Facilitation 


Introduction to Facilitation  -- Register HERE

Friday, January 4, 2019 
This interactive, 8-hour training will help prepare you to design and facilitate successful meetings in natural resource and community development settings. We will:

     • explore the many applications of facilitation
     • introduce key principles and best practices
     • practice specific tools and methods to design and facilitate meetings, from small teams to large public meetings.

Cost: Regular Registration - $100, Student Registration - $85. Scholarships are available.  Lunch included.
Instructors: Tahnee Robertson, Larry Fisher, Julia Sittig


​Intermediate Facilitation -- Register HERE
Saturday, January 5, 2019 
This intermediate level, 8-hour training will deepen your facilitation knowledge and skills ​through: 
      • additional tools and techniques
      • complex scenarios
      • intensive opportunities for skills practice
Prerequisite: SDR Intro to Facilitation or equivalent training and facilitation experience.

Cost: Regular Registration - $100, Student Registration - $85. Scholarships are available.  Lunch included.

Instructors: Tahnee Robertson, Larry Fisher, Julia Sittig, Andi Rogers, Carrie Eberly


​Introduction + Intermediate Facilitation -- Register HERE​

Friday and Saturday, January 4-5, 2019 

Cost: Regular Registration - $175, Student Registration - $150. Scholarships are available.  Lunch included.

Instructors: Tahnee Robertson, Larry Fisher, Julia Sittig, Andi Rogers, Carrie Eberly


Location:  Both workshops at the University of Arizona in Tucson.





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Conflict and Collaboration in Community and Environmental Decision-Making


2019 Dates TBA

In this intensive, 3-4 day skill building training workshop, participants will learn how to analyze and understand the dynamics of conflict and collaboration in complex public policy settings. The workshop will help participants develop the conceptual understanding, the analytical tools, and the practical skills of:


  • Conflict or situation assessment
  • Convening and facilitation
  • Process design
  • Design and development of collaboratives and networks
  • Joint fact-finding
  • Applications of decision support tools
  • Regional visioning and a range of public engagement strategies


The learning approach includes the introduction of basic principles, lessons and tools, hands-on skill-building exercises, case scenarios and group problem-solving sessions, practitioner case clinics, and includes a one-day project field visit.


Instructors:

Larry Fisher, UA School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Tahnee Robertson, Southwest Decision Resources
Colleen Whitaker, Southwest Decision Resources
Andi Rogers, Southwest Decision Resources

Location: University of Arizona

For additional information: please contact Tahnee at tahnee@swdresources.com 

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