WILD Education Facilitator Training
Oct 5, 2020 - Oct 17, 2020
Finally coming back to Saskatchewan!
This workshop will train participants to become certified WILD Education facilitators who can offer their own Project WILD, Below Zero and WILD About Sports workshops to formal and non-formal educators.
This workshop is ideal for anyone interested in facilitating future instructional workshops for other educators in their school, organization or community. It offers participants the opportunity to improve their facilitation skills in group settings, experiment with new teaching methods, and learn best practices for adult education.
This training is interactive and occurs both online and in-person, outdoors. Participants will gain knowledge from subject experts, participate in group discussion and activities, and practice their facilitation skills through hands-on peer teaching.
Monday October 5, 7-9pm, online Zoom call
Wednesday October 7, 7-9pm, online Zoom call
Wednesday October 14, 7-9pm, online Zoom call
Saturday October 17 10am-4pm in person session in Regina (As long as the current pandemic situation does not worsen. If necesary this may switch to an online session or be rescheduled.)
Cost: $140/SaskOutdoors Member or $150/non member
Facilitators: Kailey Setter (Canadian Wildlife Federation) and Leah Japp (SaskOutdoors)
- Project WILD manual (available in French or English)
- Below Zero manual (available in French or English)
- WILD About Sports manual (available in French or English)
- Facilitator Workbook
- Certificate of Completion
- 3 x 2 hour online sessions plus one in person session
Participants must attend all sessions to receive their facilitator certification. Participants should have participated in either a Project WILD or a Below Zero Introductory Workshop prior to attending this course. Please contact us with any questions.
Note: Certified Facilitators are expected to commit to leading at least one Project WILD, Below Zero and/or WILD About Sports workshop every 2 years to maintain active facilitator status.
COVID-19: Protocols will be in place as per Provincial Public Health Guidelines and will be communicated to participants closer to the course date. Due to the nature of the course, physical distancing will not always be possible. Masks are recommended for part/all of the course.