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Step II: Focused Knowledge for Integrated Planning Processes | SCUP Planning Institute
Step II practices an integrated planning process that results in a plan reflecting the collaboration of all functional areas of an institution.
Prerequisite: Step I
Planners who have become proficient in their main area of responsibility and need to learn the language and practices of other planning specialties to advance integrated planning on their campuses.
Prerequisite: Step I
Step II requires that participants do some reading and work prior to arriving at the workshop. Each participant will receive an email containing web link to the required materials and instructions prior to the workshop.
Step II is a two-day workshop, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Light breakfast is provided starting at 7:30 AM; lunch and break snacks will also be provided.
Cancelations: To receive a refund, cancelations must be received in writing by midnight (eastern) on the cancelation date specified on the registration form. There is a $50 processing fee per refunded person. No refunds will be granted after the cancelation date. No-shows are not eligible for a refund, and funds committed by purchase order must be paid in full by the first day of the event. Refunds will be issued within 30 days of received written notification.
The SCUP Walnut College case study is the basis for practicing an integrated planning process that results in a plan reflecting the collaboration of all functional areas at Walnut College. In the process of creating the plan, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the needs and issues confronting key functional areas on campus during a planning initiative. In particular, the intersection of academic, resource/budget, and facilities planning defines a nexus for learning specific planning tactics.
Each phase of an integrated planning process is accompanied by the application of core content to Walnut College. Throughout the workshop, the role of assessment in each planning phase is highlighted as the extension of the principles of evidence-based planning presented in Step I.
Participants leave Step II having…