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Hands-on approach to facilitation skills

Due to the tremendous success of Volunteer Campbell River’s previous workshop series, they are now offering a new training opportunity in Facilitation – Beginner and Advanced.

The workshops are hands-on and designed for those who are interested in learning about facilitation and those who want to further their facilitation skills.

The material offered may be applied to any facilitated session whether it is a staff meeting, community based meeting, a brain-storming or planning session or workshop or meeting that you want to be meaningful and productive.

Beginner: This train the trainer session will help to build your confidence on training delivery.  You will build a facilitation foundation and effectively learn how to prepare and deliver training sessions that create measurable impact and promote change in the behaviour of your participants.

Advanced:  If you are a seasoned trainer/facilitator, who is looking to stimulate your facilitation style this workshop is for you.  Become an active participant in this workshop designed to maximize learner engagement and stimulate learning activity.  Discover your preferred facilitation style and learn how to adapt it to any learning environment.

The facilitator, Marjorie Driscoll is a locally recognized trainer and consultant for non-profit management, social enterprise, board development and fundraising.  She has more than 25 years experience.

Both sessions will be held on June 12; Beginner - 9 a.m. to noon; Advanced - 1 to 4 p.m.

Location:  Maritime Heritage Centre, Thulin Room, 621 Island Highway, Campbell River

Cost: $35 for Volunteer Campbell River member agencies, $50 for non-members.

Light snacks and refreshments included.

Book early to avoid disappointment as our workshops fill-up quickly!

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