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PATH & MAP Graphic Facilitation Tools for Planning

Training provider


Contact: Ann-Marie Davis



Telephone: : 027 6060630

Training details


PATH & MAP Graphic Facilitation Tools for Planning

Training type

Disability awareness and service development

Approximate cost

$1500 per participant 3 day course that includes all work books, lunch and refreshments each day.

About the training

This three-day interactive learning experience will train your team to be competent and confident PATH and MAPS facilitators. PATH and MAPS are graphic facilitation tools for ‘big picture’, goal-oriented planning for individuals or groups. Our training teaches on, and aligns with, the Enabling Good Lives principles. The training will be customised to your organization's requirements. The three-day workshop includes:

  • Introduction to graphic facilitation techniques
  • Introduction to the philosophy of PATH and MAPS
  • Demonstration of PATH or MAPS
  • Practice of facilitation of PATH and MAPS (each participant will have an experience of being a PATHfinder or MAPmaker, a process facilitator and a graphic facilitator
  • Overview of other tools using graphic facilitation techniques
  • Review and debrief of learning.

Training location

Anywhere in New Zealand, on-site (at client premises), off-site (at the training provider or other premises)

Training duration

3 days

Entrance requirements

Training is only provided to community organisations.

Disability involvement


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