagement situations and practice
      • Explore the Practice Framework as a tool for effective planning and process
      • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the concept of inter-cultural engagement
      • Explore the role of power and influence in challenging engagement contexts and its impacts to our work.

      Target Audience: 

      • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada

      Prerequisite:
      None

      Cost:

      $499.00 + applicable tax 

      Register Now!


      Licensed Trainers:

      Steph Roy McCallum 

      is a facilitator, coach, trainer and leader of the most difficult conversations of our lives, and the Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project. She is author of the recently released book Leading Together: How Brave, Honest Conversations Can Transform Our Lives, Organizations and Communities (available November 17, 2022). With her heart on her sleeve and a deep breath for courage, she wades into the messy, important, beautiful conversations that can bring us together - or tear us apart. Her work in conflict transformation has taken her to 5 continents, leading brave, honest conversations to solve the challenges in our lives, organizations and communities – together. Steph is a trained Co-Active Leadership coach, a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified NeuroTransformational Coach. She is an IAP2 Trainer, course developer and co-lead of curriculum development for the new IAP2 Global Learning Pathway being launched in 2023. Steph believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.

      • 03 Sep 2024
      • 04 Sep 2024
      • 2 sessions
      • 9
      Register

      Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 1 practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation. 
      Learn more

      The focus of this course is on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation (P2). The training explores principles, concepts and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

      Cancellation and Refund Policy

      Course Objectives: 

      By the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

      • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
      • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful 
      • Reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to public participation and engagement
      • Identify and discuss IAP2 five core foundations in their application to public participation and engagement work 
      • Identify the role that values (seven core values) play in public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice 
      • Understand the IAP2 Spectrum of public Participation and rationale for the increasing intensity as decision impacts  
      • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to public participation and engagement situations 
      • Apply the Profiles of public participation and engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization-led and community-led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process 
      • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the role of power and influence and its impacts on the approach to public participation and engagement
      • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to public participation and engagement situations and practice 
      • Explore the Practice Framework (design, plan, implement, learn) as a tool for effective planning and process, and assess the quality of the process  

      Target Audience: 

      • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
      • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

      Course Delivery:

      Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

      Prerequisite:

      There is no prerequisite.

      Our Licensed Trainers:

      Amelia Shaw is an award-winning consultation strategist, practitioner, professional facilitator and capacity builder. Over the past twenty-plus years Amelia has been successfully involved in the development of major policies, projects and plans from strategic design, to initiating and facilitating inclusive processes, and implementation. She has worked with governments, public organizations, nonprofits and private companies in multiple sectors including community development, education, governance, labour, land-use planning, transit and transportation. Her ultimate goal, with any P2 project/process, is to find an innovative approach that supports both community and organizational values and objectives and leads to helpful deliverables and a positive outcome. Her solutions have earned international recognition, including an IAP2 Core Values Award for Innovation
      • 03 Sep 2024
      • 26 Sep 2024
      • 10 sessions
      • Online
      • 12
      Register

      Bundle Discount & Early Bird Discount Available for this Package!

      Based on IAP2's internationally recognized Global Learning Pathway, this professional development certificate program builds on the foundations of public participation training and best practices from around the globe to provide participants with approximately 30 hours of effective training in public participation and engagement. 

      IAP2 Canada's Certificate in Public Participation (P2) for introductory (Level 1) participants consists of 3 core courses, hosted by IAP2 Canada:

      Note: Members must be logged in to access member pricing

      Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (2 sessions)

      • 03 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
      • 04 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
         

        Designing Public Participation & Engagement (4 sessions)

        • 09 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 10 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 11 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 12 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)

              
        Applying Methods (4 sessions)

        • 23 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 24 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 25 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
        • 26 September 2024, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)

        Upon successful completion of the Certificate in Public Participation, participants receive a "Certificate of Completion" to acknowledge their accomplishment and verify their training hours.

        Cancellation and Refund Policy

        Learn more about the IAP2 Canada's Certificate in Public Participation

        • 09 Sep 2024
        • 10 Sep 2024
        • 2 sessions
        • Zoom
        • 9
        Register

        Prérequis pour "Planifier la participation et la mobilisation publique", et pour "Appliquer les méthodes" (pour les praticiens de niveau 1) - Certificat de l'AIP2 Canada en participation publique. En Savoir plus.

        Ce cours met l'accent sur la compréhension et l'application des pratiques de participation publique (P2) significative et efficace. La formation explore les principes, les concepts et les meilleures pratiques, ainsi que la manière de concevoir et d'appliquer ces connaissances à votre travail de participation et de mobilisation du public.

