Age & Opportunity’s Group Facilitation Skills course leads to a Level 6 QQI component award in Group Work Theory and Practice (6N3669) under the National Framework of Qualifications (previously known as FETAC/QQI). The training is designed to support and strengthen the skills of people working with groups of all ages in a variety of settings: community programmes, formal and informal education settings. The aim of the programme is to equip you with the knowledge, skill and competence you need to plan, deliver and evaluate group work sessions.
Experienced facilitators Liz Harper and Ciaran McKinney will cover topics such as:
Course fee is €650. For more information, contact Fiona on 01 805 7798 or on firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Group Facilitation Skills course will take place on the Marino Campus, Dublin, over seven full days, in two-day blocks: the 28th/29th October, 11th/12th, 25th/26thNovember and a final session on the 10th December.
To apply please fill in the application form and return it to us by Monday, 13th October 2014.
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