Presented by Janice Carter
This workshop is designed planners with some experience, or less experienced planners currently tasked with policy writing for a Plan required under the RMA. The programme is not suitable for recent graduates.
The programme will begin with a brief overview of the purpose and respective roles of objectives, policies and rules in RMA Plans and then focus on the fundamental aspects of good policy writing. This will include how to express difficult concepts in policy writing, and what policy language is appropriate for a range of resource management issues.
A number of case studies will be used to examine good and bad practice. Time will also be set aside during the programme for planners to put forward particular policy writing issues and difficulties for group discussion. It is considered that the programme will be useful for planners requiring skills in mainly district and regional policy writing in an RMA context.
Particular case studies that will be covered during the workshop:
If you already have a login, enter your email address and password then click login.
First time users need to sign up, please provide your name, email & desired password then click submit.
If you are a NZPI Member & it's your first time logging in, please click here
Login: ___________________________________________ Sign Up: