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Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitator Certification


2019-07-16 22:14 2019-07-16 22:14 Europe/London Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitator Certification

Facilitate the Wheel of Consent® Workshop This training is offered once a year, usually in the spring. Check back here for 2020 dates. The Wheel is expanding! We are thrilled that more people are experimenting with it and adding it to what they are teaching – and – we want to ensure that the core essence of the Wheel is preserved. We need a home base of facilitators who really ‘get’ the Wheel and are teaching it well. To this end, we have created a 2 to 3 day workshop, called The Wheel of Consent® Workshop. This workshop helps people experience the Quadrants in a dependable way, covers the basics of the Wheel, and includes a few other activities that are optional. It is for the general public and keeps the Wheel clear and complete. It focuses on the Wheel as a whole, as opposed to, say, a focus on intimacy or sex. Would you like to teach this Workshop? I hope so! In order to keep the Workshop fairly standard and to protect the Wheel, we are asking the people who want to teach it to, well, learn how, and to become certified. In order to use ‘Wheel of Consent®’ in the workshop title, you must be certified. You can, of course, include the Wheel in whatever you are teaching – just call it something else. Many of you are already teaching a similar workshop. What we are trying to do is ensure that the Wheel has a ‘home base’ that can be counted on and can continue. This Workshop does not replace Like a Pro. It includes none of the parts for practitioners. Will there be some practitioners who take your Workshop? Sure, that’s not a problem. We ask that you not try to replace Like a Pro by marketing the workshop specifically to practitioners. The training course is taught by Betty Martin, Matt Schwenteck, and Robyn Dalzen. If you don’t want to certify, but just want some basics on including the principles of the Wheel, or adding the Wheel to what you are already teaching, or if you have little or no experience facilitating groups, this is probably a better fit: Teaching the Wheel in Groups. To certify: Attend Like a Pro Participate in an 8-week online Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitator Certification course and compete the homework. As part of the training, you will practice-present a part of the workshop curriculum. There will be homework! Expect to spend 2 hours a week on the call and about an hour a week on the homework. Facilitate one or more workshops, until Betty is confident you have the material and the skill to hold the group container. Completing the online course does not guarantee certification. Certification comes with actual experience facilitating the workshop. For some with facilitation experience, this will be fairly quickly; for others with little experience, it will take a number of workshops to gain the skills. Or Attend the Wheel of Consent Practitioner Intensive (In other words, the Practitioner Intensive includes this material, so completion of the Practitioner Intensive means you don’t need the 8 […]

Facilitate the Wheel of Consent® Workshop

This training is offered once a year, usually in the spring.
Check back here for 2020 dates.

The Wheel is expanding! We are thrilled that more people are experimenting with it and adding it to what they are teaching – and – we want to ensure that the core essence of the Wheel is preserved. We need a home base of facilitators who really ‘get’ the Wheel and are teaching it well.

To this end, we have created a 2 to 3 day workshop, called The Wheel of Consent® Workshop. This workshop helps people experience the Quadrants in a dependable way, covers the basics of the Wheel, and includes a few other activities that are optional. It is for the general public and keeps the Wheel clear and complete. It focuses on the Wheel as a whole, as opposed to, say, a focus on intimacy or sex.

Would you like to teach this Workshop?

I hope so! In order to keep the Workshop fairly standard and to protect the Wheel, we are asking the people who want to teach it to, well, learn how, and to become certified.

  • In order to use ‘Wheel of Consent®’ in the workshop title, you must be certified. You can, of course, include the Wheel in whatever you are teaching – just call it something else.
  • Many of you are already teaching a similar workshop. What we are trying to do is ensure that the Wheel has a ‘home base’ that can be counted on and can continue.
  • This Workshop does not replace Like a Pro. It includes none of the parts for practitioners. Will there be some practitioners who take your Workshop? Sure, that’s not a problem. We ask that you not try to replace Like a Pro by marketing the workshop specifically to practitioners.
  • The training course is taught by Betty Martin, Matt Schwenteck, and Robyn Dalzen.

If you don’t want to certify, but just want some basics on including the principles of the Wheel, or adding the Wheel to what you are already teaching, or if you have little or no experience facilitating groups, this is probably a better fit: Teaching the Wheel in Groups.

To certify:

  • Attend Like a Pro
  • Participate in an 8-week online Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitator Certification course and compete the homework. As part of the training, you will practice-present a part of the workshop curriculum.
  • There will be homework! Expect to spend 2 hours a week on the call and about an hour a week on the homework.
  • Facilitate one or more workshops, until Betty is confident you have the material and the skill to hold the group container.
  • Completing the online course does not guarantee certification. Certification comes with actual experience facilitating the workshop. For some with facilitation experience, this will be fairly quickly; for others with little experience, it will take a number of workshops to gain the skills.

Or

  • Attend the Wheel of Consent Practitioner Intensive
  • (In other words, the Practitioner Intensive includes this material, so completion of the Practitioner Intensive means you don’t need the 8 weeks online course listed above.)

And

  • Facilitate practice events and report back on what you are learning. Your events will vary in length, depending on your experience and skill level. Some people will certify very quickly; others will take longer. You will be asked to facilitate as many events as it takes for us to feel confident that you can facilitate this workshop to our standards. We will be coaching you and supporting you.
  • Participate in monthly group supervision calls (at least 6 per year to keep your certification active; details below)
  • Receive approval by Betty

What you get:

  • You are welcome to offer as many Wheel of Consent Workshops as you like
  • You keep all the proceeds of the courses you teach
  • You will be listed as a Certified Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitator here on the School of Consent website and your workshops listed on the Calendar
  • Monthly group supervision calls with Betty, Matt, and Robyn to be held the 1st Monday of each month (join either call):
    • 7 am Seattle / 10am New York / 3pm London
    • Noon Seattle / 3pm New York / 8pm London / 7am Sydney the following day

Dates:

  • 8 consecutive weeks, once a week.

Cost:

  • $1150
  • If you took Teaching the Wheel in Groups, you can deduct half the cost of that course.
  • If you take this course and later decide to take the Practitioner Intensive, you can deduct half the cost of this course.
  • Plus a subscription to the School of Consent Community ($27/mo or $300/yr. This covers your listing on this website and all the monthly group calls. To remain certified, you must attend at least 6 calls per year. (We don’t start charging for that until 6 months after the course.)

We are excited to create a community of facilitators!


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