About the Event
PATH Planning has been used around the world for over forty years as a reliable and effective method of assisting people to create their vision of a good life and then work out how to achieve this. PATH has been successfully used in a variety of environments including education, social services, direct service provision, community groups, faith communities and business.
This two day workshop will provide you with all of the fundamentals of PATH planning and equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to go home and use PATH with the people you support. It is a hands on workshop. Participants will learn all elements of PATH including how to get the right people into the room, process facilitation, graphic facilitation, managing group dynamics and how to ensure each session is positive, possible and inspires people to take action.
The workshop is being organised by Goldfields School in Paeroa as an in-house event for staff. There are limited places available for other interested parties. Registration will be essential.
To learn more about PATH, scroll to the bottom of the this link and view the small clips.
To register, please email Lynne Matheson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- 18 & 19 February March 2020
- 9am – 4:00pm
- Goldfields School
- $295.00 per person
Tony’s first experience of PATH was a half day training session through the Auckland University in 2001. Since that time he has facilitated over 100 PATH’s, delivered numerous PATH training workshops (like this one) and mentored ‘trainee’ facilitators.
He is totally sold on the value of the PATH methodology, on the power of conversation and graphics to communicate deep meaning and on the unifying and action outcomes that this process enables.
Tony is a skilled and experienced practitioner and trainer who enjoys being with others as their gifts unfold and are used to create a better world.
With a background in community, social work and social research, Jane has worked for many years with children and disabled people and their family’s. Janes professional scope includes NASC and community organisations i.e. CCS Disability Action and Community Housing.
For the past eight years (until early 2019) Jane worked with families in the longitudinal ‘Growing Up in New Zealand’ study with Auckland university.
Jane is creative and loves using her gifts in this area as tools to assist others. She has training in art and creativity and holds a strong belief that we are all creative. She loves the PATH process and is totally convinced of it’s value as a planning tool.
Jane lives in Tauranga and has two adult children who live in Australia.