As communication among staff, community and clients becomes increasingly important, managers need to draw on their skills of facilitation. This three day program will assist participants to develop the people skills and group process strategies to facilitate meetings and focus groups.

Overview

As communication among staff, community and clients becomes increasingly important, managers need to draw on their facilitation skills. This program will assist participants to develop the people skills and group process strategies to effectively facilitate meetings and focus groups.

Who Will Benefit

Facilitators, managers and change agents required to facilitate an outcome. Participants are required to attend this program prior to Facilitation Skills Stage Two.

Pre-requisite

Prior to attending Facilitation Skills Stage Two, participants are required to have attended the Facilitation Skills Stage One program.

Program Content

  • Fundamentals of facilitation
  • Self awareness
  • Effective communication
  • Communication styles
  • Taking a brief
  • Preparation and structure
  • Group processes.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:
  • Participate in facilitated sessions
  • Take a client brief
  • Choose and use a range of appropriate group process techniques to facilitate an effective outcome
  • Demonstrate effective communication when facilitating
  • Participate in facilitated peer review.
Program code 547
Duration 3 days
Time 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Dates
  • 23 - 25 July, 2018
  • 20 - 22 November, 2018
Location AIM WA Floreat
* Minimum numbers are required for program to proceed
Calculate your ROI

Estimate the potential returns from your investment in an AIM WA training program.

Go Calculate

Make a Booking

    Waitlist only
    Limited spaces
    Please contact AIM WA Client Services on (08) 9383 8000 for booking information.

    *Prices Include GST

    More Training Programs

    • The Mental Wealth Series

      This latest offering in the AIM WA/Lifeline WA Mental Wealth Series provides practical skills and knowledge for your frontline supervisors to respond appropriately to a staff member who is suffering a mental illness - in the best interest of both the employee and the organisation.

       
    • Managing Workplace Inquiries and Investigations

      The emergence of a need to conduct a workplace inquiry or investigation is often a time of great stress and great opportunity at the same time. The stress comes from the often highly charged emotional environment and the sense of loss by many of the people involved. This program offers a systematic approach to managing the process and highlights some of the pitfalls.

       
    • Understanding Bullying in the Workplace

      The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission reports that workplace bullying costs Australian employers between $6 - $36 billion dollars every year when hidden and lost opportunity costs are considered. In addition, the high personal costs to the individual being bullied are very significant. This program aims to highlight some strategies employers can use to identify problems and take appropriate action.

       
    • Introduction to Employment Law

      A thorough understanding of employment law is essential to both maintain compliance with the relevant legislation and to maintain high quality employment practices. Refresh and update your knowledge of the current laws during this two day program.

       
    • Foundations of HR

      The status and range of responsibilities of the human resource management function have increased substantially in recent years. The effective human resource specialist needs to be a skilled practitioner, counsellor, negotiator and adviser. This program will highlight the skills and knowledge which must be acquired by human resource professionals or staff with those responsibilities.

       
    • Hire and Keep the Right People

      The high cost of making the wrong selection decision makes this an important program for managers and human resource professionals. No organisation can afford to enter the recruitment cycle without trained staff who are aware of the necessary skills and knowledge to make a successful selection decision.

       
    • Performance Management

      This practical program covers how to set up a performance management system as well as practical aspects of preparing for and conducting the review, and giving constructive feedback. By the conclusion of this program participants will feel more confident in their ability to make the performance appraisal of their staff a transparent and fair experience.

       
    • Train the Trainer

      Thousands of learning and development professionals have experienced this highly regarded program. Participants receive comprehensive exposure to the diagnosis, design, delivery and evaluation aspects of effective training.

       
    • On-the-Job Training Techniques

      With more and more training happening on-the-job, supervisors and team leaders are required to have training and coaching skills. This program provides a quick introduction to the skills and techniques of an effective on-the-job trainer.

       
    • e-Learning - Creating Effective Programs

      Intended for the proficient learning professional who wants to step into the world of designing effective e-learning content, this program will provide participants with a highly interactive experience with lots of examples of good, and not so good, e-learning programs.

       
    • The HR Professional

      This program covers the areas of resource service, effective workplace relationships, workforce planning, the process of recruitment, selection and induction, remuneration and employee benefits. The proper management of these areas is essential for any organisation to effectively meet the requirements of both the organisation and its employees.

       
    • Coaching Skills - Stage One

      Coaching is well established as an essential element of the development of executives and leaders. The three days of intense development covers the models, learning theory and practical skills of the effective coach.

       
    • Coaching Skills - Stage Two

      Having established yourself as an effective coach, Coaching Skills - Stage Two takes your skills and expertise to the next, higher level. Advanced coaching skills development is combined with feedback from intensive post-program supervised coaching sessions.

       
    • Strategic Human Resource Management

      Taking a longer term perspective of the role of HRM in organisations builds credibility and can add real value to the organisation. However, this requires the HR professional to look way beyond the tactical, day-to-day activities and identify those pivotal factors that will truly impact the performance of the organisation.

       
    • Leading Professional Practice

      Learning professionals need to model the personal leadership and professional standards they demand of their trainees and clients. This program provides a framework for personal awareness, integrity and client contracting.

       
    • Facilitation Skills - Stage Two

      This program stretches highly competent facilitators to the next level by exposing them to advanced techniques, personal reflection and feedback to further develop their skills.

       
    Make an Enquiry