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Upcoming webinars

Keep on engaging webinar: Tips for the Core Values Awards 2021

Are you preparing an entry for the IAP2 Australasia Core Values Awards this year? You won’t want to miss this webinar presented by last year’s judges Anne Pattillo, Clare Murrell and Leisa Prowse, along with winner Alicia Pickering from Melbourne WaterPlus Emanuela Savini from the IAP2A Research Working Group will step you through the Case Study Template which forms the new entry template for those entering Project of the Year. 

Aimed at members preparing submissions for the Core Values Award, topics will include: 

  • Overview of the submission and judging process 
  • The new Case Study Template 
  • Common pitfalls to avoid 
  • What makes a winning entry stand out 
  • What sort of evidence to include 
  • Tips and tricks from our past winners 

Details

When: Wednesday 17 March 2021
Time: 3:00pm AEDT
Cost: Free for members, $25 (incl. GST) for non-members
How: After registering you will receive an email the day prior to the webinar with the Meeting ID and password.*

Register before 3pm (AEDT), 16 March 2021 to secure your spot. Can’t make it on the day? No problems, registered attendees will receive a recording of the event.

If you are having trouble, logging in or registering for an event, check out our website FAQs for help.

*Please note: This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. Once you have been successfully registered you will receive a Meeting ID and password via an email, the day prior to the webinar. To ensure you receive this invitation please add no-reply@zoom.us to your trusted list of contacts.

When accessing the webinar, please use the email address you register with, along with the Meeting ID and password provided, either via the Zoom website OR if you already have a Zoom account, please log in to your account and enter the Meeting ID and password.

Keep on engaging webinar: Show What Matters™ 

Community engagement leaders struggle with how to: 

  • Involve people who are ‘hardly reached’.
  • Appeal to young people.
  • Engage authentically with people whose first language is not English.
  • Extend the conversation with people who weren’t ‘in the room’ but who are keen to contribute.
  • Overcome constraints of face-to-face engagement in a COVID world.

 Jacinta Cubis and Cindy Lenferna de la Motte, Head of Customer and Community at Harvest,are excited to share a process that helps people to share their lived experience through photography. We don’t just have to ask people what they think, but instead, ask them to share photos that show what they think. 

Join them in conversation on Friday, 19 March at 12:00pm AEDT about Show What Matters™. It uses phones, photos, and a digital platform to help organisations engage more broadly and deeply with their communities. 

Details

When: Friday, 19 March 2021
Time: 12:00pm AEDT
Cost: Free for members, $25 (incl. GST) for non-members
How: After registering you will receive an email the day prior to the webinar with the Meeting ID and password.*

Register before 3pm (AEDT), 18 March 2021 to secure your spot. Can’t make it on the day? No problems, registered attendees will receive a recording of the event.

If you are having trouble, logging in or registering for an event, check out our website FAQs for help.

*Please note: This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. Once you have been successfully registered you will receive a Meeting ID and password via an email, the day prior to the webinar. To ensure you receive this invitation please add no-reply@zoom.us to your trusted list of contacts.

When accessing the webinar, please use the email address you register with, along with the Meeting ID and password provided, either via the Zoom website OR if you already have a Zoom account, please log in to your account and enter the Meeting ID and password.

IAP2 International | 2020 IAP2 Canada and USA Core Values Award winners

Hear and learn from some of the IAP2 Canada and USA Core Values Awards winners.  Joining the webinar will be:

  • Josh Fullan of Maximum City, winners of the IAP2 Canada award for “Respect for Diversity, Inclusion and Culture” for the KidScore initiative. (A pilot project to develop an assessment tool to see how “child-friendly” a neighbourhood is.)
    Adrienne DeDona of JLA Public Involvement, winners of the USA award for “Respect for Diversity, Inclusion and Culture” for “Reconnecting past and future: Community engagement shapes redevelopment in Portland’s Historic Old Town Chinatown”
  • Natalie Geddes from the City of Winnipeg, winners of the “Indigenous Engagement” Award for “Welcoming Winnipeg”. (This project worked to reconcile the parallel and often competing histories of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in the Manitoba capital and environs.)
  • Fay Kramer and Keane Gruending of TransLink, winner of the Visual Engagement Award.

Read about the Canadian winners and watch their videos.

Read about the USA winners and watch their videos.

Details

Date: Wednesday, 10 March 2021
Time: 6:00am AEDT
Cost: IAP2 Members: Free; non-members: $50 (CAD + GST)

Please note: this webinar is hosted in North America, hence the early start time. Please register to receive a recording afterwards if you can’t attend the live webinar.

How to register

Members, please email info@iap2.org.au to register. Non-members, please register here.

IAP2 International | Trauma awareness and self-care taster

Sometimes people don’t recognise it when they’re going through trauma – and its extension, post-traumatic stress disorder. 2020 has been a breeding ground for trauma, and this taster – and the course – will be aimed at P2 practitioners.

Details

Date: Friday, 12 March 2021
Time: 4:30am AEDT
Cost: IAP2 Members: Free. Only available for IAP2 members.

Please note: this webinar is hosted in North America, hence the early start time. 

How to register

Members, please email info@iap2.org.au to register.