- Start: 25 February 2020
Dates: February 25-27, 2020 (3 full days)
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Please note that dates and locations are subject to change.
Description: Addressing environmental & socioeconomic impacts are critical components of the land use planning. This requires a meticulous approach to land use project planning, organization, communications with members, implementation and documentation. This 3-day training session focuses on the need to use and cost industry standard project management best practices into the project initiation (What triggers the project), project conception (relationship/role of projects to strategic objectives), definition, planning, implementation and close‐out phases. This workshop focuses on key communication strategies, tools and techniques for eliciting member support, how to and use internal and external partners and stakeholders to manage political, organizational and cultural challenges and looks at the relationship/influence of the organization on project success as well as the impact internal and external partners/stakeholders have on project scope, budgets and schedules.
Please note: Preference will be given to First Nation Land Managers that previously completed NALMA’s Land Use Planning (LUP) Toolkit Training and/or are developing their First Nation Community Land Use Plan.
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.
For more information about this training session, please contact Becky Wolfe at email@example.com