Training with a sense of humour
Engaging Communities (1 day) course
This course covers the use of a five-stage process to engage with the community.
It focuses on the use of Acorn, Matrix and National Statistics Output Areas to define the area and selecting local priorities.
It includes producing leaflets, writing media stories and managing the persistently unrealistic and vexatious.
If you have any questions, please call
me on 07759 538364, or email
Here are some comments taken from the feedback sheets.
"The trainer went at a pace everyone was comfortable with. Explained things if people
were not sure. Made it light hearted, interesting and enjoyable" - Fire Service Officer
"Plenty of humour. Liked the vexatious and repeat callers section" - Police Officer
"Practical common sense info. Presented with humour" - Community Safety Officer
"It was clear that the trainer had on the job experience I could relate to" - Housing Officer
"Engaging and kept our attention throughout. Easy ways to learn" - Community Officer
"Kept the attention of all. plenty of humour and relevant information" - Police Officer
"Gave me the opportunity to learn some new ideas about engagement" - Housing Officer
"Everyone engaged, good delivery and good handbook" - Community Safety Officer
"Informative and based in reality. This means I will be able to apply a variety of principles
to my current role. Good level of knowledge, both theoretical and operational. Good use
of humour to keep the day light" - Sergeant Neighbourhood Policing Team