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Group Facilitation Training – Intermediate with Fay Lilian

October 05, 2018 at 2:18 PM

From Fay Lilian

WHANGAREI:  Thursday 22 November 2018

AUCKLAND:  Fri-Sat: 7-8 December 2018

Now offered in Whangarei as well as Auckland, this experiential training is highly suitable for people have already gained basic facilitation skills, through group experiences. 

It is for facilitators of therapeutic or psycho-educational groups, for tutors of adult education programmes or for any person interested in becoming an active leaderful participant of groups, who would like to extend their understanding of group life through knowledge of some key concepts and theory.  When we view any group as a whole entity with predictable impulses, the way we work as leaders is enhanced. 

Participants can expect to draw upon their own experiences as group members or facilitators to strengthen their ability to recognise group life phases, learning styles, group themes, common challenges and possible interventions that might be made.  Action methods will be used to enhance theoretical and experiential learning.

Click here to download the flyer for more information

Category: Training