Facilitator Mastery Training

Facilitator Mastery Training: Elevating Your Facilitation Skills in Three Days Day 1: Becoming the Master Facilitator Session 1: Setting the Stage – Introduction to the role of a facilitator in guiding participants through transformative experiences. – Understanding the importance of adaptability and quick learning in dynamic facilitation environments. – Exploring the different hats of a facilitator: pilot, shepherd, midwife, and magician. – Icebreaker activity to establish rapport and create a conducive learning environment. Session 2: Tool Mastery – Survey of facilitation tools, including icebreakers, energizers, brainstorming techniques, and decision-making frameworks. – Hands-on practice with various tools to understand their application in different contexts. – Discussion on selecting the right tool for the right situation and improvising when necessary. Session 3: Fun Activities for Engagement – Introduction to interactive and engaging activities to foster participation and collaboration among participants. – Role-playing exercises to demonstrate the effectiveness of fun activities in breaking down barriers and encouraging creativity. – Tips for designing and implementing fun activities tailored to the specific needs and preferences of participants. Day 2: Crafting Effective Structures and Models Session 4: Designing Facilitation Structures – Overview of different facilitation structures, such as linear, circular, and hybrid models. – Case studies and group discussions on designing effective structures that promote inclusivity and productivity. – Hands-on practice in developing custom facilitation structures based on participant goals and objectives. Session 5: Model Exploration – Introduction to popular facilitation models, including the ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional) model, World Café, and Open Space Technology. – Analysis of each model’s strengths, weaknesses, and suitability for different types of facilitation sessions. – Role-playing scenarios to simulate the application of facilitation models in real-world situations. Session 6: Theory into Practice – Integration of theoretical concepts with practical facilitation skills. – Case studies and group exercises to apply facilitation theories to address common challenges and obstacles. – Reflection on personal facilitation style and strategies for continuous improvement. Day 3: Mastering Content Material and Continuous Learning Session 7: Content Material Curation – Strategies for sourcing, organizing, and adapting content material to enhance facilitation effectiveness. – Tips for creating compelling presentations, handouts, and visual aids to support participant learning. – Discussion on ethical considerations when using third-party content and resources. Session 8: Learning from Peers – Peer learning and knowledge sharing session among facilitators. – Presentation of best practices, success stories, and lessons learned from facilitation experiences. – Networking opportunities and collaboration on future projects and initiatives. Session 9: Continuous Growth and Development – Importance of ongoing learning and professional development for facilitators. – Exploration of resources, including books, workshops, and online courses, to deepen facilitation skills. – Development of a personalized action plan for continued growth and mastery as a facilitator. Conclusion Session: – Recap of key learnings and insights from the three-day training module. – Commitment to applying newfound knowledge and skills to facilitate meaningful and impactful experiences for participants. – Encouragement to stay connected with the facilitator community for ongoing support and collaboration. By the end of this three-day training module, participants will continue and hone their skill as master facilitators equipped with the tools, techniques, and confidence to inspire and empower others in their learning journey.   Contact info: Andreas Patria Krisna info@idadventure.com +6281288220888