        Politique d'annulation et de remboursement

        Objectifs du cours: 

        À la fin de ce cours, les participants seront en mesure de :
        • Définir la participation publique ainsi que les termes connexes et ce qui la rend unique.
        • Identifier ce qui rend la participation publique significative.
        • Réfléchir aux avantages, aux risques et aux mythes liés à la participation publique.
        • Identifier et discuter des cinq fondements de l'AIP2 dans leur application au travail de participation publique.
        • Identifier le rôle joué par les valeurs (sept valeurs essentielles) dans le travail de participation publique, ainsi que les attributs de leadership qui les serviront dans leur pratique.
        • Comprendre le Spectrum de la participation publique de l'AIP2 et la justification de l'intensification croissante en fonction de l'impact des décisions.
        • Réfléchir sur et appliquer des actions et des capacités de leadership éthiques aux situations de participation publique.
        • Appliquer le modèle de profil de participation publique et explorer la mobilisation dirigée par l'organisation et dirigée par la communauté, ainsi que son impact sur le processus de participation.
        • Réfléchir sur et appliquer les principes de l'équité, de la diversité et de l'inclusion, et explorer le rôle du pouvoir et de l'influence, ainsi que leurs impacts sur l'approche de la participation publique.
        • Appliquer le Spectrum de l'AIP2 aux situations de participation publique.
        • Explorer le cadre de pratique (conception, planification, mise en œuvre, apprentissage) en tant qu'outil pour une planification et un processus efficaces, et évaluer la qualité du processus.

        Public cible : 

        • Nouveaux praticiens commençant leur parcours en participation publique.
        • Toute personne travaillant dans le domaine ou un domaine connexe qui souhaite comprendre et appliquer les fondements de la pratique significative et efficace de la participation publique.

        Modalité de cours :

        En ligne et hébergé par l'AIP2 Canada.

        Prérequis :

        Il n'y a pas de prérequis.


        Notre formateur:


        Hugo Mimee, CP3, Professionnel de la participation publique, a une solide expérience de près de 25 ans comme professionnel en participation citoyenne et consultation publique, mais aussi en relations avec les communautés et en animation et facilitation de rencontres. Il a obtenu en 2020 la certification professionnelle en participation publique (CP3). Hugo est formateur en participation publique, notamment dans des contextes difficiles et s’intéresse particulièrement à l’intégration sociale des projets dans leurs communautés d’accueil.

        Hugo amène les gens à collaborer dans différents types de projets (urbanisme, environnement, transport, aménagement du territoire, développement régional, énergie, sports et loisirs, culture) et a animé des centaines de rencontres publiques, ateliers, groupes de travail et comités autant pour Hydro-Québec qu’avec son entreprise individuelle Table ronde Participation publique.

        Hugo est également chargé de cours à l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) à la maîtrise en gestion de projets, administrateur sur le conseil d’administration de Connexion nature et membre de l’Ordre des urbanistes du Québec.

        Hugo aide les gens à mieux communiquer, à bien se comprendre et à trouver ensemble des solutions!

        • 09 Sep 2024
        • 12 Sep 2024
        • 4 sessions
        • 10
        Register
        Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. 

        Learn more

        Designing & Leading Engagement 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 public participation and engagement practice 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.

        Cancellation and Refund Policy

        Course Objectives: 

        By the end of this course, participants will be able to design an engagement process and plan for a real-world scenario, including:

        • Plan 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 players
        • Establish clear engagement purpose and objectives and success criteria/measures to suit the scenario
        • Identify relevant profiles of engagement
        • Conduct a detailed risk/opportunities analysis
        • Choose and sequence appropriate methods (in-person and digital) and identify communication tactics to suit the scenario
        • Identify key roles for senior leaders and decision makers
        • Explore principles and approaches for equity, diversity and inclusion and apply them to stakeholder analysis
        • Embed digital strategies, platforms, and methods as part of the plan and process
        • Develop an evaluation framework to suit the scenario
        • Identify key roles and resources needed to implement the P2/engagement plan
        • Develop and apply a suitable pitch to senior leaders that will secure commitment and resources for the P2/engagement plan
        • Identify the many different contexts of engagement including the elements present in more complex engagement scenarios

        Target Audience: 

        • Practitioners who are leading the planning and implementation of public participation and engagement practice processes
        • Participants who will be involved in the design and planning of public participation and engagement practice processes

        Course Delivery:

        Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

        Prerequisite:

        Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement is a prerequisite for this course. 

        Learn more

        Our Licensed Trainers:

        Tracey Ehl brings groups together to explore ideas, opportunities and issues.  She approaches public participation as a learning process, for everyone.  This is based on a belief that individual and collective learning hold great potential for positive, transformative change. 

        Tracey has over two decades of professional experience in facilitation, public and stakeholder engagement, environmental communications and environmental and strategic planning.  Tracey’s energetic and attentive style has assisted communities locally and internationally to develop supported, realistic solutions and achieve shared goals. Her project involvement has focused on complex projects in the areas of energy, sustainability, public water system management, municipal planning, transportation and public transit, waste management, wastewater infrastructure, and community development.  Within these projects, Tracey has designed, led and documented hundreds of events and processes to meet the unique needs of each client and the affected stakeholder groups, while managing controversy, outrage and budget limitations, multiple agendas and influences beyond the project.

