Take Charge of Your Life CTRTC accredited Facilitators
BECOMING A FACILITATOR
Thank you for your interest in being an accredited facilitator for the WGI Take Charge of Your Life workshop.
Please read Program Description before proceeding.
Program Description (Croatian)
Beginning with an overview of the process from Certification to Accreditation this booklet has the links to all of the online forms. It also has the hard copy of the three forms that can be printed and completed in the mentoring process. [bsk-pdf-manager-pdf id=”160″]
Process from Application to Accreditation for CTRTC facilitators
Complete Form A application form online. Select a mentor and make arrangements to complete the mentoring process.
|Step Two: Complete Form B (Goal setting and self-evaluation before you begin being mentored)
|See Forms for CTRTC for a hard copy. Keep this for a reference.
|Step Three: Commit to mentoring process and participate in mentoring sessions either in person, online in real time or You Tube, webinar type presentations.
|Step Four: Complete Form C (your planned content and activities for your first workshop) and submit to your Mentor.
|See Forms for CTRTC for a hard copy. Share this form with your mentor.
|Step Five: Complete Form D: ( Schedule a Take Charge of Your Life workshop)
|Step Six: Form E: Co evaluate with your mentor to complete this form.
|See Forms for CTRTC for a hard copy. Share this form with your mentor and ask him or her to co verify.
|Step Seven: Complete Participant List
|Step Eight: Complete Form F: (Feedback to program developers)
Step Nine: Your mentor will submit a form so you will receive the Accredited Facilitator Certificate from WGI
|2016 Facilitator’s Guide
This supplement booklet contains alternate involvement activities for each session. You may choose to follow the Facilitator’s Guide from 2016. These activities will simply give you some suggested involvement or warm up activities if you are tired of the original ones, or want to challenge yourself to add new activities to your tool box.
Download 2018 TCOYL Activities
Take Charge of Your Life Program Powerpoints Please note that you must have the application,MS Powerpoint, to open these files. If you do not have the program, you may download the corresponding PDF files.
The 2016 power point slides were created and provided by Sue Berry of South Australia. We appreciate her significant contribution to TCOYL.
- Promotional Video
- Shower Curtain video
- Shower Curtain video (Croatian)
- Basic Needs video
- Progress: How Far Have We Come?
TIPS FOR ONLINE MEETINGS
- Get the date and time right!
- Note that when participants are from different time zones the meeting time is usually set in UTC (Universal Time Code). This is the only time definition that is impervious to daylight saving changes. By comparing your local time with the UTC you should be able to check your local time for the meeting. In practice, when notified of the meeting, you will be sent date and time. Be careful to check not only the time but also the date as this may differ from the UTC date due to your time zone difference.
Click here to see UTC time right now!
- Use the best broadband access you have. Normally house based systems are better than mobile systems.
- As far as possible ensure that others who share your local internet connection (WIFI) will not be using it during the meeting.
- Do not have other software running on your computer (e.g. virus scans or backups) .. except your email utility.
- In advance of the meeting check that your sound equipment (microphone and headphones) is working. The ideal equipment is a microphone and headphone set as this allows you to have the microphone close to your voice and the headphone prevents feedback (whistling sound). Microphones built into computers are usually adequate but SEPARATE HEADPHONES ARE ESSENTIAL to prevent feedback that can disrupt the entire meeting. Even cheap headphones are adequate.
- Reduce all background noise and potential interruptions. THIS IS ESSENTIAL FOR A GOOD MEETING ENVIRONMENT. Computer microphones are often omnidirectional. That means they pick up everything around!!
- Movements in your headphone wires or rustling papers close to the microphone affect the whole meeting. You may not hear it but everyone else will!
- Make sure you have the right software for the meeting and any codes or passwords you may need to join.
- Log on 15 minutes before the start time if possible to sort out technical issues.
During the Meeting
- If you need to talk and are finding it difficult to get your turn send a chat message.
- If you have problems during the meeting use chat or email or phone.
- If your microphone or computer has a mute control be careful not to activate it accidentally.
- We use the web-cam feature sparingly as it consumes bandwidth.