Training of Facilitators

This is an exciting opportunity if you want to build in-house facilitation capacities on food and nutrition or leadership / management topics. Become more independent from consultants and make a leap forward in building capacities of your staff or within your partner network. The trainings will provide you with facilitation skills, as well as methods to plan and develop modules. The training connects you to the Civil Society Academy in order to become part of the cadre of facilitators of the Civil Society Academy.


Why Training of Facilitators and not – as we know it – Training of Trainers?
The term “facilitator”/“facilitation” is more appropriate to reflect the training approach that the Civil Society Academy promotes. Facilitators are first and foremost experts in facilitation ra-ther than subject matter specialists. This means that they support the strengthening of participants’ capacity and learning in a group of peers. Facilitators

(i) create spaces and processes that create a conducive learning and working atmosphere,

(ii) support active exchange among participants,

(iii) allow for extensive practical exercises and

(iv) promote the application of the learning and working results already learnt during the training.

In addition, facilitators who are subject matter specialists may also provide at times technical input(s) to complement participants own expertise.

Facilitating Trainings and Workshops for Food and
Nutrition Security Interventions

Training Objective:
Participants have significantly improved capacities to develop, facilitate and manage (a) workshops related to plan-ning and monitoring Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) interventions, as well as (b) short –term trainings on topics that are vital to FNS interventions. They are enabled to prepare and facilitate at least (a) one type of short-term training for FNS interventions, and (b) one type of workshop related to planning and monitoring.

Target Group:

  • Participants should have a professional role that is related to training or workshop facilitation and have at least basic capacities and an expressed interest to train others and facilitate workshops in the future.
  • Participants should have good capacities and experience in planning, implementing, monitoring & evaluate (M&E) nutrition security projects and/or programs.

Download the flyer from the previous course HERE.

The date and venue for the next course will be announced soon.

 

Facilitating short-term Trainings on Leadership and
Management of Civil Society Organizations

Training Objective:
Participants have improved facilitation capacities in regard to short-term trainings around leadership and management topics. Furthermore, they are able to facilitate or co-facilitate four 2-day trainings related to vital leadership and management topics that are currently in high demand.

Target Group:

  • Participants should have a professional role that is related to training or workshop facilitation and have at least basic capacities, the willingness as well as time engage as a facilitator in the coming years.
  • Participants should have good knowledge on management and leadership of civil society organizations.

Download the flyer from the previous course HERE.

The date and venue for the next course will be announced soon.

 

 

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