You are required to submit evidence of the following:
- Apply community-led development principles and understanding of group process to plan community processes/hui/meetings/workshops for a diverse range of groups, sectors and stakeholders.
- Apply an adaptive approach to facilitate processes/hui/meetings/workshops to support constructive group interaction, participation and outcomes in a diverse range of the community-led development contexts.
- Critically reflect on their facilitation practice in a diverse range of community- led development contexts in order to enhance future practice.
All work for this EduBit must be your own.
Evidence to be submitted for evaluation:
- Case study for one (1) facilitated process/hui/meeting/workshop.
- Reflections relating to the case study .
- Minimum of two (2) supporting documents providing evidence of facilitator’s process, outputs and/or outcomes.
- Minimum of one (1) attestation from a participant and one (1) attestation from a peer, mentor, supervisor or manager.
Notes: Your Case Study
This case study is for a Community-Led Development process you have facilitated and should cover all aspects of Tasks 1, 2 and 3 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:
- What you planned (Task 1).
- How you adapted your plan to facilitate the process effectively (Task 2).
- Reflections on your facilitation practice (Task 3).
Relevant examples of CLD facilitation for this EduBit may include:
- Facilitation (or co-facilitation) of hui/meetings/processes or workshops with any stakeholders (e.g. residents, community groups, local council, churches, schools, iwi, hapū and/or government departments working for community-led solutions around local issues and opportunities (e.g. a community event sharing local ideas about a better future).
- Contributing to the facilitation of a community-led initiative over time as an active resident, someone employed by a CLD initiative, a supporter/enabler of CLD from within your primary work role (e.g. in local or central government, a funding organisation, a business, iwi or hapū organisation, school or NGO), getting a community garden or kai sharing initiative started.
Aotearoa NZ Community-Led Development (CLD) principles
Effective Structured Group Processes
Tamarack Institute Learning Centre