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Experiential Learning (EL) Activity online?

Experiential Learning Facilitation Workshop

This workshop was formally known as Basic Facilitation Workshop. However many graduates of the workshop told us that the workshop is NOT Basic at all as it covers critical and valuable skills that even experienced facilitators are taking away great learning. For novice facilitators, it provides the necessary structure and framework to guide them in Experiential Learning Facilitation. Thus, we decided to rename our Basic Facilitation Workshop to Enhanced Facilitation Skill Workshop :)


ONLINE VERSION

Due to Covid 19 and the series of safety measures put in place, we may not be able to resume face-to-face training soon. The questions are "IS THIS THE END OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING?" or "CAN WE INNOVATE & CONDUCT EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN ONLINE PLATFORM?"


We chose NO to first question and YES to the second question. This belief allowed us to innovate and create activities in online platform. So ..... we converted Enhanced Facilitation Skill Workshop int 2 x 1-day online workshop at this point of time.


Experiential Learning Facilitation Part 1 

- focuses on building the key knowledge and skills required to conduct experiential learning activities online follow by debriefing. How do you make debriefing easy will be the main focus. The outcomes of the workshop are as follow:


  • 3 key points that make debriefing works
  • Creating of Peak Experience
  • Trigger, Self Awareness, Reaction, Response
  • 5 framing techniques
  • 5 key debriefing techniques that have lots of varieties
  • Differentiating between Observation & Judgement
  • Identifying sequence of questions

Experiential Learning Facilitation Part 2
- build on foundation skill established and required participants to demonstrate the application during the session. It focus on coaching and finding nuances on the skills gained in Part 1. The outcomes of the workshop are as follow:

  • Foundation of Sequencing
  • Nuances on knowledge and skills in Part 1
    • tweaking activity to create Peak Experience
    • specific point in matching framing to activity
    • applying different debriefing technique
    • questions in debrief

TESTIMONIALS

This course is extremely beneficial & eye opening. Allow me to go more in depth to understand the science of facilitation at least at the basic level.

Strongly encouraged – whether for novice or experienced facilitators.

You would benefit from the workshop and is strongly recommended to attend if you want to be an effective facilitator.

It's an engaging workshop which will trigger the thoughts of people and allow you to learn a structured way to debrief a group.

It opens your thought and paradigm of facilitation. It definitely worth more the price of the course

A great workshop for both skilled and novice facilitators alike. No matter where you are, there is something to learn.

This course is useful for beginner facilitators as well as experienced facilitators & programmers. The curse sets a good scaffold to develop & deliver

WHAT?

Facilitation is both an ART as well as a SCIENCE. The artist learns the SCIENCE of ART by learning the science first such as different types of brush, paint, canvas, color matching, etc. The ART portion is developed through repetition, practice and guidance. This workshop will provide you with the SCIENCE portion of facilitation and you will learn:

  • 3 key points that make debriefing works
  • Creating Peak Experience
  • 5 framing techniques
  • 5 key debriefing techniques that have lots of varieties
  • Differentiating between Observation & Judgement
  • Identifying sequence of questions

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Experiential Learning Debrief

SO WHAT?


This is our basic level of our experiential learning facilitation workshop. It builds the necessary foundation for more advanced facilitation skill workshops that explore deeper learning experiences as well as program design workshops


If you are looking at collecting more activities, we have other workshops that offer you a bag of activities. Debriefing is one of the hardest skills for a facilitator to "make easy" the learning process. This workshop is specifically designed to helps you in making debriefing a success.

Facilitation knowledge and skills

WHO?


Experienced Facilitators

  • To get more consistent results.
  • To understand why certain things work, and don't.
  • To have a structure in facilitating

Novice Facilitators

  • To improve your facilitation skills
  • To build up debriefing competency
  • To get a grip on facilitation

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