Community and Neighborhood Revitalization Courses Being Offered in San Francisco
Widely recognized as the premier source for community development training, the NeighborWorks Training Institute offers a comprehensive range of courses and an unequaled opportunity to learn from experts and peers in the community development field. The next training institute is being held in San Francisco December 5-9.
The training institute's Community and Neighborhood Revitalization curriculum focuses on transforming communities that lack vitality and suffer from stagnant or declining property values into neighborhoods of choice for current and future residents and other neighborhood stakeholders.
Participants learn a comprehensive approach, including how to "read" a neighborhood, form partnerships that bring results, implement successful revitalization strategies, and measure the impacts of their work.
The faculty teaching this content area includes seasoned practitioners, university professors and consultants with hands-on experience working with communities and nonprofit organizations.
Courses being offered at the training institute in San Francisco include:
~Strategies and Implementation Techniques for Creating Neighborhoods of Choice through Revitalization, Part One
~ Strategies and Implementation Techniques for Creating Neighborhoods of Choice through Revitalization, Part Two
~Measuring the Impacts of Your Revitalization Strategy
~Reading a Neighborhood: What a Block Walk Can Tell You
~Developing an Unbeatable Revitalization Presentation
~The Changing Face of Community Development – Where it's Been, Where it's Going
~CLINIC: Break Through Your Marketing Challenges to Make Your Neighborhood Stand Out
~Enterprising Alternatives for Funding Your Revitalization Operations
Interested participants may also earn a NeighborWorks Professional Certificate in Community and Neighborhood Revitalization.
For more information about the course offerings at the NeighborWorks Training Institute in San Francisco or how you can earn a professional certificate in Community and Neighborhood Revitalization, visit http://nw.org/network/training/upcoming/communityRevialization.asp
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For more information contact:
NeighborWorks Training Institute
1325 G Street NW, Suite 800
Posted October 20, 2005