        • 09 Sep 2024
        • 15 Nov 2024
        • 10 sessions
        • Online
        • 14
        Register

        Remise groupée et remise pour inscription anticipée disponible pour ce forfait !

        Basé sur le parcours d'apprentissage mondial reconnu internationalement par l'AIP2, ce programme de certificat de développement professionnel s'appuie sur les fondements de la formation à la participation publique et sur les meilleures pratiques du monde entier pour offrir aux participants environ 30 heures de formation efficace en participation publique.

        Le Certificat en participation publique (P2) de l'AIP2 Canada pour les participants débutants (niveau 1) se compose de 3 cours de base :

        Note: Les membres doivent être connectés pour accéder aux tarifs membres.

        Principes fondamentaux de la participation publique (2 sessions)

        • 09 septembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
        • 10 septembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
           

          Planifier la participation et la mobilisation publique (4 sessions)

          • 01 octobre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 02 octobre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 03 octobre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 04 octobre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 12 novembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 13 novembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 14 novembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          • 15 novembre 2024, 12 h 30 - 15 h 30 (HE)
          À la réussite du Certificat en participation publique, les participants reçoivent un "Certificat de réalisation" pour reconnaître leur réussite et attester de leurs heures de formation.


          Politique d'annulation et de remboursement

          Pour en savoir plus sur le Certificat en Participation Publique de l'IAP2 Canada

          • 09 Sep 2024
          • 12:30 PM
          • 10 Sep 2024
          • 3:30 PM

          Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 1 practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation. 
          Learn more

          The focus of this course is on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation (P2). The training explores principles, concepts, and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

          Bundle Discount Available!

          Register Now!


          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

          • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
          • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful 
          • Reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to public participation and engagement
          • Identify and discuss IAP2 five core foundations in their application to public participation and engagement work 
          • Identify the role that values (seven core values) play in public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice 
          • Understand the IAP2 Spectrum of public Participation and rationale for the increasing intensity as decision impacts  
          • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to public participation and engagement situations 
          • Apply the Profiles of public participation and engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization-led and community-led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process 
          • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the role of power and influence and its impacts on the approach to public participation and engagement
          • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to public participation and engagement situations and practice 
          • Explore the Practice Framework (design, plan, implement, learn) as a tool for effective planning and process, and assess the quality of the process  

          Target Audience: 

          • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
          • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

          Course Delivery:

          This is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

          This is a six-hour, trainer-led Engage Delaney virtual course. Zoom and Google Suites (digital workbook used for exercises and provided at completion) are used, in addition to other applications, to make this a highly interactive and skills-based session. There are two, three-hour sessions over two consecutive days. Each daily session runs 9:30 – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time; 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

          Prerequisite:

          There is no prerequisite.

          Cost:

          $395.00 + applicable tax - Engage Delaney is offering a $100 bundle discount when you book the three IAP2 Certificate courses (Fundamentals of P2, Designing P2, and Applying Methods) with us. You can select the courses in a given 12-month period but must pay for all three courses at the same time.

          Register Now!


          Our Licensed Trainers:

          Kristi Merilees is an experienced public engagement and communications professional with over 20 years' experience working in municipal government and public sector environments.

          Kristi is a senior engagement, and communications director with Engage Delaney and has vast experience in detailed engagement planning, client relations and project leadership and facilitation. She has planned, implemented, and reported on over 45 comprehensive engagements using both in-person and virtual engagement techniques for various sectors including government, industry, healthcare, and transportation. Kristi is skilled at collaborating and engaging seldom heard voices to create shared understanding and brings experience in professional communications and a collaborative facilitation style. Key experience includes detailed engagement planning, virtual and in-person facilitation of focus groups, workshops and other engagements, training, client relations, logistics, research, report writing, and the development of communications plans and products.

          Learn more at http://www.rmdelaney.com/

          • 10 Sep 2024
          • 01 Oct 2024
          • 4 sessions
          • Zoom

          The focus of this course is on de-escalating and shifting conflict and high emotion to constructive participation, where forward momentum and resolution is possible. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the state of conflict, and work with practical, tangible approaches to de-escalate and transform challenges. Over the course, we will cover tools, strategies and ways of working to resolve polarized and emotional challenges.

