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On this page you’ll find details about our classes, gatherings and the ways in which we support the School of Facilitation Community.

Have a scroll, dive in, and we hope to see you very soon!

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It's good to learn and broaden our knowledge, explore the world we work in and grow.  As facilitators, trainers and coaches we intuitively know it’s important that we grow our skills and capabilities to be in service of our clients.

Gatherings are a place, a space and a time where you can come and learn more about how to be an effective facilitator and trainer.​ Bring your struggles, your wins and your quests for knowledge… they’ll be facilitated here.

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Want a taste of the School of Facilitation community?

Join us for a free Community Pod, a one hour Zoom session based on one of four themes: yourself, your learners, your clients, your business.

Find out about our flourishing facilitator and trainer community, learn more about our wisdom keepers and explore our offering.

“The pods started in March 2020 in a response to the UK lockdown, facilitators and trainers losing work and needing a space to connect with others.

We gathered every Friday morning for 20 weeks, connecting, sharing and inspiring one another during a difficult time.

We quickly realised this space and community is needed and wanted by you so we continue to meet on the first Friday of every month.”

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Delivery Class

How do you feel about your ability to deliver a workshop? Do you ever feel that your delivery skills could do with a little polishing around edges? Perhaps you’re new to facilitation and you’ve never had feedback on your delivery skills?

Design Class

Wish magical fairies would come and design your workshop or event for you? Totally stumped when it comes to getting started, making sessions more interactive or coming up with fun and exciting ways to keep people engaged?

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