FNS Advanced Facilitation Workshops is a series of courses designed for those who have completed foundational facilitation training (e.g. SPOT on Facilitation, CSC FA101, IAL AFP, etc) and have gained some practical experience in facilitating groups to learn new methods, tools and techniques to expand your facilitation skills and toolkit.
Each course is half-day (unless otherwise indicated*), conducted on-site, practice-oriented and includes 360-degree feedback.
You will need to complete the pre-course work given and you will receive a course handout, additional reading materials and references.
|TWC||The World Café™||Based on seven integrated design principles, the World Café methodology is a simple, effective, and engaging format for hosting large group conversation productively.||
|OST||Open Space Methodology™||Open Space Technology (OST) sessions where participants are invited to propose and discuss topics they are passionate about based on a proposed theme. The meeting agenda and schedule are created real-time by the meeting participants.||
|D2-PDR||Design Facilitated Session||Design facilitated sessions that achieve the intended meeting objectives, expected deliverables and desired outcomes. This course equips you with core skills needed to design (D2) a facilitated session for focus group discussion, corporate and strategic planning.||
|Process Design Review||Uncover the tool and techniques of reviewing process designs to enhance the design of your facilitated sessions.||
|FBI™||Facilitating Breakthrough Ideas||Facilitate the generation of breakthrough ideas using FNS FBI Framework covering Formulate-Generate-Evaluate-Persuade-Activate. This course equips you with advance brainstorming tools and techniques such as Forced Connection, SCAMPER and TRIZ.||
|AI-SOAR||Appreciative Inquiry||Appreciative Inquiry is collaborative, strengths-based approach to change in organisations. It encompasses five distinct phases: Define-Discover-Dream-Design-Deliver. Explore how you can use AI in transforming organisations.||
|Strengths-Opportunities-Aspiration-Results||Guided by Appreciative Inquiry principles, SOAR analysis is a strategic planning method for creating aspiration-oriented and result-oriented organisational strategies based on the organisation’s strengths and presenting opportunities.||
|DF||Dynamic Facilitation™||Dynamic Facilitation evokes “choice-creating,” a special quality of thinking where people use all their capacities to achieve breakthroughs on impossible-seeming issues.||
|Future Search||Future Search||Future Search is a unique strategic planning method used world-wide by hundreds of communities and organisations. The method enables large diverse groups to:
FS brings a “whole system” of diverse stakeholders into the room to work on a common task-focused agenda, covering their past, present, and future, then discover common ground, and make action plans.
|TWC||The World Café™|
|OST||Open Space Methodology™|
|D2-PDR||Design Facilitated Session
Process Design Review
|FBI™||Facilitating Breakthrough Ideas|
|Future Search||Future Search|
SGD 290 (SGD 190 early bird fee)
2023 dates will announced later. Please pre-register if you are interested to attend. Dates will be mutually agreed when we have enough demand to run a class.
AM module: 8:45am to 12:30pm
PM module: 1:45pm to 5:30pm
Register via email: firstname.lastname@example.org