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          Course Objectives:

          • Assess the state of conflict and emotion in the P2/engagement process and identify how to address it to create productive and constructive approaches
          • Work with the stages of conflict escalation and apply the concepts of de-escalation
          • Apply a variety of strategies to transform the conflict in P2/engagement practice
          • Identify the impact of high emotion and apply a range of approaches to de-escalate P2/engagement challenges
          • Identify how to reduce conflict in situations of misinformation and duelling facts
          • Apply the principles of story-telling to connect people to each other, increase understanding and reduce conflict
          • Learn from mistakes and understand the role of failure in P2/engagement processes
          • Identify and apply how to model integrity and behaviours that de-escalate conflict
          • Apply the strategies

          Target Audience:

          • Intermediate level practitioners who are leading and managing P2/engagement processes with challenges, scope and scale
          • Intermediate to advanced practitioners looking for tools and strategies to apply to a polarized, charged P2/engagement environment
          • Practitioners with experience in P2/engagement processes where is conflict and/or high emotion

          Course Delivery:

          This is an IAP2 Canada training course delivered externally by IAP2 licensed trainers.

          Prerequisite:

          Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement, the IAP2 Ways in Challenging Contexts, or any course from the previous foundations' program.

          Cost:

          $999.00 + applicable tax 

          Register Now!


          Licensed Trainers:

          Steph Roy McCallum 

          is a facilitator, coach, trainer and leader of the most difficult conversations of our lives, and the Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project. She is author of the recently released book Leading Together: How Brave, Honest Conversations Can Transform Our Lives, Organizations and Communities (available November 17, 2022). With her heart on her sleeve and a deep breath for courage, she wades into the messy, important, beautiful conversations that can bring us together - or tear us apart. Her work in conflict transformation has taken her to 5 continents, leading brave, honest conversations to solve the challenges in our lives, organizations and communities – together. Steph is a trained Co-Active Leadership coach, a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified NeuroTransformational Coach. She is an IAP2 Trainer, course developer and co-lead of curriculum development for the new IAP2 Global Learning Pathway being launched in 2023. Steph believes that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our world, together.

          • 16 Sep 2024
          • 17 Sep 2024
          • 2 sessions
          • Online
          • 25

          The focus of this course is on the collection, analysis, use, and reporting back of input collected through P2/engagement, and evaluation of, and reporting on, success of P2/engagement processes.

          Cancellation and Refund Policy


          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course participants will be able to:

          • Identify considerations for ensuring the integrity of managing and analysing P2/engagement data
          • Explain qualitative and quantitative approaches to data analysis
          • Analyse qualitative data to theme and interpret meaning
          • Define the purpose for evaluation P2/engagement
          • Describe the approach to evaluating P2/engagement
          • Explain what to consider and include in effectively reporting back on P2/engagement
          • Reflect on potential challenges and strategies to upholding integrity throughout data management, data analysis, evaluation and reporting back 

          Target Audience: 

          • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

          Course Delivery:

          Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

          Prerequisite:

          Completion of either the Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement, the IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts, or the previous Foundations program is required to enroll in this course.

          Learn more

          Our Licensed Trainer:

          Tannis Topolnisky, CP3 over 20 years of public engagement experience and has been a licensed trainer of the IAP2 Foundations and IAP2 for Decision Makers courses since 2011. She has worked in a variety of areas such as legislation, policy and program development, health, contaminated sites, heritage conservation, municipal budgeting, land use planning, affordable housing, education and more. Tannis has diverse experience engaging communities, interest groups, non-government organizations, professional and industry associations, academics, patient groups and Indigenous peoples. She often finds herself planning and facilitating projects where there are potential impacts to health, livelihood, relationships, community and quality of life.
          • 16 Sep 2024
          • 12:30 PM
          • 17 Sep 2024
          • 3:30 PM

          Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 1 practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation. 
          Learn more

          The focus of this course is on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation (P2). The training explores principles, concepts, and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

          Bundle Discount Available!

          Register Now!


          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

          • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
          • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful 
          • Reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to public participation and engagement
          • Identify and discuss IAP2 five core foundations in their application to public participation and engagement work 
          • Identify the role that values (seven core values) play in public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice 
          • Understand the IAP2 Spectrum of public Participation and rationale for the increasing intensity as decision impacts  
          • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to public participation and engagement situations 
          • Apply the Profiles of public participation and engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization-led and community-led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process 
          • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the role of power and influence and its impacts on the approach to public participation and engagement
          • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to public participation and engagement situations and practice 
          • Explore the Practice Framework (design, plan, implement, learn) as a tool for effective planning and process, and assess the quality of the process  

          Target Audience: 

          • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
          • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

          Course Delivery:

          This is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

          This is a six-hour, trainer-led Engage Delaney virtual course. Zoom and Google Suites (digital workbook used for exercises and provided at completion) are used, in addition to other applications, to make this a highly interactive and skills-based session. There are two, three-hour sessions over two consecutive days. Each daily session runs 9:30 – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time; 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

          Prerequisite:

          There is no prerequisite.

