Deepen and broaden your facilitation skills in an advanced workshop open only to graduates of Training for Social Action Trainers. Together we'll tackle some of training's biggest challenges -- including doing cross-cultural work, handling conflict and strong emotions, and modifying workshop designs on the fly -- and experiment with new solutions.
AS A PARTICIPANT, YOU WILL...
- Receive in-depth, personal coaching on your goals
- Prepare for cross-cultural work, including international training
- Use more practice time to experiment with new approaches in a supportive setting
- Learn about more training tools and how to use them effectively
- Meet trainers with a range of life experiences
The workshop begins with dinner and registration at 6 p.m.Tuesday and ends at approximately 6 p.m. Sunday evening. Please be advised that this workshop is an experiential package and that partial attendance is not allowed, this workshop will include evening sessions.
This workshop is open only to people who have taken our basic facilitators' workshop, Training for Social Action Trainers. You must take the TSAT before you take the advanced workshop.
This workshop costs $340 US-$680 US* sliding scale based on income. The fee includes nearly 40 hours of training, all meals from dinner the first evening to lunch the last day, housing (available upon request -- please make sure to tell us at least two weeks ahead of time), and handouts and other training materials.
* We've lowered the usual cost of the training to account for the Canadian dollar being weaker against the US dollar, since we expect most participants will be from Canada. For example, the fee for the lowest income bracket for the Advanced Training of Trainers used to be $400 US and for the 2009 Edmonton training is now $340 US. The reason we list the amount in US dollars is because if you pay via our online PayPal system you will be charged in US dollars and we wanted to be sure Canadians were clear on the exact amount they were being asked to pay.
If you'd like to translate any of these pay scales to other currencies, you can use the currency converter at this website:
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