Do you want to revolutionise the way you do training, while learning loads about yourself along the way? I might have just the thing for you!
Last year we brought Nico Amador and Erika Thorne from 'Training for Change' over to run 2 highly successful ‘Training For Trainers’ workshops. These attracted trainers, facilitators and campaigners from across the sector and from many different movements and really did help many of participants to revolutionise the way they do training. Here’s what one participant said:
“The facilitation of the course is gentle, probing, and creative; the learning is deep, collective and challenging; the facilitators are magicians. I've gained so many ideas for designing and facilitating workshops and for working collaboratively, and developed new language, and a world-shifting understanding around power and group dynamics.”
After this hugely successful visit, Nico and Erika will be returning to the UK in March 2017 to run another 4 day workshop, and this time I'll be joining their team too. The workshop is designed to help take your training skills to the next level, and help you improve the way training is done in your group, organisation or workplace. As well as that, because of the style of training, you might just learn a lot about yourself along the way. Here are some more things last year’s participants said about the course:
“ I'd recommend the course to anyone (and in fact, I do!). The course has quite literally changed my life: I don't just feel like a better, stronger, more skilled, and more aware facilitator, but a better, stronger, more skilled and more aware friend, colleague, human being. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.”
“It was an amazing experience! I learned so much about myself, especially how to to value myself. Above all I learnt how to create spaces where we can really push ourselves and those we train beyond our boundaries.”
‘Training For Change’, are a group based in the USA who for over 20 years have been training those working for social change. They have led hundreds of workshops and trained thousands of people all over the world. They use an approach called direct education which is all about empowering the group and creating learning spaces where it’s ok to take risks. You can find out loads more about that here.
Today the approach and methodology we use to run Campaign Bootcamp is based off this approach We aim to create a space where learning can happen whoever you are and whatever background you come from. We’re pretty confident it works and that our training is better because of it. We’ve been working with Turning The Tide to make this training happen and we’re all really excited to have the chance to bring these incredible trainers back to the UK.
So if this seems like your thing and you’re excited to revolutionise the way training happens in your group, organisation or workplace then read on for all the details and how you can apply.
Training for Social Action Trainers (TSAT) Friday 24th March - Monday 27th March
Friday 24th March (6pm - 9.30pm)
Saturday 25th March (9.30am - 9.30pm)
Sunday 26th March (9.30am - 5pm)
Monday 27th March (9.30am - 5pm)
Friends House, Euston, London, NW1 2BJ (This is a fully accessible venue)
The four day day 'Training for Social Action Trainers' is an intensive training designed for anyone wanting to take their skills to a new level and learn how training can be used more effectively. As a participant, you will gain greater awareness about yourself and your strengths as a facilitator; get a chance to take risks, experiment and refine skills in a safe and supportive environment; learn new tools that are easily adapted, principles of workshop design, skills for working with diversity and a better understanding of how to use experiential education methods effectively.
The cost of this workshop is completely covered by participant fees. To keep it affordable there is a sliding scale and a variety of scholarships available, however to ensure we can continue to run workshops like this please pay as much as you/your organisation can. There is a space on the application form to indicate which kind of place you are applying for.
Large Organisation - £1000 (if your organisation is paying for your place and has an income over £1,000,000)
Medium Organisation - £750 (if your organisation is paying for your place and has an income between £400,000 and £1,000,000)
Small organisation -£550 (If your organisation is paying for your place and has an income under £400,000)
Individual place - £550 (if your organisation is not paying for your place and you can afford to contribute at the higher rate)
Individual place - £250 (if your organisation is not paying for your place and you can afford to contribute something)
Scholarship place - £0 (if your organisation is not paying for your place and you are unwaged, unemployed, low income, or because of other responsibilities cannot afford to contribute)
The fees cover the training and all meals during training hours. The fees do not cover travel or accommodation which you will need to arrange yourself. The training will be held at Friends Meeting House, NW1 2BJ. This is in central London and is an accessible venue close to accessible train and tube stations.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Head on over and fill this form in by 9am on Monday 20th Feb
If you have any questions then you can get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will get to the right person.