Planning and facilitation
Stepwise Heritage and Tourism can provide highly skilled facilitators for meetings, workshops and projects in land management, heritage management and Indigenous economic development. If necessary, we can appropriately introduce content knowledge and integrate planning and facilitation work as projects require.
Our facilitators are highly experienced in small and large group facilitation and participatory groupwork processes. Stepwise facilitators pride themselves in the quality of their own professional facilitation practice. Everyone involved in Stepwise is personally committed to a set of principles and ethics.
Stepwise facilitators can be contracted to assist with event planning, programming, small and large group planning/facilitation and event reporting.
The standard services offered by Stepwise include the following components:
- Event planning and preparation
- Process and content facilitation of the actual event to objectives determined by the client.
- Evaluation of the event from participant feedback and against objectives defined by the client
- Production of a facilitators report including event details, evaluation and facilitator observations
- Optional component of collation of participant generated content
For larger group sizes (more than 25 people)
Stepwise strongly recommends two facilitators are used to maximize the success
of the event.
Activities that Stepwise Heritage and Tourism associates have facilitated include:
- NT Parks Joint Management Forum 2008. Facilitation of gathering of traditional owners from 27 joint management Parks across the Northern Territory. Group size: 80. Facilitators: 2. Venue: bush camp.
- Indigenous Information Management Workshop, Cairns, 2008. Facilitation of national meeting of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people working on digital applications for Indigenous information management. Group size: 69. Facilitators: 2. Venue: Function centre.
- Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park, Cultural Heritage Workshop 2000. Facilitation of meeting of traditional owners, heritage specialists and Park managers to develop a Cultural Landscape Conservation Plan and Cultural Heritage Action Plan. Group size: 70. Facilitators: 2. Venue: Outdoors.