Introduction To Facilitation


This workshop will help you gain practical tools and give you tips to improve the facilitation of your meetings, training sessions, and events. It will provide you with an introduction to facilitation, enabling participants to understand the role of the facilitator and practice a range of facilitation skills and techniques.

Learning outcomes:
• Understanding of the key principles of effective participation and consensus building
• Methods and barriers of successful facilitation
• Developing key communications skills
• Introduction to choosing appropriate engagement methods with a range of diverse communities

This will be a participative course, with a mixture of tuition and guidance together with practical exercises.

Event Details:
Date: 17th May 2018
Time: 10am - 1pm
Location: The Lodge 64 Pinner Road, Harrow, HA1 4HZ

Cost:
Free - Harrow Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise Sector
£30 - Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise Sector (Not based or working in Harrow)
£40 - Public & Private Sector

Sector Definitions: https://goo.gl/hM4hq2

Contact Details:
Call: 020 8861 5894
Email: contact@voluntaryactionharrow.org.uk

Accessibility:
Are parking spaces available for blue badge holders? Yes (1)
Is the venue wheelchair accessible? Yes
Is there an induction loop? No
Is there a lift? N/A

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    Terms & Conditions – Cancellation Procedure

    In all cases delegates may send another colleague in their place with no admin charge incurred – please email contact@voluntaryactionharrow.org.uk Free Entry - In the event of a no-show on the day an admin charge of £15 will apply. This will be waived if 48 hours’ notice is provided. Charged Entry – In the event of a no-show on the day you will be charged the cost of the session. This will be waived if 48 hours’ notice is provided.
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