The Facilitator accredited short course (Unit Standard 117871) is designed to address both classroom and online facilitation methodologies. This is great for facilitators who plan to use multiple delivery methods.
This short course can only be obtained through online learning.
The details for the online learning are as follows:
- Average time commitment is 2-3 hours per week.
- Groups start on the second Tuesday of each month.
- Registration closes seven days before the group start date.
- Preparation sessions are online (internet access and PC skills are essential).
For classroom training dates please contact [email protected] to see what is scheduled.)
What does the Facilitator short course cover?
Facilitation is complex process intended to impart knowledge and understanding. Good facilitators need to know how to read a target audience and plan their facilitation approach accordingly. They also need to design suitable activities and manage classroom dynamics.
Traditionally facilitation has taken place in a bricks and mortar classroom, but increasingly facilitators are required to conduct training online using a variety of methods and platforms.
This short course has been designed to address both classroom and online facilitation methodologies, thereby making it a good choice for facilitators who plan to use multiple methods of delivery to convey their message.
People credited with this unit standard are able to:
- Plan and prepare for facilitation;
- Facilitate learning – both in a classroom and online; and
- Evaluate the success of both the learning and facilitation intervention.
Who is facilitating the Facilitator short course?
The Chartall Business College facilitator course is facilitated by Kariena Shawe. Kariena has extensive facilitation experience – both in class and online, which makes the learning more engaging and immediately implementable.
Who is the Facilitator short course designed for?
Facilitators will typically have subject matter expertise in a particular subject area. Ideally, candidate facilitators should also have obtained the assessor unit standard (115753).
How is this short course delivered?
Chartall Business College offers this unit standards either as an online course or face-to-face (face –to-face for groups of 10 or more). (Contact [email protected] for face-to-face training dates and prices).
You must also have a PC or tablet with sufficient internet connectivity to download the online learning materials, view videos and engage in skype lectures.
Please see http://chartall.co.za/faqs-for-webinars/ for minimum computer specifications.
What certification will I obtain on successful completion of this short course?
Students will be awarded a Statement of Results from the ETDP SETA.
What are the entry requirements for this short course?
The credit calculation is based on the assumption that learners are already competent in the learning area in which they will provide training.
In addition, student facilitators should have some knowledge of the outcomes-based training and SETA environment.
Prospective students also need a good command of English (reading and writing) so that they can analyse and interpret the relevant outcomes (all of which are written in English).
Student facilitators must also have access to a group of learners so that they can demonstrate their facilitation skills practically for their assessor. They will also need the tools to record themselves conducting this facilitation exercise.
You should also be computer-literate, with access to Wifi and a PC.