Oakland, CA, Creative Facilitation 1, May 31-June 1
When: Sat & Sun May 31-June 1, 2014
Where: Oakland, CA, USA
Calling all Bay Area Change-Makers!
Working with groups is a creative challenge and the arts can be your ally! Join Partners for Youth Empowerment, international leaders in the field of creative facilitation, to learn powerful ways to use the arts to build strong teams, empower voice, encourage dialogue and increase impact with the groups you work with. This will be an opportunity to build and grow together across sectors. No arts experience required, artists welcome!
This is the first level training in a 2-part series and is complimented by Creative Facilitation 2 which is being held on November 1-2. While Creative Facilitation 1 introduces models and techniques for bringing the arts into your work, Creative Facilitation 2 is all about you as a facilitator.
Join us and Learn:
- A step by step process for setting your program up for success
- Easy-to-lead activities based on story telling, creating writing, visual arts, music, drama and movement
- Ways to create safe environments for creative exploration and deep learning
- Strategies to ignite your own creativity and find new joy and energy in your work
Who is it For?
This workshop is for anyone who works with groups of youth or adults as well as for people who simply want to enhance their own creativity: youth workers, educators, artists, trainers, facilitators, business leaders, and the general public.
“This training helped me discover a whole new world of possibilities in facilitation and group dynamics that I am excited to explore in my work” Manuel Maqueda Founder & Director, KUMU
Date: Saturday May 31 – Sunday June 1, 2014
Time: 10 a.m -6 p.m
Venue: United Roots, 2781 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA, 94612
Cost for Level 2: Full rate: $300, Freelance/non-profit: $250
Creative Facilitation Level 1 AND 2: Full Fee: $600 Freelance/Non-profit: $450
Alan Wong is an innovative trainer, educator, and artist who leads professional development and youth empowerment workshops throughout North America and beyond. He has been a lead facilitator for PYE Global since the organization was founded six years ago and served as Power of Hope’s Program Director and Program Manager for eight years. Alan is known for leading engaging and inspiring, hands-on trainings which provide participants with practical tools for re-imagining and revitalizing their work.
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What People Say About US
“The training has transformed the community building efforts with youth in our programs.”
Ashoka Youth Venture
“I feel that CF I & II have really been the catalyst for me: an experience of deeper engagement with life and those around me. Almost daily, I find myself engaging with any one of the countless practical tools the CF I & II have given me.” Robin E. Conolly, CF Alumni
“Creative Facilitation is a fun, engaging and reflective learning experience – it is the most useful professional development experience that I have ever had.” Michele Chai, Planned Parenthood
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