Facilitate!
    Major Media's "Facilitate!"©sm facilitation skills training workshop provides highly participative, criterion-based training, with intensive practice and feedback in key ASTD facilitator competencies.  It is designed to be used either as a stand-alone facilitation skills workshop for new or experienced facilitators, or as a "train-the-trainer" for content-specific courses. 

    "Facilitate!"©sm  participants work with your organization's course materials or topics to ensure maximum relevance and skill transfer.  The workshop can be further tailored to the needs of your organization and programs, depending on your needs.

    Target Audience

    Trainers, managers, team leaders, subject-matter experts, and team members who need to facilitate training sessions, meetings or focus groups.

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Program Length:

"Facilitate!"©sm consists of ten four-hour modules, which may be presented over a one to four week period. 

Competencies:

At the conclusion of the Facilitate!©sm facilitation skills training workshop,  participants demonstrate competency in: 

  • applying the principles of adult learning
  • managing group  dynamics
  • using basic and advanced questioning techniques 
  • providing verbal and nonverbal reinforcement
  • giving directions
  • giving effective feedback
  • providing continuity and structure
  • using visual aids.
For additional information on workshop competencies and objectives, please click here.

Instructional Strategies

Information is presented through facilitated group discussion and brief video behavioral models. Immediate practice and feedback help participants integrate new skills. Each participant spends approximately 70% of the workshop practicing his or her facilitation skills and providing feedback on the skill development of other participants. 

Three practice facilitation sessions are videotaped to further help participants analyze and improve their skills. Feedback methods include self evaluation, guided peer evaluation and instructor critiques; in many cases, a combination of these techniques are used. 

 For further information on Facilitate!©sm, please contact Major Media Learning Resources

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