IAP2A virtual connections

Continue your professional development, share your knowledge, network with fellow engagement practitioners and gain tips and insights from others within the industry all from the comfort of your own home. IAP2 has released a range of virtual activities and resources to keep us all better connected.

IAP2 Training now available online

For the first time, IAP2A’s Engagement Essentials and Engagement Evaluation is available to study in our facilitated virtual classroom. Making IAP2 training it more accessible and more affordable than ever.

IAP2A Webinar Series: Keep on Engaging

Join us for our online Q&A-style conversations with practical information and tips to help navigate engagement practitioners through the current COVID-19 environment.

Your Virtual Place – Local Network Forum

What’s on your mind?

Your virtual place is your hub to connect with fellow engagement practitioners in the IAP2 network to share stories and insights in a social environment during your lunchtime.

Make sure you register to receive the meeting ID for this webinar.

BYO Lunch!

IAP2A Communities of Practice – Members only

Communities of Practice provide IAP2 members with a way to meet other practitioners, extend networks, learn from each other, and share ideas and issues.

Build your skills and knowledge in your industry, while supporting others. Groups can support professionals at all stages of development. The aim is to build groups for experienced practitioners and complement the work IAP2A is doing to form practice groups for new practitioners.

An important aspect is to provide a safe, confidential space for members to share issues they may be having and access a ‘brains trust’ to benefit from the experiences of others. Many engagement practitioners work alone or in small groups, so these groups provide valuable encouragement, support, development and a great sounding board.

#IAP2TV

Bringing you new videos regularly with wisdom, tips and food-for-thought from our ‘Giants’ in the industry, Core Values Awards winners and finalists and general interest pieces from the studio.

First up, we have episode 1 of our Tales with Giants series, “Wellbeing and the Engagement Practitioner” with Joel Levin.

We are also ‘in the studio’ with Rebecca Spencer, as she shares her thoughts on managing burnout as an engagement practitioner.

Conference Resources

Grab a cuppa, and catch up on the wealth of community and stakeholder engagement knowledge presented at our past conference events.

Topics include Practitioner Wellbeing, Indigenous and Cross-cultural Engagement, Youth Engagement, Online Engagement, Future Thinking, Building Trust, Community and Social Cohesion – and so much more.