How To Present A Facilitation Training Course
This Facilitation Training Course is an easy and fun course used in various training workshops, meetings, and activities. It is suited for groups of 12-15 people but can be applied to larger groups by forming smaller groups. It only needs about a day to present the content.
It is easy to present this course. Download the content you’ll need (slide deck, manual and guides). And then follow the course outline.
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Effective facilitators use their skills and experience to protect the facilitation process.
This facilitation training course begins by exploring an effective facilitation process. It then details various facilitation techniques. And shares the benefits of practical facilitation skills.
The course then discusses the main obstacles to effective facilitation skills. The benefits of practical facilitation skills. And the course closes by sharing an effective facilitation process.
Who Should Attend
This facilitator course will target the needs of line staff, team members, managers, and human resource professionals.
What Your Delegates Will Learn
At the end of this facilitation training course, your delegates will be able to:
- Identify the main obstacles to effective facilitation skills.
- Understand the facilitation process.
- Understand a range of facilitation techniques.
- Build an effective facilitation process.
- Explain the benefits of effective facilitation skills.
Facilitation Training Course Outline
These are the seven critical sections in this facilitator training course.
1. Facilitation training course
- Provide a definition of facilitation.
2. What is a facilitator?
- Explore setting agendas.
- Highlight capturing data.
- Discuss time management.
- Describe information seeking.
- Recognize the role of clarifying.
- Examine coordinating.
- Define summarizing.
- Examine relieving tension.
- Discuss how to become a more effective facilitator.
- Expople that the main role of a facilitator is to protect the process.
- Focus on the primary function of facilitation.
- Discuss the range of values that are needed by effective facilitators.
- The main facilitator styles available (directive, exploratory, delegating, participative, interpretive, evaluative).
4. The three stages of a facilitation process
- Stage 1: Define the purpose, outcomes, and products required from the process
- Stage 2: Design and define the actual process
- Stage 3: Implement the process and ensure the outcomes and products
5. Designing a facilitation process
- Dicsuss how to design a facilitation process.
- Highlight how this design relates to learners.
6. Seven facilitation techniques
- Detail tips, rules, and how to gain consensus.
- Identify self-check questions and the concept of intervention.
- Explore facilitation techniques (awareness technique, brainstorming, NGT technique, affinity diagram, fish bowl, multiple perspectives disk, the hanger technique).
7. The role of people
- Define listening to and capturing contributions.
- Explore collating knowledge.
- Discuss active participation in a facilitation process.
- Identify group dynamics skills and personality types.
- Detail dealing with conflict.
- Express the role of people in the process.
Facilitation Training Course Overvie
- 84 Customizable PowerPoint Slides.
- A 70-Page Instructor Manual.
- A 67-Page Training Manual.
- 17 Free Training Games.
- 17 Free Training Icebreakers.
- 12 Practical Training Guides.
- 2 Course Tests.
- A Reading List.
- A Course Advertorial.
- An Action Plan.
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Why We Created This Facilitation Skills Training Course
Facilitation skills are the knowledge and skills you use to make something more accessible or more possible.
These skills include:
- Time management.
- Setting goals.
- Dealing with conflict.
- Active listening skills.
- Clear communication.
The key reasons why a facilitator course is essential in the workplace are reflected in the following research.
- Harvard University estimates that companies spend more than $350 billion globally on training.
- However, Gartner found that 70% of employees report that they don’t have the skills needed to do their jobs.
- In addition, a 2020 survey highlighted that 64% of those surveyed reported the main thing that encouraged them to attend work meetings was it being facilitated properly.