Teaching the Wheel in Groups
You’ve taken Like A Pro, and you’re using the Wheel with your one-to-one clients. Would you like some help using the principles of the Wheel in your workshops?
Teaching the Wheel in Groups is open to you if you:
- Completed Like a Pro in-person
- OR - are taking Like a Pro online and have completed Part 1: Foundations. This course is one of the two options for Part 2.
How it works
- Teaching the Wheel in Groups is a 4-week online course with video and written resources, discussion boards, and weekly Zoom calls with Robyn Dalzen and Michael Dresser.
- 4 sessions of 3 hours each, plus 2 hours of home study (14 hours total).
- 2 times slots to accommodate folks from around the world.
- Maximum of 12 people per group so everyone has a chance to present their work.
- All calls recorded so you can watch later if you miss the call.
What we cover
- Basic group facilitation skills, including how to create a safe container for learning, and how to make sure your participants don’t step over their own limits
- The particular challenges of touch events and online events and what you need to know about facilitating them
- Incorporating the Wheel of Consent into your workshops — what works and what doesn’t, and how to teach the different components of the Wheel
- Considerations for designing your workshops
- You will have the opportunity to create an outline for your next workshop and present your ideas to receive feedback and insights.
- By the end of this course, you will have a more solid grasp of basic facilitation, teaching the Wheel and the quadrants, and you will leave with a solid outline or design for a workshop of your own.
After this course, you may apply to take the Certification Course for teaching the official Wheel Of Consent® Workshop. This course does *not* substitute for that course or for certification.