About the Event
PATH Planning Rotorua
St. Chads, Corner of Fenton & Devon Streets, Rotorua
June 25, 2018
9am – 4pm
This one day workshop is designed and delivered to give participants a foundation in the framework and application of the PATH (Planning alternative Tomorrows with Hope) planning tool. This graphic planning method has been widely used and is acknowledged as a powerful planning process since the early 80s. You can learn more about PATH be watching the small clips found here http://www.imaginebetter.co.nz/what-we-offer/planning/path/
The workshop will cover
What is the good life?; Creating a vision; Process and Graphic facilitation: the PATH process & how to prepare and invite the right people. Participants can expect a ‘hands on’ day.
Who should attend?
The event is ideally suited to staff who are actively looking to develop their skills in the area of effective planning and are committed to assisting people to identify and achieve the good life. Participants would be interested in the topic and come prepared to learn. To make the most of this opportunity they will need to be supported to leave the workshop and apply their learning within one month.
$50.00 for disabled people / family members
$195 for paid professionals including IF / EIF staff
Tony McLean (B.Soc.Sci & Diploma Supported Employment) has worked with disabled people / their families, the formal service system and local communities for more than twenty years. He undertook his first PATH in 2001. Since that time he has used the PATH processes to support individuals and their families, community organisations and provider organisations create a desirable future and plot their steps to attainment. Tony has seen firsthand the transformational power that this process can achieve, in both individual and corporate settings.
Georgia Barnaby (B. Fine Arts) undertook her first graphic facilitation role in 2006. Utilising her natural artistic talent, Georgia has developed an impressive range and depth of graphic facilitation skill. Her work in this area, is equal to any on the international stage.
Georgia loves the unique opportunity PATH offers her to use her creative skills. She sees the graphic facilitation process as her way of contributing to making a real difference in the world of some of societies most devalued members. Through using her creative skills in a positive and proactive way Georgia has supported many individuals and their families to envisage and set forth on life transforming journeys.