REGISTRATION: "Introduction to Dialogue Facilitation"
In this Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Interactive Open Online Course “Introduction to Dialogue Facilitation”, participants will learn the functions of dialogue and virtual exchange; identify key principles and components of facilitation; and learn basic skills and approaches to successfully facilitate online dialogues.

This 4-week course starts November 12, 2018 and consists of 4 modules. Under the Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange project, this training course is offered at no cost. All you need to participate is a computer and internet access. This course is not self-paced, and participants are expected to interact and meet weekly assignment deadlines alongside their peers. The estimated time commitment is 2-4 hours per week. All course material is in English. Please review the course outline before registering for this course to understand the learning outcomes and commitment:

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be eligible to continue their qualification and training with the Advanced Facilitation training and consequently become facilitators in one of the Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange programmes.

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