Greeley Facilitator Training

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Colorado Humanities is hosting a Facilitator Training on April 8 and 9 in Greeley for individuals interested in facilitating community conversations on the topics of race, ethnicity, dying and grief, war and veteran experience, and change in rural Colorado.

This free training prepares people to plan and facilitate conversations about vital issues and questions across differences, beliefs, and backgrounds. These conversations help build understanding and strengthen relationships within organizations and communities. Coloradans who complete the training will be certified to facilitate community conversations with our organization throughout the state and be paid for those services.

During the training you will:

  • learn about facilitation and reflective conversation methods
  • have an opportunity to practice new skills and techniques
  • reflect on and share your own beliefs and assumptions and listen to beliefs, backgrounds, and experiences different than your own
  • design and participate in reflective conversations and debriefs that analyze facilitation tools and choices.

You will leave feeling more confident and equipped to:

  • observe and respond to group dynamics
  • design and facilitate a conversation that allows people and groups to learn more deeply about themselves and each other
  • use our framework and tools at your workplace or in your community.

Please complete the application by March 27, 2024.

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