Creative Facilitation Training Programs
For over 15 years PYE leaders have offered training and support to individuals and organizations around the world in our proven arts-based facilitation model – the Creative Community Model.
We offer a range of trainings for youth workers, educators, charity and business leaders in using creativity and arts in working with groups – youth and adults. For the latest dates and locations see our upcoming trainings section. Want to bring PYE’s creativity-based approach to your organization? We also offer customized trainings. Contact Gwyn Wansbrough at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Creative Facilitation Series: Creative Facilitation 1 & 2 – 2 days each
Skills and Strategies for using the arts to bring depth, relevance and effectiveness to youth programs. Creative Facilitation 1 focuses on ways to use the arts as a facilitation tool. Creative Facilitation 2 builds your basic skills as a facilitator. For youth workers, facilitators, teaching artists, educators, and the general public.
The Creative Classroom – 2 days
Creative tools and facilitation practices to develop community in the classroom, motivate students and enliven learning. For teachers, educators, and school staff.
Creative Leadership – 2 days
Creative skills for effective leadership and group facilitation to boost teamwork and innovation. For business leaders, trainers, and learning organizations. For a more complete description see Creative Leadership
Through Creative Facilitation trainings you will:
• Gain a toolbox of easy-to-lead creative facilitation tools
• Learn ways to develop vibrant learning communities
• Understand leading edge models of creative process and group dynamics
• Increase your confidence in your creativity
• Find new joy and energy in your work
Visit our Upcoming Trainings section for a list of the latest training dates
Heart of Facilitation – 16 days over 5 months
Advanced deeper-level training to prepare people to lead creative, transformative learning programs. Based on the premise that good facilitators are authentic, creative, responsible, and passionate; this training weaves personal growth with skill building in facilitation, youth development, and arts-based practices. For full information.