Do you want to learn how to facilitate workshops with young people?
Following the success of our PG Cert in Applied Theatre with Young People the Almeida Theatre have created an introduction to facilitation for those who want to get a sense of what it’s like to work as a professional facilitator.
This five-day course is designed for drama and arts graduates, actors and/or directors who want to move into the field of facilitation. The course focuses on planning and evaluating workshops; managing behaviour and group dynamics; working as a freelancer; and building a toolkit of games and exercises. Breaking facilitation down into its key components, we aim to support you to develop your own style and look at the challenges you might face ‘in the room’.
More than just learning workshop delivery, the course will enable you to plan, facilitate and evaluate rich, engaging workshops with young people as well as exploring how you develop your professional identity as a facilitator.
“Every facilitator should do this course – both new and experienced. The personal reflection and process is amazing.”
Participant, August 2013
The next 5-day Introduction to Facilitation course will be Monday 23 February – Friday 27 February 2015 10am – 4:30pm in the Almeida Rehearsal Room, 108 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1QN.
Course cost is £295 concessions rate of £225 (students, income support, 60+)
Theatre Making Masterclasses
Almeida Projects are offering a series of Theatre Masterclasses throughout 2015 designed to offer training and professional development to theatre makers, facilitators and teachers on a range of different theatre making and facilitation techniques.
The workshops will be led by the Almeida practitioners on their particular specialism and are just £20 per session. All sessions take place in the theatre auditorium and are followed by complimentary tea and coffee in the bar.
Details on our 2015 programme of masterclasses will be available shortly.
If you would like to speak to someone about any of our training opportunities, please contact Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7288 4917.