NCI Charrette Management and Facilitation™ Certificate Training
This 1.5-day advanced training will equip charrette managers with the
essential tools and techniques required to handle unique, fast paced,
and constantly changing, multiple-day charrettes.
2014 Upcoming Public TrainingsRegistration details will be posted as available.
Participants learnThe essentials of detailed day-to-day charrette management
The indispensable skills of public meeting planning and facilitation
Who should take this courseThis is an advanced course for directors and project managers who are charged with managing charrettes or who may hire a consultant to conduct a charrette. The training focuses on the nuts-and-bolts tools needed for managing a multiple-day charrette.
Course ContentThe purpose of this training is to teach the detailed tools and techniques for managing a multiple-day, NCI charrette event. The training tracks the roles, responsibilities and strategies of the charrette manager throughout a multiple-day charrette. Students are provided with a set of invaluable daily task lists for setting up and maintaining the charrette studio and managing the complicated charrette production process. Management exercises include studio floor plan and equipment organization, alternative project plan assessment and synthesis, and charrette resources management. A highlight of the course is the public meeting facilitation role-playing exercise in which students practice their skills at running a dicey public meeting.
PrerequisitePrior to attending NCI Charrette Management and Facilitation™, individuals must have attended the NCI Charrette System™ training (public or in-house).
Training AgendaExercises are performed by small groups (8 max.) using case studies
RegistrationThis 1.5-day, intensive training will be offered to the public several times per year. Register through the NCI website or partnering organizations. See the above calendar for upcoming trainings. This training is also available in-house at your location. Please contact us for details and availability.
|This course is accredited with the AIA for 9 continuing education hours (CEHs), the AICP for 9 certification maintenance (CM) credits, the ASLA for LA CES for 9 professional development hours (PDH), and the CNU for 9 CNU-A continuing education credits.||