The Sociable City Academy on Nighttime Management is a professional training for night managers and nighttime advisors. Presented with online seminars and onsite case studies and sessions to assist you build the foundation for a dedicated office on nighttime management with staff.
You will access RHI's online e-learning library to prepare you for the most productive experience as you and your team interact with other city teams.
Many of the night managers and advisory boards in North America have attended RHI's Sociable City Academy and Summit. The curriculum follows the "building blocks of a sociable city" process.
Throughout North America there are 30+ cities with a night office and/or night manager to build alliances and focus resources on planning, managing and policing an active nighttime social economy. Learn about how two individuals bring different backgrounds, and are based in two different sections of city government.
Bring your team for an immersive experience with case studies and tools to create an Action Plan.
The learning begins when you register! You’ll have access to RHI’s seminar series and e-learning curriculum to get you started on how to create a framework for a comprehensive sociable city plan.
Once you get on-site, you’ll get an action-packed day filled with case studies, facilitated discussion and interactive activities. You’ll also network with your peers statewide.
Learn more about RHI's Building Blocks and Core Measures of a Sociable City.
The changing dynamics of a city's social economy requires a balance between market forces and governance.
Planning, managing and policing a vibrant nighttime social economy requires a formal foundation with dedicated staff and influencers.
An Action Plan is built upon effective integration of planning, safety and vibrancy. Build your team to attend the Academy or Summit with representation from each.
"Big picture thinkers” who care about making their city’s nightlife safer, more vibrant and better planned should attend this event. City planners, elected officials, police, social venue operators, business district managers and aspiring (or current) night mayors should send a team from their city.