Revitalization & Resilience Facilitator: Course Three

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After receiving a thorough grounding in the history, trends, principles and evolution of practice in the fields of revitalization and resilience, you’re now ready to be brought up to date on the state-of-the-art: how to achieve crisis recovery, inclusive economic growth and community resilience simultaneously.

This is accomplished by studying Storm Cunningham‘s third book, RECONOMICS: The Path to Resilient Prosperity. You can buy the paperback or e-book version, or—if you subscribe to REVITALIZATION—you can freely access the illustrated, teaching version here.

RECONOMICS: The Path to Resilient Prosperity was published in January of 2020. It documents, for the first time, a reliable, universal, locally-adaptable process for generating local revitalization and/or resilience. 

Those of you who are new to the field might find it shocking to discover that the hundreds of billions of dollars spent on revitalizing places in recent decades has lacked any real process, and usually in a strategic vacuum, as well. Any manager or farmer knows that a process is needed to reliably produce ANYTHING.

All places trying to renew themselves or recover from a crisis have at least one element of the RECONOMICS Process in place. Some have several elements, while a few have most. But almost none have all.

As a certified Revitalization & Resilience Facilitator, you’ll be able to help them quickly plug the gaps to greatly boost their success and ROI. With a deep understanding of the RECONOMICS Process, you will be able to help any revitalization or resilience effort be both more effective and more efficient.

You’ll also be able to help organizations—government, non-profit or for-profit—find their ideal place within that process, either to grow or to fulfill their mission. Lastly, you’ll be able to do the same for individuals—such as politicians, investors and entrepreneurs—helping them achieve success in a way that improves life for everyone.

The passing score for tests is 70%. You must complete Course One and Course Two before starting Course Three.

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