Learning Together 2:
Going Deeper in Design and Facilitation
About the course
An 8-week course, Learning Together 2 is offered to alumni of Learning Together. This is a highly applied course that helps practitioners enhance their adult learning toolkit, boost learner success, and make programming even more engaging and effective.
What you will learn
Using more advanced facilitation techniques in both online and in-person settings
Leveraging simple and engaging activities to assess learners’ competencies in key program delivery areas
Integrating a ‘scaffolding approach’ in program design for maximum impact with learners
Applying the principles of peer-to-peer learning to maximize engagement and participation of your learners
Assessing and evaluating program outcomes, eliciting feedback from learners, and making positive changes
Developing a Theory of Change to guide program design
Using repetition effectively to support learners mastery and confidence in new skills without feeling overwhelmed
Integrating opportunities for learners to collaborate, problem-solve and co-regulate
7 live lessons learning how to use tools and frameworks with clients and in the design of your work, including feedback
Small peer group calls that provide an opportunity for small group discussion and sharing
Recordings of all facilitated sessions (available for 6 months after the training)
Access to a private online community with regular resources and free trainings, including exclusive monthly live Q+A calls
Weekly prompts to guide your reflection on and application of the concepts you are learning
Digital Badge and Certificate
Program Continuous Improvement and low-touch program evaluation tools
Principles and examples to design peer-to-peer learning in an employment and training services context
Theory of Change, a framework to define where you want your learners to grow and develop, and choose the most effective techniques, activities and methods
Zones of Proximal Development, a framework to keep your learners in their ‘stretch’ zone
Strengths-based assessment, a framework to understand your learners and design the most appropriate interventions
Popular education techniques for increasing learner engagement and empowerment
Self Determination Theory, a framework to build learner motivation into your program design
Indicators of psychological safety and methods for increasing it in learning settings
Enroll your staff in a full pathway with implementation support to maximize impact.
Learning Together 1: An Introduction to Designing Effective Online and In-Person Programs
Learning Together 2: Going Deeper in Design and Facilitation
Learning Together 2 is an
4.5 hours per week
(2.5 hours of live calls per week and 2 hours of independent work)
Learning Together is a prerequisite for participation in Learning Together 2.
Participation in Learning Together 1 + 2 is a prerequisite to participating in the Learning Together Implementing with Support Technical Assistance Group.
80% attendance is required for certification.
Who should attend
Frontline employment service practitioners including career and employment counsellors and job developers
Program developers, workshop facilitators, trainers and other learning and development practitioners
Managers of employment and training programs and practitioners