          Cost:

          $395.00 + applicable tax - Engage Delaney is offering a $100 bundle discount when you book the three IAP2 Certificate courses (Fundamentals of P2, Designing P2, and Applying Methods) with us. You can select the courses in a given 12-month period but must pay for all three courses at the same time.

          Register Now!


          Our Licensed Trainers:

          Kristi Merilees is an experienced public engagement and communications professional with over 20 years' experience working in municipal government and public sector environments.

          Kristi is a senior engagement, and communications director with Engage Delaney and has vast experience in detailed engagement planning, client relations and project leadership and facilitation. She has planned, implemented, and reported on over 45 comprehensive engagements using both in-person and virtual engagement techniques for various sectors including government, industry, healthcare, and transportation. Kristi is skilled at collaborating and engaging seldom heard voices to create shared understanding and brings experience in professional communications and a collaborative facilitation style. Key experience includes detailed engagement planning, virtual and in-person facilitation of focus groups, workshops and other engagements, training, client relations, logistics, research, report writing, and the development of communications plans and products.

          Learn more at http://www.rmdelaney.com/

          • 23 Sep 2024
          • 8:30 AM (PDT)
          • 27 Sep 2024
          • 4:00 PM (PDT)

          Based on IAP2's internationally recognized Global Learning Pathway, this professional development certificate program builds on the foundations of public participation training and best practices from around the globe to provide participants with approximately 30 hours of effective training in public participation and engagement.

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          IAP2 Canada's Certificate in Public Participation (P2) for introductory (Level 1) participants consists of 3 core courses:

          1. Fundamentals of Public Participation & Engagement (6 hours; Level 1) 

          This course focuses on understanding and applying the practices of meaningful and effective public participation. The training explores principles, concepts and best practices, and how to design and apply this knowledge to your public participation and engagement work.

          2. Designing Public Participation & Engagement (12 hours; Level 2) 

          In this module, practitioners have the opportunity to develop public participation and engagement practice 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.

          3. Applying Methods (12 hours; Level 2) 

          The focus of this course is on exploring a variety of methods used in implementing public participation and engagement. Participants will learn to select, assess and create effective elements of methods to work meaningfully with participants.

          Target Audience: 

          • New practitioners beginning their journey in engagement 
          • Anyone working in the field or a related field who wants to understand and apply the fundamentals of meaningful and effective public participation and engagement practice

          Course Delivery:

          This is an IAP2 Canada core training program delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer. It is delivered in person in Vancouver, BC by an IAP2 licensed trainer.

          Prerequisite:

          There is no prerequisite.

          Cost:

          $2150.00 + tax

          Register Now!


          Our Licensed Trainer:

          Jessica Delaney, CP3

          Jessica Delaney is a seasoned engagement and communications professional with 15 years of experience working with government, private and not-for-profit sectors.

          She provides clients with engagement, facilitation and strategic communications services in her strength sectors that include municipal government, sustainable housing, and healthcare. Jessica has planned, implemented and reported on over 100 comprehensive and inclusive engagements using a variety of in-person and online engagement techniques. Her approach to community, public, stakeholder and Indigenous engagement is to make it safe, inclusive, fun and practical.

          Learn more at http://www.rmdelaney.com/

          • 23 Sep 2024
          • 26 Sep 2024
          • 4 sessions
          • 10
          Register

          Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. Learn more

          Applying Methods is a Level 2 course that focuses on exploring a variety of methods used in implementing public participation and engagement and considers how to design and integrate those methods into the public participation and engagement practice process. Participants will learn to select, assess and create effective elements of methods to work meaningfully with participants.

          Cancellation and Refund Policy

          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

          • Identify a range of methods that can be used for various engagement purposes and processes, and strategies to select the most appropriate method/s for an engagement project/process
          • Research, design and test a face to face and/or online method using a range of tools and resources
          • Apply the four steps of designing a method to incorporate the eight key components of method design
          • Develop rational and experiential aims
          • Design an appropriate format
          • Design questions and process
          • Develop appropriate communications
          • Combine methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives and test for appropriate sequencing
          • Incorporate inclusivity and diversity principles
          • Identify data management needs, evaluation points and measures
          • Identify resources required
          • Explore a variety of both face to face and online methods/techniques that include a nested structure of different methods (e.g. deliberative processes, Appreciative Inquiry, Open Space Technology)
          • Analyze the specific engagement requirements for online and digital methods, identify and select appropriate platforms and tools to meet needs, and strategies to sequence these methods for delivery
          • Identify principles for monitoring online activity
          • Test the design by running elements of the method and submitting for peer review using a checklist
          • Apply methods to achieve engagement goals and objectives including using effective communication skills, and test for appropriate sequencing
          • Design key messages and know how to use communication tools that build trust and integrity, and meet the needs of diverse audiences

          Target Audience: 

          • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

          Course Delivery:

          Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

          Prerequisite:

          Fundamental of P2 and Engagement is the level 1 prerequisite for this course. 

