Visual Minuting for Engagement Events
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Building a Visual Vocabulary for Visual Minuting
This module enhances reflexive thinking and practice in learners and develops new skills designed to create 21st Century Public Servants, with sufficient engagement skills to drive and build social capital. The learning within this module will require you to draw on your learning from the programme and demonstrate how you would use your new knowledge to build social capital through community engagement.
Listening Skills for Visual Minuting
This is where the practical skills required to code data from an engagement event and make use of it as part of an ongoing engagement strategy will be taught. Our six step model will take you through the key stages of coding data through to the completion of a themed report
Organising and Synthesising Information in a Visual Minute
This module guides learners through a reflective process of looking in detail at their current engagement principles. The lesson within this module will help you to develop a shared understanding that becomes the basis for further learning. You will learn definitions of community engagement and understand how to match the method of your engagement to your purpose. You will also get an understanding of the key principles of building social capital.
Going Live – Visually Minuting a Meeting
World Cafes are often used at the start of an engagement process, but they comfortably sit at any stage. They have been used as a pre-curser to a Participatory Budgeting programme as it enables communities to share their experiences and insights in a relaxed, informal, yet fun atmosphere. This module will share the philosophy and development of World Cages, through to the key stages of planning and the roles that are required to make sure that your World Café is a big success