Historic Environment Staff Local Engagement Workshop

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English Heritage, the IHBC and ALGAO: England, along with the digital media agency sounddelivery ran training workshops in Birmingham and York for Historic Environment professionals to look at ways in which they could engage local communities in the work they do and to see what role social media can play in achieving that goal. These workshops form part of the 5 year strategy to assist local authorities to develop their Heritage Environment Records (HERs). This presentation supported the day.

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Historic Environment Staff Local Engagement Workshop

  1. 1. Local engagement: how do we do it?
  2. 2. • Local List • What type of• Historic Area community Appraisals engagement do• Neighbourhood you want or need? Plans
  3. 3. Levels of engagement• Informing: telling people about your project• Consulting: giving people choices• Active role: decision making and influencing• Supporting others to take the lead: empowering ownership
  4. 4. Creating a community buzz
  5. 5. Start small, even if you need to think big!
  6. 6. Community gatekeepers and focus groupsBuildrelationshipsShare yourideas andreceivefeedbackTestassumptions
  7. 7. Keeping things manageableChunkingBite-sizeopportunitiesStayingflexible
  8. 8. What do people want from taking part?
  9. 9. Never underestimate the power of tea and cake!
  10. 10. Keeping it relevant
  11. 11. Personal links, Challenges & Rewards
  12. 12. What do people want from you?
  13. 13. Developing Local Lists in Essex
  14. 14. Something tangible
  15. 15. Developing a common language
  16. 16. Measuring success
  17. 17. Over to you

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