Pathways to Development #1

3/4/19: Find out what Humanitarian Engineering is all about!

Engineering forms a crucial role within our communities to help them with day-to day activities.

Titled "Community Engagement for Better Outcomes", this two-hour workshop will teach participants how to actively involve all stakeholders by using a human centered and participatory approach in the design process, to ensure that the outcomes best serve the community and their specific needs and values.

Facilitator Emily Ward has worked with multiple stakeholders across rural and urban contexts, most recently delivering educational projects that increase accessibility for Cambodians with disabilities.

Workshop content has been developed in conjunction with Red Dot Design Award Winner 2017 Andrew Drain, Lecturer in Product Design and Development at Massey University.

5:30pm: Registrations open and nibbles
6:15pm: Workshop starts
7:45pm: End of event and networking

Workshop counts towards 1.5 CPD hours.

This event is proudly supported by MAS. MAS was originally set up for doctors in 1921, and now deals exclusively with New Zealand's professionals and their families. Providing insurance, business and investment services designed to protect everything that’s important in your world. Check out what they do at

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