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Upcoming Webinar Series: Proposal Writing & Comprehensive Community Planning, Plan Implementation & Community Engagement

By July 4, 2024No Comments

BCALM will sponsor BCALM members only to register for the webinar series below.

Proposal Writing

Effective proposal writing can help Indigenous communities bring our plans to life by finding the resources needed to move your vision forward. It can be a daunting process, but there are some approaches that can help make it easier and more successful.

In this webinar you will learn where to find funding to support planning and implementation, share tips and tricks for proposal writing, and determine how community wealth can tie into the planning process.

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July 9, 1-3pm

July 10, 10am-12pm

Community Engagement

In this webinar, presenters Dana and Jessie draw on decades of experience designing and facilitating community engagement processes for First Nations and others. We will teach a holistic approach to community engagement, developing an engagement strategy, and share resources for learning more about communications, engagement and facilitation.

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July 17, 10am-12pm

July 18, 1-3pm

Plan Implementation

Moving from CCP planning to implementation can be a big challenge. Join planner Dana Moraes as she shares ways to keep your community-based plan and members at the centre of the work of community, building community capacity and Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP) implementation.

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July 24, 10am-12pm

July 25, 1-3pm

Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) 101

This webinar is a crash course in Indigenous Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) – a holistic, community-driven approach to long-term planning used by hundreds of First Nations across so-called-Canada.

In this webinar we will talk about how a CCP fits into the “Ecosystem of Indigenous Planning” – how it differs from a strategic plan, workplan, Official Community Plan and other types of plans. We will talk about the four phases of a CCP process and key do’s and don’ts, and we will share lots of resources and helpful tips.

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September 4, 1-3pm

September 5, 10am-12pm