TFAC057 Fundamentals of Group Facilitation


Course Description

Working with groups takes more than just booking a time to get together and have a conversation. It takes an intentional, planned approach and effective facilitation skills and strategies to support groups through the work they need to do. Whether supporting a group to vision or plan, engage stakeholders or make decisions, a facilitator can be a crucial and effective presence. If you are interested in working with groups as a facilitator, or currently do this work and could use some extra skills and strategies to ground your practice more fully, this course will help you get there.


Course Outline

  • What group process facilitation is

  • Who group facilitators are

  • Skills necessary to work with groups

  • How to plan successful agendas

  • Choosing appropriate processes and activities


Learner Outcomes

  • Describe the role of a group facilitator, inside or outside of an organization

  • Describe skills of an effective group facilitator

  • Identify essential elements to a needs assessment process to plan for a group facilitation event

  • Indicate major considerations in designing group process agendas

  • Source processes and activities to include in group facilitation agendas


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