Here’s the list of the CLD skills workshops we have planned for 2019. Venues and times are still to be confirmed but, in the meantime, save the dates!
Communities flourish when everyone works together. This workshop will help you to assess and develop your existing community relationships, and will share strategies for identifying new partners.
Gore – 14th March, co-hosted with Community Networking Trust
Blenheim – 15th May, co-hosted with Volunteering Marlborough
Wellington – 29th May, 9.30am – 4pm at Toitū Pōneke, Kilbirnie Park. Co-hosted with Wellington Community Trust. See the flyer here.
Whakatane – 25th June, co-hosted with Whakatane District Council
Hawkes Bay – 2nd July, co-hosted with Volunteering Hawkes Bay
Facilitating Community-led Change
Engaging all parts of the community and bringing together diverse people, voices, groups and sectors is challenging. This workshop will focus on useful approaches, processes and ideas for bringing and keeping groups and teams together, having conversations that really matter – and having FUN.
Taupo – 10th April, 9.30am – 4pm, Functions Room, AC Baths Event Centre.
Co-hosted with Taupo District Council, Bay Trust and Exult. See the flyer here.
Greymouth – 22nd July, co-hosted with Te Poutini Polytechnic
Nelson – 23rd July, co-hosted with Volunteer Nelson
Wairarapa – 6th August, co-hosted with REAP Wairarapa
Christchurch – 22nd October, co-hosted with Exult and a collaboration of other community groups
Leading in Communities
We need leadership from lots of different people, not just from a few exceptional people we call leaders. This workshop explores approaches and tools for thinking, acting and leading in complex situations, where leadership is possible for anyone committed to continuous learning on the job.
Tauranga – 27th June, co-host to be confirmed
Palmerston North – 3rd July, co-hosted with Palmerston North Community Services Council
Auckland – 21st August, co-hosted with ANCAD
Wellington – 10th September, co-hosted with Wellington Volunteer Centre
Invercargill – 19th September, co-hosted with Invercargill City Council