The Facilitator’s Path
For new and established facilitators, lecturers and trainers who wish to deepen their understanding of the learning process and how to create an active learning environment. It is especially useful for those wanting to transfer their content/curriculum to the virtual environment. The Learning Community will explore types and styles of learning in the classroom, the andragogy of pedagogy for adult educators, the biology of empowerment and group dynamics in the lecture/workshop.
5 x 2.5-hour workshops
Introductory Offer £395
…lots of different types of activities (it didn’t get boring!), linking into lots of different fields, co-learning, discovering elements of self, and how to create a caring environment.
Sarah Rose –
The course is a rich blend of practical and intuitive approaches to facilitation, with lots of hands on interactive activities.
Wendy Smith –
Loved the breakout rooms and ability to lead sometimes and other times just participate. A great space to build relationships with the participants.
Lorraine Paimer –
Highly recommended for those wanting to develop their skills in online facilitation and different models of learning and to be part of a supportive co-creative community!
I enjoyed the theory on the course and the way it was interspersed with practical exercises.
A chance to see effective facilitation in action!
Jo Radley –
The space is so safe to learn and share experiences and I believe that is what makes it so rich, apart from the humongous experience of Siobhan Riordan as a facilitator.
Personal, friendly and hands on despite being online! Loved the weaving of tools and
research into a 5-week journey – like an experiment in real life.
A calm approach and gentle guidance when necessary from the facilitator.
Linda Winn –
I am always eager to read the learning materials, listen to the theoretical teaching and working in the small group exercises. I get to learn form other participants’ experiences and discussions. I love how practical and broad the learning is.