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Leadership through Facilitation 101



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This new two-day workshop is an introduction to group facilitation and leadership. We can help you facilitate your groups for stronger achievement.


What does this course offer?

By the end of this course participants will: 

  • Know the responsibilities of a facilitator and steps of facilitation
  • ┬čIdentify your core competencies to lead group facilitation
  • Know how to facilitate successful group discussions and challenges
  • Guide groups to high levels of achievement
  • Improve your effectiveness and confidence as a group leader

Who is this course for?

  • women and men
  • professionals, students, consultants, trainers
  • new and experienced professionals and group leaders in administration, clerical, business, health care, social services, employment, youth, disabilities, corrections, human resources

When?

Please see training schedule for details on courses and dates.


Where?

Courses are offered in Scarborough and downtown Toronto. Please see training schedule for details on courses and locations.


Who do I contact?

Lea Rideout, Program Administrator
416.269.0091 x270
416.531.3907 (fax)
1.866.460.5595 (Toll free number) 
lifeskills@ywcatoronto.org


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Price: $250 CAD
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VISION

YWCA Toronto will be a leader in transforming the lives of marginalized and disadvantaged women and girls in Toronto.

MISSION

YWCA Toronto accomplishes this vision by being a strong advocate for women and girls, providing transformative services in the areas of employment support and training, housing options and shelters, leadership development programs for girls and key supports for women and children who have experienced violence.