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IAP2 Spring Training Schedule Released

IAP2 has realeased its Spring Training calendar with plenty of opportunities to learn public participation skills in trainings across North America and Australia. Courses include “Communications for Effective Public Participation,” “Techniques for Effective Public Participation,” and “Planning for Effective Public Participation. To see a full list of courses, dates and locations, click on the link below. Or visit IAP2’s website: www. iap2.org.

February 2006

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
February 1, Communications for Effective Public Participation

Alexandria, Virginia, USA
February 1, Communications for Effective Public Participation
February 2 – 3, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

Tempe, Arizona, USA

February 6, Communications for Effective Public Participation
February 7 – 8, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

East Lansing, Michigan, USA
February 23 – 24, Planning for Effective Public Participation

Madison, Wisconsin, USA
February 28 – March 1, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

March 2006

Anchorage, Alaska, USA
March 6 – 7, Planning for Effective Public Participation
March 8, Communications for Effective Public Participation
March 9 – 10, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
March 8 – 9, Planning for Effective Public Participation
March 28 – 29, Techniques for Effective Public Participation
March 30, Communications for Effective Public Participation

East Lansing, Michigan, USA
March 20, Communications for Effective Public Participation
March 21 – 22, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
March 28 – 29, Planning for Effective Public Participation
March 30 – 31, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

April 2006

Alexandria, Virginia, USA
April 3 – 4, Planning for Effective Public Participation
April 5, Communications for Effective Public Participation
April 6 – 7, Techniques for Effective Public Participation

Amy Lang
Amy Lang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia. She wrote her dissertation on British Columbia’s groundbreaking Citizens’ Assembly process, and is currently doing follow-up research on the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly.

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