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Show us you know how to plan and facilitate community-led development processes, including hui/meetings/workshops for a diverse range of groups, sectors and stakeholders and critically reflect on your practice to enhance your own facilitation and CLD outcomes in local communities.
This is a self-directed learning process you can complete on your own. If you want to work alongside others completing this qualification, then we highly recommend you join a monthly online learning group, facilitated by Inspiring Communities. For more information: https://inspiringcommunities.org.nz/training/edubit-cld-training/Add to my account
You are required to submit evidence of the following:
To earn this EduBit, all work must be your own and you must submit evidence exactly as requested in the Task instructions.
When you've finished gathering your evidence, press Evaluate My Evidence. Trained and experienced assessors are standing by to evaluate your evidence and provide feedback on how you did for each task, as well as how you did Overall.
You will need to provide the following evidence for assessment in order to complete this EduBit. If you cannot provide all the information requested for tasks one or two, then explain why this is not relevant and include other information that is more relevant for your context.
This case study is for a Community-Led Development process you have facilitated and should cover all aspects of Tasks 1, 2, 3 and 4 as detailed in the section notes for each of these.
Your case study may be of a specific hui/meeting or workshop, or of a longer term process of facilitating a CLD initiative or activity (e.g. getting underway or sustaining a particular activity like a community dinner, local newsletter or multi-stakeholder collaboration). Choose a case study where you can provide relevant supporting written documents and find appropriate people able to give attestations as evidence of your CLD facilitation skills.
You will outline:
Relevant examples of CLD facilitation for this EduBit may include:
You can read through an exemplar submission here, which may help you understand what is expected.
This is a self-directed learning process you can complete on your own. If you want to work alongside others completing this qualification, then we highly recommend you join a monthly online learning group, facilitated by Inspiring Communities. For more informatio.:
Inspiring Communities offers an online community of practice group to offer professional advice and peer learning support for people completing this Edubit. Find out more here