Advanced Facilitation in Cape Town, 21-24 September 2017
Advanced Creative Facilitation
When: September 21 to 24, 2017
Where: The Novalis Ubuntu Institute, Cape Town
“From the very first moment we stepped into the training room, we experienced what it was like to use our own creativity, which most of us never thought we had within us.” Nosipho Mabaso, Shine Centre Manager, South Africa
In Creative Facilitation 1 training participants learned models and techniques for bringing the arts into their work. In the Advanced Creative Facilitation training, you’ll take your group facilitation skills to a whole new level. You’ll learn methods to become a leader who can create deep transformative learning experiences that build creativity and social and emotional learning in a variety of settings including small and large groups and professional teams. This training is ideal for teachers, youth workers, artists, group leaders, facilitators and social entrepreneurs who work with youth and/or groups of all ages.
Join us and Learn:
- A step-by-step process for setting your program up for success
- Communication skills that create a safe and supportive environment
- Ways to increase social and emotional intelligence
- How to design and deliver effective lessons, workshops and meetings
- Strategies for engaging resistant group members
- A toolkit of activities to build confidence, creative expression and community connection in groups of all ages
- Essential design elements for transformative programs
- Personal presentation skills
Creative Facilitation 1 is a pre-requisite for Advanced Facilitation training. Take this unique opportunity to get your basic skills on Creative Facilitation 1 on Septemebr 9&10 and get your Advanced Facilitation Certificate with this advanced training.
Date: Thursday to Sunday, Septemeber 21-22-23-24, 2017
Time: 9am-5pm everyday days
Venue: The Novalis Ubuntu Institute, 39 Rosmead Ave., (between Ottery and Wetton Rd), Wynberg, 7800
Cost: R1600 full rate; R1200 freelancers. We aim to make trainings accessible to anyone who wishes to attend and we do not want financial considerations to deter you from registering. Please contact us if it is your case.
Price includes materials, Creative Facilitation Activities Manual, light lunch and refreshments.
All proceeds go to supporting PYE’s youth empowerment efforts around the world.
“Your energy, enthusiasm and knowledge are incredible. Not only that, but you were able to pass so much of that on to us during such a short time. Thank you!”
Shabier Begg, Earth Child Project, Cape Town
“I loved everything about the 2 days from the energy of the facilitators, the content of the teaching to the opportunity to be part of this amazing community of practice. I loved the opportunities created for me to express myself in terms of making my name tag, drawing my creative spirit, the story telling and poem writing – Super simple yet so powerful. Our Group work for the final item, is something that I will carry with me forever. I was again reminded of my privilege and was in awe of the courage and perseverance of other participants and was struck by how emotional this experience was for some participants. I also loved the expression of emotion through sculpting!”
Participant at Creative Facilitation 1, Cape Town February 2017
Silvia G. Webster is a Senior International Trainer with 8 years’ experience leading Creative Facilitation training with groups around the world. She is a certified yoga and mindfulness teacher, specialized in leading learning events that support people to rekindle their creative sparks. She is passionate about embodied learning and loves weaving practices such as yoga and conscious movement into the learning process.
Stephanie Turner is a lead facilitator, interdisciplinary artist, performer and creative community facilitator. She has been facilitating creative workshops for the past 10 years in schools, community centres, arts organisations, museums and galleries in and around London. She has worked with various different community groups, young mothers, young offenders, AIDs victims, homeless men, NEET’s, substance misusers, young people, elderly people, LGBT groups, ethnic minority groups, self-selecting groups, family groups, groups of young emerging artists.
Some activities will be lead by local facilitators that have been working PYE during the last few years and have been trained with our Creative Community Model.
** For more information or questions about registration please contact: anna @ pyeglobal.org
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