Facilitation

These curated trainings have been developed by external partners. They are available at any time and can be accessed by clicking the "Go to training" links.

Trainings

Title

Description

Format

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Community Facilitator 101 Training

Topic Areas: Community group, Group facilitation
Target Audience: Public health
Approximate length: 45 minutes

Offered by: Bureau of Community Health Systems, Local Public Health Program

Requirements: Launch through TRAIN (Create account)
Cost: Free

Self-pacedGo to training
Facilitating Focus Groups

Topic Areas: Focus groups
Target Audience: Individuals with a background in designing or implementing quantitative research & who would like to expand their work to include conducting focus groups. Ideal for those with a MPH or another social/behavioral or health science discipline or who have equivalent experience in the design or conduct of quantitative research
Approximate length: 30 minutes

Offered by: New York City-Long Island-Lower Tri-County Public Health Training Center

Requirements: Launch through TRAIN (Create account)
Cost: Free

Self-paced, video-basedGo to training
Making Meetings Work: Facilitation Skills for Public Health Professional

Topic Areas: Communication, Leadership & Management, Tools and Resources
Target Audience: Local and state public health practitioners, Public Health Nurses, Local and state emergency management staff, Anyone who facilitates meetings
Approximate length: 1 hour

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Create account
Cost: Free

Recorded WebinarGo to training
Facilitator Training

Topic Areas: 
Target Audience: Administration, public health administrators and leadership, and the general public health workforce
Approximate length: 32 minutes

Offered by: Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Requirements: Create account; Enroll
Cost: Free

Course VideoGo to training
Facilitation Management

Topic Areas: Facilitation skills
Target Audience: 
Approximate length: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Offered by: Alabama Public Health Training Center

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

PowerPoint videos & slidesGo to training
Strengthening Your Facilitation Skills

Topic Areas: Facilitation principles
Target Audience: IPLAN coordinators, administrators, Health educators, Coalition/Committee leaders, Preventionists & Health promoters are encouraged to participate
Approximate length: 78 slides

Offered by: Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Public Health Institute

Requirements: None
Cost: Free

Presentation SlidesGo to training
Participatory Facilitation Techniques Workshop Curriculum

Topic Areas: Facilitation techniques
Target Audience: Knowledge management practitioners, Other development practitioners and anyone interested in building skills in facilitation
Approximate length: 3 hours 30 minutes

Offered by: US AID (United States Agency International Development) supporting the curriculum developed by TOPS (Technical and Operational Performance Support), Food Security & Nutritional Network

Requirements: None
Cost: Free

Workshop Curriculum Go to training
The Practice Facilitation Handbook: Training Modules for New Facilitators and Their Trainers

Topic Areas: Practice facilitation

Target Audience: Practice facilitators; Designed to be used by a trainer as a resource when preparing new facilitators to work with primary care practices. New facilitators may use it directly as a resource for self-study

Approximate length: 158 pages

Offered by: Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

Requirements: None
Cost: Free

Handbook (PDF)Go to resource
Group facilitation and problem solving. Section 2. Developing Facilitation Skills

Topic Areas: Facilitation
Target Audience: 
Approximate length: Online; 11 slides

Offered by: Community Tool box

Requirements: None
Cost: Free

Online; PowerPoint (Summary)Go to resource
Toolkit: Effective Adult Learning: A Toolkit for Teaching Adults

Topic Areas: Communication, Tools & Resources
Target Audience: Public health lawyers; Any professional who leads trainings for adults
Approximate length: 2 hours

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health in partnership with the Network for Public Health Law

Requirements: Create account
Cost: Free

Toolkit/GuideGo to resource

 

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