Students develop the skills, methods, processes and knowledge needed to become effective facilitators. We explore the roles and responsibilities of a facilitator as well as examine the basic steps of designing facilitations. We will learn, develop and practice verbal, nonverbal and recording techniques and skills. We will also explore and apply specific methods, tools, processes and intervention strategies to facilitate productive group participation. All students will design, implement and assess a facilitative process and create a personal development plant to improve their facilitator competency. This course requires a 2.5 day residency.
Prerequisite: Complete Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies Certificate MED-501, MED-502, MED-503, MED-504, MED-505
Not Offered This Semester