On our Facilitation Skills course in Cardiff delegates will learn the role of the facilitator, how to set goals, guide discussions, manage timekeeping,
manage personal dynamics and provide feedback and monitoring of the session. They will also learn how to deal with difficult participants and to encourage
participation from all individuals. An element of this course is a practical activity so delegates will get an opportunity to take part in a facilitation
giving them the opportunity to implement the new skills delegates will have learned. Finally, delegates will learn how to monitoring and gain feedback
from delegates so that they can continually improve your performances.
A facilitator helps groups of people understand their common objectives, assists them to plan how to achieve these objectives and move through a process
together. A facilitation session can be used for a number of different reasons including:
Facilitation Skills - Course Content
Planning and preparation for facilitation
Design and development
Facilitation process tools
Dealing with difficult participants
Monitoring and feedback
Who is this course for?
Our Facilitation Skills training course in Cardiff is for those who have to conduct regular facilitation sessions. It will also be useful if those who hold regular meetings and wish
to make them more effective by using a new approach. If you work in part of a team it will also be beneficial for generating business ideas or making decisions using a logical approach.
Have a Question?
If you have any questions regarding our training courses then please feel free to call us on 01656 737349 from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4:30pm. Or complete the contact form.
If several people in your organisation need this Facilitation Skills course then an in-house programme is likely to be the most effective training option. Our in-house programmes are
simple to arrange and training can be run from your own premises or we will help you select a suitable venue offsite. With all our training courses there are no hidden costs.