Growing your online facilitation skills

Growing your online facilitation skills

Delivered online using Teams

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10:00 - 12:00 Wednesday, 22 January 2025

Designed for learning and development colleagues, these sessions aim to build capacity within your organisation by increasing your understanding of facilitation approaches and discussing how you can build facilitation skills in your organisation.

In this online workshop, we will discuss facilitation skills and approaches, how we can use online tools to facilitate effectively. We will examine how participants can find opportunities to acquire and develop facilitation skills in their work.

This session will explore:

  • The similarities and differences between online and face to face learning.
  • Emerging learning theories and the implications for effective facilitation.
  • Developing confidence in using technology to facilitate effecting learning opportunities.

This event is part of the ‘Learn and deliver’ programme, designed to support individuals providing learning and development in organisations.

Learn and deliver programme

Develop your knowledge of learning theory, support online facilitation skills and discuss how to develop your own bespoke sessions.
Find out more

If you wish to be added to a waiting list for an event that is currently displaying as full, please email events@researchinpractice.org.uk detailing the required event title, event time and date.

We will contact you should places become available.

Audience Types

Workforce development teams

Professional Standards

PQS:KSS - Organisational context | Developing excellent practitioners | Promote and govern excellent practice | Shaping and influencing the practice system | Creating a context for excellent practice | Designing a system to support effective practice | Developing excellent practitioners | Organisational context | Influencing and governing practice excellence within the organisation and community

CQC - Effective

PCF - Contexts and organisations

RCOT - Support development