Short course Online and In-Person Facilitation 2022

This short course provides professionals with actionable knowledge and skills to conduct inclusive and creative in-person or online trainings, moderate discussions, and facilitate team projects, innovation workshops, taskforces, committees and meetings of all types.

Information

Period

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1 ECTS credits

Language

English

Format

Blended learning

Contact

Location

University of Geneva, Uni Mail and IATA Training Center, Geneva

Registration

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Modules can be followed individually

Fees:

  • CHF 1'300.- if all 3 modules booked
  • CHF 500.- per module

Objectives

  • Learn to plan, guide, and manage an offline and online group activity
  • Ensure an inclusive, safe, open, and creative collaborative environment
  • Learn from field experts best online and offline facilitation practices
  • Practice facilitation lessons learned through case studies and group work
  • Adapt facilitation techniques to online and offline contexts

Audience

The target audience will be English-speaking professionals from the Greater Geneva area. Although the target audience is primarily English-speaking, the session may be duplicated in French at a later date, as needed.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • plan, guide, and manage an offline and online group activity
  • choose the most relevant facilitation techniques and collective intelligence approaches to ensure a safe, inclusive and creative environment
  • assume leadership responsibility in managing a group activity and collective intelligence
  • communicate facilitation guidelines clearly and unambiguously to different stakeholder groups

Programme

  • Module 1 | Facilitation 101

  • Module 2 | Inclusive Collective Intelligence Facilitation

  • Module 3 | Online Facilitation

Location

University of Geneva

Fee

500 CHF

Speakers

Lizzie CRUDGINGTON, Bright Green Learning

Description

Facilitation 101

  • The Science behind Facilitation 
  • Core Facilitation Tools and Mindset: From Design to Delivery 

Planning

Presential | 6 hours of applied learning activities | 1 hour of reading prior to module

Location

University of Geneva

Fee

500 CHF

Speakers

Ravenna NUAIMY-BARKER, REOS Partners

Description

Inclusive Collective Intelligence Facilitation

  • Diversity and Inclusive Facilitation 
  • Collective intelligence Facilitation with Scenarios 

Planning

Presential | 6 hours of applied learning activities | 1 hour of reading prior to module

Location

Online

Fee

500 CHF

Speakers

Dr Donald GLOWINSKI, University of Geneva, Anne-Sophie ALLEGRE, WHO and Lizzie CRUDGINGTON, Bright Green Learning

Description

Online Facilitation 

  • Emotional skills and Online Behavior 
  • Online Learning facilitation 
  • Online Facilitation Methods and Best Practice 

Planning

Online | 6 hours of applied learning activities | 1 hour of reading prior to module

Pedagogical method

The training is based on applied learning principles. After a theoretical introduction, the training will be focused on experimentation. Participants will be invited to facilitate several collective intelligence sessions.

Admission criteria

CV (Résumé) and Scanned copy of passport

Number of participants

Number of participants: 10-15

Detailed fees

  • CHF 1'300.- if all 3 modules booked
  • CHF 500.- per module

Schedule

  • 10, 11, 17 June 2022
  • 9:00-10:30 – 11:00-12:30 / 13:30-15:00 – 15:30-17:00

Remarks

  • Attestation of participation for participants taking only 1 or 2 modules
  • Attestation of completion with 1 ECTS for participants who take the whole course and successfully pass the final evaluation.

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