          Learn more

          Our Licensed Trainers:

          Amelia Shaw is an award-winning consultation strategist, practitioner, professional facilitator and capacity builder. Over the past twenty-plus years Amelia has been successfully involved in the development of major policies, projects and plans from strategic design, to initiating and facilitating inclusive processes, and implementation. She has worked with governments, public organizations, nonprofits and private companies in multiple sectors including community development, education, governance, labour, land-use planning, transit and transportation. Her ultimate goal, with any P2 project/process, is to find an innovative approach that supports both community and organizational values and objectives and leads to helpful deliverables and a positive outcome. Her solutions have earned international recognition, including an IAP2 Core Values Award for Innovation.
          • 24 Sep 2024
          • 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
          • Online
          • 25
          Register

          P2 and Engagement for Allied Professionals looks at the perspective of those working in other professions who may be responsible for ensuring that P2/engagement is conducted, or who provide support or oversight to P2 and engagement processes. It explores the underpinning models and frameworks of public participation and engagement practice as defined by the IAP2 community, specifically in terms of what it is, who is involved, standards of practice, why it is important to be practiced ethically and effectively and the unique and critical role that allied professionals serve.

          Cancellation and Refund Policy

          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

          • Define P2 and engagement and related terms and what makes it unique
          • Identify what makes P2 and engagement meaningful and reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to P2 and engagement
          • Identify the role that values play in challenging P2 and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice.
          • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to challenging engagement situations
          • Apply the Profiles of Engagement model to P2 and engagement and explore organization led and community led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process
          • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to challenging P2 and engagement situations and practice
          • Explore the Practice Framework as a tool for effective planning and process
          • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the concept of inter-cultural engagement
          • Explore the role of power and influence in challenging engagement contexts and its impacts to our work.

          Target Audience: 

          Allied Professional are those in professions other than P2/engagement where P2/engagement is not their sole or primary responsibility and who may be:

          • Responsible for ensuring P2/engagement is conducted

          • Required to do P2/engagement based on organizational or legal requirements in order to complete their projects

          • Providing support to P2/engagement processes

          • Technical experts

          • Overseeing P2/engagement conducted by others (ex. staff, contractors)

          Examples include: engineers, land use planners, scientists, policy analysts and patient and family engagement practitioners

          This course is NOT for those who:

          • Plan, design or implement P2/engagement plans
          • Are leading or actively involved in P2/engagement

          Course Delivery:

          Online and hosted by IAP2 Canada.

          Prerequisite:

          There is no prerequisite.

          Learn more

          Kim 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.
          • 01 Oct 2024
          • 02 Oct 2024
          • 2 sessions
          • Zoom
          • 25
          Register

          This course gives public and community engagement professionals a fundamental level of understanding about the history and experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Participants will learn about the shared story of Indigenous and all Canadians and reflect on how that shared past affects our unique and shared experiences today, with a specific focus on decision-making structures and processes. Co-delivered by Indigenous and Settler trainers whose experiences as engagement professionals bring the content to life, this impactful course builds fundamental understanding through a lens of meaningful engagement and reconciliation.

          Cancellation and Refund Policy

          PLEASE NOTE: If you are a member of IAP2 Canada please log into the website (top right-hand corner) to register automatically at the member rate. International IAP2 members require a code to register. Please contact info@iap2canada.ca to obtain it.

          Learning Objectives

          Through this session, participants will:

          • Recall a historical overview of experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Canada
          • Reflect on the current interests of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the impact of government policies of assimilation, including the Indian residential school legacy, with a specific focus on decision-making structures and processes
          • Discuss complexities regarding the intersection between Indigenous Peoples and various types of development and decision-making in Canada
          • Discuss strategies for effective and meaningful engagement with Indigenous communities, including the roles of engagement professionals and settler-allies
          • Identify opportunities for continued learning and professional development in Indigenous engagement through IAP2 Canada
          View the course outline.


          Delivery Details

          • This online course will be offered in two segments: one, three hour session and one, two and a half hours session. 
          • October 1, 2024, 11:30 EST - 2:30 EST
          • October 2, 2024, 11:30 EST  - 2:00 EST

          Meet Your Trainers


          Steve FrancisSteve Francis, CP3 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, CP3 is the Owner of Forum Community Relations Inc., a Calgary based consulting company dedicated to catalyzing better communities through Indigenous relations and community engagement. In her 17+ years of experience as a community and Indigenous engagement professional, she has engaged with over 80 Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada on economic development, community engagement, reconciliation, 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.

