Creative Facilitation Training Series (Seattle, WA, USA)

Spark potential in youth and adults by unleashing creativity! A powerful training series for anyone who leads groups: youth workers, teachers, facilitators, community and business leaders, artists, organizers, YOU. (No arts experience required.)

Creative Facilitation Training, Level 1 (CF1)
When: March 31-April 1, 2017, 9am to 5pm both days
Where: 2100 Building, 24th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98144
What you’ll learn in CF1Click here for details.

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Harness the incredible power of creativity to transform your programs, classroom, or workplace. In our Creative Facilitation Training series, you’ll gain potent but practical skills and strategies for unlocking potential and purpose in youth, or groups of adults. This is big!

Research shows that when you open the gates of creativity, you allow motivation, collaboration, and achievement to take flight. Learn to create an empowering space in which transformative learning experiences can take place. Equipped with arts-infused practices and principles of group dynamics, you can be the spark that ignites potential in those around you. PYE will show you how. Prepare to be amazed by what you can do.

Led by a Creative Learning Innovator

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Peggy Taylor, M Ed, Co-Founder and CEO, PYE Global: Peggy is a writer, musician, and creative development specialist who has designed and facilitated programs and conferences ranging from 10 to 3,000 participants. Over the past 20 years she has trained several thousand people to use arts empowerment practices as powerful facilitation tools that awaken creativity and potential. She is co-author of PYE’s book, Catch the Fire: An Art-full Guide to Unleashing the Creative Power of Youth, Adults, and Communities as well as Chop Wood, Carry Water: A Guide to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment in Everyday Life, which has sold over a quarter of a million copies worldwide.

Claudia Pineda, MSW, PYE trainer: Claudia is a Mexican American social worker dedicated to social justice. As a trainer with international experience, her focus is around creative facilitation, racial equity, and youth camps. She is a Lead Facilitator for the Young Women Empowered leadership program and works in the King County Family Intervention and Restorative Services program.

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

What People Say

“I have attended many training programs across the globe. This has been by far the best – not just in terms of learning alone but in the way it has transformed how I facilitate my own programs.”
Business Leadership Program, School of Inspired Leadership, India

“The activities that you taught us have become a key component of the daily community-building efforts of our program.”
Ashoka Youth Venture, Washington DC

“I was amazed by the wide range of skills that I gained from every single activity. It made me appreciate creativity-based tools in a whole new way.”
CF1 Training alumni, Seattle

“My team was absolutely blown away by the Creative Facilitation training – they want more!”
Harlequin Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa

“Being at the Creative Facilitation training will forever change the way I teach. Now I know how to engage my students.”
Teacher, Bangalore India

“The PYE Global training was highly effective in developing our young entrepreneurs’ leadership skills. As a result of the training this group has remained a cohesive, energized and engaged network that continues to thrive.”
The Duke of Edinburgh Award’s International Association, London, UK

Cost

PYE Global is a nonprofit and does not generate revenue through most of our trainings. Fees collected help offset the direct costs of the program you are registering for. Our goal is to make trainings accessible to anyone who wishes to attend and do not want financial considerations to deter anyone from registering. Please select the pay level that is most appropriate for you. If none of the choices fit your needs, please select “other” and contact helena@pyeglobal.org for further assistance.

$300 : Full rate
$225 : 75% Scholarship Rate
$150 : Americorps Rate
Other: Please contact helena@pyeglobal.org

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7 Responses to Creative Facilitation Training Series (Seattle, WA, USA)

  • Hi,

    I am interested in participating in this course (or others like it) – could you please confirm if it is being offered before the end of February, and if so, when and where? I am based in Vancouver, BC, but could also travel to Seattle.

    Thanks,
    Heather Reid

    • Hi Heather,
      We are looking at venues for this training at the moment so we can’t confirm dates but we hope this training will go ahead in Feb or March. Our Vancouver training for March 22-23 is now sold out but we have opened a waiting list if you would like to join that.
      Katie

  • Is there still space in the next two workshops part 1 and 2 in Seattle? I’m going to try and get a few of my peers to come with me. We are a portland company but I think the marketing group might really benefit from this workshop. Let me know. Thanks.

  • Hi- I have 3 questions: Is there still room in Creative Facilitation 1 & 2? Is the $300 cost for both? Do you offer credit or clock hours?
    ~Thank you, Laurel

    • Hello Laurel, I apologize for the delay in response! Thank you for your questions. There is room in both sessions at this point. We hope you can join us! Clock hours are available for an additional fee. The cost is $300 per two-day training, so it would be $600 for both. However, some scholarship funding is available. Please reach out if you have any further questions.

  • hi, i am interested in participating in a workshop. do you teach on Whidbey Island too? i am teaching Fridays and Saturdays in Sept. and Oct so unable to come to your Seattle trainings. I could come November 20/21 Fac. 2, but i don’t know if you require Fac 1 first. let me know thanks, heidi

    • Hello Heidi! I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We’d love for you to join us for CF2–you don’t have to take CF1 first! Let us know if we can help you further.

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