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              MTC “Train the Trainer” Phase I Facilitator Training – 2 Days on-site

Another option of achieving the full MTC Facilitation accreditation is via the 2- Day Phase I MTC Facilitator training. This Phase I qualification enables the delegates to progress their learning and development skills by attending these other courses.

After attending initial Phase I training, your options are to advance to Phase II Facilitator Training, or Conflict to Collaboration Training or the higher level of Emotional Intelligence Training.

All of these courses are CPD Accredited with 16 learning hours / points.

                                                 Cost for up to 12 delegates = £1,940.00 + VAT

Includes all materials, workbooks, certificates and Trainer’s expenses but excludes VAT

David Cooperrider – The Founder of Appreciative Inquiry  – said….  “Appreciative Inquiry is a way of THINKING, SEEING and ACTING to bring about powerful, purposefulchange. Focusing on the Positive and Desired Future results and not the negative past results.”

Whether you are a Learning and Development Facilitator, a Leader of Change or responsible for Strategic Development and Direction within your Organisation, the Principles of Appreciative Inquiry are vital for your professional development in our current times. Email us now for your in-house A.I. Workshop 

Click Here for an Overview of  our Professional Facilitator Training utilising Appreciative Inquiry

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Need to have successfully completed MTC Phase I training before completing the Phase II course

All of these courses are CPD Accredited with 16 learning hours / points.

                                            Cost for up to 12 delegates = £1,940.00

Includes all materials, workbooks, certificates and Trainer’s expenses but excludes VAT

David Cooperrider – The Founder of Appreciative Inquiry  – said….  “Appreciative Inquiry is a way of THINKING, SEEING and ACTING to bring about powerful, purposefulchange. Focusing on the Positive and Desired Future results and not the negative past results.”

Whether you are a Learning and Development Facilitator, a Leader of Change or responsible for Strategic Development and Direction within your Organisation, the Principles of Appreciative Inquiry are vital for your professional development in our current times. Email us now for your in-house A.I. Workshop 

Click Here for an Overview of  our Professional Facilitator Training utilising Appreciative Inquiry

experiential learning

Likely Cost: £1,940 for 12 people for 2 days

Conflict to Collaboration – This course is available for MTC Clients who have purchased the Conflict to Collaboration Upgrade Kit.

2 Day Course Content

All of these courses are CPD Accredited with 16 learning hours / points.

David Cooperrider – The Founder of Appreciative Inquiry  – said….  “Appreciative Inquiry is a way of THINKING, SEEING and ACTING to bring about powerful, purposefulchange. Focusing on the Positive and Desired Future results and not the negative past results.”

Whether you are a Learning and Development Facilitator, a Leader of Change or responsible for Strategic Development and Direction within your Organisation, the Principles of Appreciative Inquiry are vital for your professional development in our current times. Email us now for your in-house A.I. Workshop 

Click Here for an Overview of  our Professional Facilitator Training utilising Appreciative Inquiry

experiential learning

Likely Cost: £1,940 for 12 people for 2 days

Emotional Intelligence – 2 Day Course Content

All of these courses are CPD Accredited with 16 learning hours / points.

experiential learning

“Behaviour-Changing Games delivering Game-Changing Behaviour in Individuals, Teams and Organisations”

Experiential and Accelerated learning techniques have been proven as the most effective tools for memory retention for delegates.

The simple matrix below demonstrates how a Facilitator can prepare a training workshop by identifying the preferred learning outcome for the session and then cross-referring the outcome to identify a choice of MTC experiential activities in order to endorse the learning.

Each learning outcome has several MTC activities designed to bring out the desired learning which means that the same cohort can be ‘reminded’ of the subject through different games and activities.

This results in delegate retention and application of their learning into the workplace and their lives, and the Facilitator adds to their professional credibility and effectiveness.