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    A team-based approach to creating thriving, resilient places

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    Event description

    This FREE interactive workshop for WA local government staff focuses on the what, why, how and who of creating thriving, resilient places.

    It will provide innovative, collaborative approaches for making it happen in various contexts, from regional towns through to suburbs and inner-city locations.

    Local government Directors, Managers, Coordinators and Officers are encouraged to attend, particularly those from:
    • Economic development
    • Place and placemaking
    • Community development
    • Technical services and engineering
    • Urban planning
    • Tourism
    • Events
    • Arts and culture

    When: Monday 20 May

    Time: 9.00am to 1.00pm

    Address: WALGA training room - ONE70, LV1, 170 Railway Parade, West Leederville

    Background

    In an Australian-first, Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) is sponsoring free online placemaking training to all local government staff and Elected Members in WA. 

    Placemaking is both a strategic approach and a practical process for creating positive changes, both within your organisation and in the community. The workshop complements and adds to the online courses available via Placemaking.Education. It builds on the existing work of some local governments and helps to scale these kinds of initiatives across the state.

    To receive instructions on how to access the training for free if you work for a local govt in WA, email hello@placemaking.education.


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