Throughout this training participants will learn and demonstrate an understanding of adult learning principles and retention strategies to design and deliver instruction that maximizes learning transfer.

3 days, 08:30 AM CDT - 04:30 PM CDT

Live Virtual

Session information

Sessions

Session 1
08:30 CDT - 16:30 CDT
1 day
Live Virtual
Session 2
08:30 CDT - 16:30 CDT
1 day
Live Virtual
Presented by Jeffrey Prince
  • $350.00 excl.

3 days, 08:30 AM CDT - 04:30 PM CDT

Live Virtual

Session information

Sessions

Session 1
08:30 CDT - 16:30 CDT
1 day
Live Virtual
Session 2
08:30 CDT - 16:30 CDT
1 day
Live Virtual
Presented by Jeffrey Prince
  • $350.00 excl.

3 days, 09:30 AM CST - 05:30 PM CST

Live Virtual

Session information

Sessions

Session 1
09:30 CST - 17:30 CST
1 day
Live Virtual
Session 2
09:30 CST - 17:30 CST
1 day
Live Virtual
Presented by Jeffrey Prince
  • $350.00 excl.

Description

How to Deliver Inspiring Classes where Joy and Transformation Happen! 

Peer Group Facilitation is a dynamic workshop to help recovery and wellness facilitators bring their instructional delivery skills to an advanced level.  Participants in this engaging, dynamic, and learning-centered workshop will gain key adult-learning strategies to facilitate inspiring classes where learning and transformation really happen! Through ‘Teach-back” activities, participants will demonstrate, through assimilation, their new skills. The workshop will model the very principles and practices being taught.  Participants will highly value this fully engaging and hands-on professional development experience. 

NOTE:  If you are a resident of California, you may be eligible for grant scholarship to take this class.  If you would like to explore this, please stop this registration and contact:  HCAI.  If you are eligible, the California team will direct you to next steps.  If you are not eligible, we welcome your registration here and look forward to seeing you in class soon.

Format  

Virtual Instructor-led Training (VILT) Homework, Exercises and Grades in Canvas LMS. 

Learning Objectives  

  • Demonstrate adult learning principles and retention strategies to design and deliver instruction that maximizes learning transfer    

  • Explore ways to work with resistance 

  • Demonstrate three skills in creating and maintaining a learning environment in the classroom 

  • Identify the skills, style and responsibilities of a group leader 

Target Audience  

Group facilitators, peer specialists, paraprofessionals; this is an introductory course 

Instructional Level  

Advanced   

Technical Requirements  

Each applicant must have access to an internet-connected computer equipped with a functional webcam, microphone, and speakers that can all remain in use throughout the entirety of training. 

Registration Fee: $350 (If your employer or another funder is paying for your class, please do not proceed to payment at this time. You will receive an email from our administrative staff explaining how to register for this course. If you submit your payment and subsequently need a refund, please note, refunds may take up to two weeks to process.)  

For assistance: Contact RIConsulting.PET@riinternational.com or RIC.HCAI@riinternational.com for questions about this activity  

Contact RIC.Development@riinternational.com for technical assistance