SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SUPERVISION EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
A programme for facilitators with considerable experience who want to further develop their skills, insight and theoretical understanding and strengthen core facilitation competencies.
Who is the course for?
This is an advanced course for professionals who have undertaken some groupwork training.Your work may be as a team coach, psychologist, therapist, counsellor, psychotherapist, consultant, or human relations professional in other settings such as education, probation, health where you are regularly working with groups and teams.
You will have experience as a trainer, teacher, subject specialist and also some experience of ‘stepping away’ from those roles to more fully take up the facilitator role in which you use process skills and facilitation expertise to help create an environment so that the group or team is able to learn, grow, develop and reach their goals.
Why choose this course?
You will learn about the gestalt approach and other theoretical perspectives.
You will be looking for the opportunity to learn more about yourself and your work as a facilitator.
You will be willing to contribute, sharing work experiences with other experienced professionals.
You want to review, refine and experiment with your intervention skills and develop your presence as a facilitator.
What you will gain:
An increased ability to connect and respond flexibly to others.
Further conceptual understanding to support your work.
Greater personal awareness.
A wider range of interventions choices and skills to make them.
Structure and Approach
Each day will contain elements of skills practice, supervision / case study work and experiential learning. There will be some pre-course contact so that the programme can be developed with individual needs in mind.
Further information and booking contact: The Gestalt Centre London