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Educators, Facilitators, Trainer and ACCT Challenge Course Practitioners

Engage, Experience, Enquire

Introduction to Process Facilitation

TESTIMONIALS

Engaging and participative. Learn new skills and ideas. Networking to find out what people do in other schools.

Engaging activities is relevant examples and final on facilitation.

Highly interactive. All skills taught are ‘easily’ applied. Very safe environment.
Demonstrations / modelling of good facilitation skills.

Trainer Yen Kai was very engaging throughout the session. Role play was useful in allowing participants to apply learning on the spot.

Activities were well thought, authentic, and can be applied in real situations. They also make use of experiential learning so that we can learn. Very fun and relaxed environment for learning. Transition was smooth throughout too.

Important to remain neutral and decisions should be made by participants. Facilitator should not influence participants.

Facilitation skills and a lot of practice, practice, practice!

Facilitators need not be content expert, more importantly facilitators should remain neutral and promote healthy participation of all individual

Process Facilitation is the key facilitation technique and set of strategies that support facilitators in the following tasks:

  1. Conduct engaging meetings that are effective and efficient
  2. Support team members in Professional Learning Team, Learning Circle to generate ideas and converge those ideas into actions
  3. End Of The Year Strategic Planning Retreat
  4. Focus Group Discussion

This workshop is meant to be an introduction to Process Facilitation prior to furthering your aspiration as a process facilitator. Yet it is often sufficient for most basic process facilitation requirements. We have conducted this workshop for many organisations especially schools. This workshop is commonly used as the foundation skill workshop for teachers or facilitators for Professional Learning Community.


Should you be keen to pursue a title of Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF, IAF, USA),  at the end of the course, we would connect participants to IAF (International Association of Facilitator) Competency Framework as well as other upgrading courses available. 


For more information about IAF, please click www.iaf-world.org

Objectives:

  1. Different Type of Facilitations
  2. Defining Process Facilitation
  3. Differentiating between Content and Process
  4. Gaining and experiencing a range of process tools to ease facilitation
  5. Acquiring key facilitation skills

Workshop Design:

Our workshop is designed utilising the following methodologies:

  1. Experiential Learning Lesson structures to provide experience and hands on in facilitation.
  2. Competency Based Learning that engages teachers in the DOING more than the KNOWING.
  3. Active Learning strategies through process tools.