Facilitator development: Leading adult learning
05 February 2020, 9:30 am–4:00 pm
A new professional development opportunity for lead practitioners and facilitators of adult learning.
UCL Institute of EducationBedford WayLondonWC1H 0ALUnited Kingdom
The programme will help you to:
- explore what is known from research about effective facilitation.
- develop an understanding of adult learning and the role of the facilitator.
- practise a range of facilitation styles and techniques.
- offer an opportunity for self assessment and peer assessment against the UCL Institute of Education Facilitator Competency Framework.
Participants engage in two full days of face-to-face sessions, interspersed with focused study tasks. Sessions combine bursts of theory with practical activity. An essential feature of this programme is the use of the IOE Facilitator Competency Framework which enables participants to assess their own facilitation skills and seek constructive feedback. Sessions also provide participants with a variety of readings and information about evidence-based approaches to adult learning to enhance their understanding of effective facilitation.
- Session one
- explore definitions of facilitation and the role of the facilitator.
- develop an understanding of adult learning.
- explore and practice a range of facilitation styles and techniques.
- offer an opportunity for self assessment and peer assessment against the IOE Facilitator Competency Framework
- Session two
- explore strategies for dealing with difficult situations.
- develop an understanding of how coaching skills can enhance the facilitation of learning.
- practise planning a session based on the principles of adult learning.
- consider the merits and challenges of co-facilitation.
- offer an opportunity to review your self assessment against the IOE Facilitator Competency Framework
£450 per person.
We don't have a date for this course yet. Please contact London Centre for Leadership in Learning to register your interest