          • 01 Oct 2024
          • 04 Oct 2024
          • 4 sessions
          • Zoom
          • 10
          Register

          "Principes fondamentaux de la participation publique (Niveau 1)" ou "Bonnes pratiques de l'AIP2 en contextes difficiles (Niveau 2)" est requis en tant que préalable à ce cours. En Savoir plus.

          Planifier la participation et la mobilisation publique est un cours de Niveau 2 qui familiarise les praticiens avec les phases de conception et de planification du cadre de pratique. Il leur offre l'opportunité de développer des plans de pratique de participation et de mobilisation du public, incluant la définition des contours, la cartographie communautaire, la détermination du but et des objectifs, des niveaux d'influence, le choix de méthodes appropriées, et la gestion des ressources, tout en tenant compte des besoins de divers publics.

          Politique d'annulation et de remboursement

          Objectifs du cours: 

          À la fin de ce cours, les participants seront capables de concevoir un processus de participation et de planifier pour un scénario du monde réel, notamment :

          • Planifier clairement la portée du travail, du problème ou de l'opportunité avec des éléments négociables et non négociables identifiés.
          • Effectuer une analyse détaillée des parties prenantes, une cartographie communautaire et une analyse d'équité.
          • Identifier les rôles appropriés et les niveaux d'influence des acteurs clés.
          • Établir un objectif de mobilisation clair et des objectifs, ainsi que des critères/mesures de succès adaptés au scénario.
          • Identifier des profils de mobilisation pertinents.
          • Effectuer une analyse détaillée des risques/opportunités.
          • Choisir et séquencer des méthodes appropriées (en personne et numériques) et identifier des tactiques de communication adaptées au scénario.
          • Identifier les rôles clés des leaders seniors et des décideurs.
          • Explorer les principes et les approches en matière d'équité, de diversité et d'inclusion et les appliquer à l'analyse des parties prenantes.
          • Intégrer des stratégies, plates-formes et méthodes numériques dans le plan et le processus.
          • Développer un cadre d'évaluation adapté au scénario.
          • Identifier les rôles clés et les ressources nécessaires pour mettre en œuvre le plan de participation et d'engagement du public.
          • Développer et appliquer une approche appropriée aux leaders seniors qui garantira leur engagement et leurs ressources pour le plan de participation et d'engagement du public.
          • Identifier les nombreux contextes de participation du public, y compris les éléments présents dans des scénarios de mobilisation de publique plus complexes.
          Public cible : 
          • Ce cours s'adresse aux praticiens qui dirigent la planification et la mise en œuvre des processus de participation et de pratique de l'engagement du public, ainsi qu'aux participants impliqués dans la conception et la planification de ces processus.

          Modalité de cours :

          En ligne et hébergé par l'AIP2 Canada.

          Prérequis :

          Principes fondamentaux de la participation publique (Niveau 1)" ou "Bonnes pratiques de l'AIP2 en contextes difficiles (Niveau 2). En Savoir plus.


          Notre formateur:


          Hugo Mimee, CP3, Professionnel de la participation publique, a une solide expérience de près de 25 ans comme professionnel en participation citoyenne et consultation publique, mais aussi en relations avec les communautés et en animation et facilitation de rencontres. Il a obtenu en 2020 la certification professionnelle en participation publique (CP3). Hugo est formateur en participation publique, notamment dans des contextes difficiles et s’intéresse particulièrement à l’intégration sociale des projets dans leurs communautés d’accueil.

          Hugo amène les gens à collaborer dans différents types de projets (urbanisme, environnement, transport, aménagement du territoire, développement régional, énergie, sports et loisirs, culture) et a animé des centaines de rencontres publiques, ateliers, groupes de travail et comités autant pour Hydro-Québec qu’avec son entreprise individuelle Table ronde Participation publique.

          Hugo est également chargé de cours à l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) à la maîtrise en gestion de projets, administrateur sur le conseil d’administration de Connexion nature et membre de l’Ordre des urbanistes du Québec.

          Hugo aide les gens à mieux communiquer, à bien se comprendre et à trouver ensemble des solutions!

          • 01 Oct 2024
          • 12:30 PM
          • 04 Oct 2024
          • 3:30 PM

          Either "Fundamentals of Public Participation and Engagement (Level 1 practitioners)" or "IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts (Level 2 practitioners)" is a prerequisite for this course. Learn more

          Designing & Leading Engagement 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 public participation and engagement practice 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.

          Bundle Discount Available!

          Register Now!


