Our Training the Trainer courses enable participants to deliver equipped2succeed modules and programmes.
Continuous professional development workshops support organisations to develop the highest quality interactions, support, coaching, mentoring and personal development programmes for their clients.
Comprehensive training programme that enables participants to deliver effective equipped2succeed modules and programmes for their community and clients:
Courses cover a whole range of topics focused on high quality development and learning for clients – developing people, coaching and mentoring, and the learning process.
Courses tailored for organisational needs and a brief conversation will establish whether we can help.
We are aware that sometimes the best people to facilitate learning are those with lived experience, who may not have a training background. We have therefore created an infrastructure of support to enable trained facilitators to provide the highest quality learning experiences and outcomes – irrespective of background and prior experience.
Second Chance Learning Academy trained facilitators and partner organisations have access, via the Associate Area of the SCLA site, to a whole range of ‘scaffolding’ to support them so they can focus on quality engagement and delivery.
All the materials and resources to deliver equipped2succeed modules, easily accessible and adaptable:
SCLA Facilitator Quality Framework
We have co-produced a quality framework with facilitators and learners with lived experience that covers every aspect of quality facilitation – including attitudes, thinking and behaviours!
SCLA Training webinars
All trained facilitators have access to regular webinars, each focused on an area designed to update thinking, understanding and skills. Delivered by our lead trainer, Beverley Burton, and a range of associates and partners, they are accessible live. Recorded webinars are a way of facilitators accessing the support they need, as and when they need it.
SCLA Q & A sessions
All trained faciliators have access to regular Q&A sessions, each focused on an area or community of need. These are designed to support facilitators who are likely to be working with some of the learners most in need in our communities. They provide on-going support for those working remotely and in challenging circumstances.
SCLA Trainers’ Forum
Our on-line forum is designed to enable trainers to share best practice and work creatively together to find solution.