Asset-based Development I

Designation: INCD 5503

This course is an introduction to asset-based planning and design as a human and organizational capacity-building approach that seeks to locate, underscore, and emphasize, in a selective way, the life-giving forces and successes within an organization, group, or community. Level I will focus on different ways of dealing with life in communities and organizations, and explore the skills of community development facilitation for practitioners. Several tools used in asset-based planning and development will be carefully examined with a view to developing proficiency in both their theory and practice. Finally, each student will propose, design, and implement a practical project using the tools of asset-based development.

Recommended Prior Study

  • None

Instructor

Dr. Terry LeBlanc
Adjunct Faculty of Theology, Community Development, Intercultural Studies, Ethics, NAIITS

Available Online

Course Information
Current Schedule - Special Time - Winter Term 2019 Designation Instructor
INCD 5503 T2 Dr. Terry LeBlanc