          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to design an engagement process and plan for a real-world scenario, including:

          • Plan 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 players
          • Establish clear engagement purpose and objectives and success criteria/measures to suit the scenario
          • Identify relevant profiles of engagement
          • Conduct a detailed risk/opportunities analysis
          • Choose and sequence appropriate methods (in-person and digital) and identify communication tactics to suit the scenario
          • Identify key roles for senior leaders and decision makers
          • Explore principles and approaches for equity, diversity and inclusion and apply them to stakeholder analysis
          • Embed digital strategies, platforms, and methods as part of the plan and process
          • Develop an evaluation framework to suit the scenario
          • Identify key roles and resources needed to implement the P2/engagement plan
          • Develop and apply a suitable pitch to senior leaders that will secure commitment and resources for the P2/engagement plan
          • Identify the many different contexts of engagement including the elements present in more complex engagement scenarios

          Target Audience: 

          • Practitioners who are leading the planning and implementation of public participation and engagement practice processes
          • Participants who will be involved in the design and planning of public participation and engagement practice processes

          Course Delivery:

          This is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

          This is a 12-hour, trainer-led Delaney Virtual Academy. Zoom and Google Suites (digital workbook provided at course end) are used, in addition to other applications, to make this a highly interactive and skills-based session. There are four, three-hour sessions over four consecutive days. Each daily session runs 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time; 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

          Prerequisite:

          Fundamentals of P2 and Engagement is a prerequisite for this course. 

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          Cost:

          $795.00 + applicable tax - Engage Delaney is offering a $100 bundle discount when you book the three IAP2 Certificate courses (Fundamentals of P2, Designing P2, and Applying Methods) with us. You can select the courses in a given 12-month period but must pay for all three courses at the same time.

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          Our Licensed Trainer:


          Jessica Delaney, CP3

          Jessica Delaney is a seasoned engagement and communications professional with 15 years of experience working with government, private and not-for-profit sectors.

          She provides clients with engagement, facilitation and strategic communications services in her strength sectors that include municipal government, sustainable housing, and healthcare. Jessica has planned, implemented and reported on over 100 comprehensive and inclusive engagements using a variety of in-person and online engagement techniques. Her approach to community, public, stakeholder and Indigenous engagement is to make it safe, inclusive, fun and practical.

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          • 07 Oct 2024

          Prerequisite for Designing P2 and Engagement and Applying Methods (for Level 2 Practitioners) - IAP2 Canada Certificate in Public Participation
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          The IAP2 Way in Challenging Contexts is Level 2 course that sets out the underpinning models and frameworks of public participation and engagement practice as defined by the IAP2 community. Specifically in terms of what it is, who is involved, standards of practice, and why it is important to be practiced ethically and effectively. Participants will explore these concepts and models in contexts that are challenging and will gain skills and knowledge to apply to their work. This course is suitable for practitioners who already have substantial experience in public participation and engagement practice work and are ready to be leading this work with others (2-5 years).

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          Course Objectives: 

          By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

          • Define public participation and engagement and related terms and describe its relationship with communication
          • Identify what makes public participation and engagement meaningful and reflect on the benefits, risks and myths related to P2/engagement
          • Identify the role that values play in challenging public participation and engagement work and the leadership attributes that will serve them as they practice.
          • Reflect on and apply ethical leadership actions and abilities to challenging engagement situations
          • Apply the Profiles of Engagement model to public participation and engagement and explore organization led and community led engagement and how that impacts the engagement process
          • Apply the IAP2 spectrum to challenging public participation and engagement situations and practice
          • Explore the Practice Framework as a tool for effective planning and process
          • Reflect on and apply the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion and explore the concept of inter-cultural engagement
          • Explore the role of power and influence in challenging engagement contexts and its impacts to our work.

          Target Audience: 

          • Practitioners with some public participation and engagement practice experience who are looking to cement their knowledge and skills

          Course Delivery:

          This course is delivered in person in Ottawa, ONThis is an IAP2 Canada core training course delivered externally by a IAP2 licensed trainer.

          Cost:

          $425.00 + applicable tax,

          Our Licensed Trainers:

          Amelia Shaw is an award-winning consultation strategist, practitioner, professional facilitator and capacity builder. Over the past twenty-plus years Amelia has been successfully involved in the development of major policies, projects and plans from strategic design, to initiating and facilitating inclusive processes, and implementation. She has worked with governments, public organizations, nonprofits and private companies in multiple sectors including community development, education, governance, labour, land-use planning, transit and transportation. Her ultimate goal, with any P2 project/process, is to find an innovative approach that supports both community and organizational values and objectives and leads to helpful deliverables and a positive outcome. Her solutions have earned international recognition, including an IAP2 Core Values Award for Innovation.


          Tannis Topolnisky, CP3 over 20 years of public engagement experience and has been a licensed trainer of the IAP2 Foundations and IAP2 for Decision Makers courses since 2011. She has worked in a variety of areas such as legislation, policy and program development, health, contaminated sites, heritage conservation, municipal budgeting, land use planning, affordable housing, education and more. Tannis has diverse experience engaging communities, interest groups, non-government organizations, professional and industry associations, academics, patient groups and Indigenous peoples. She often finds herself planning and facilitating projects where there are potential impacts to health, livelihood, relationships, community and quality of life.