Equip the Facilitator

A 6-hour training comprised of the following topics:

  • The History of ALA
  • Information about the ALA Library
  • Relationships
  • Thinking Styles
  • Facilitation Styles
  • Curriculum Training – an overview of the curriculum and how we utilize it in our sessions

This introduces those interested in ALA to the philosophy behind it, including R.A.I.L.S., as well as to equip them with the basic knowledge to successfully start facilitating the curriculum with a group.

*(Responsibility, Accountability, Independence, Leadership, and Self-Sufficiency)

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Some examples of Equip the Facilitator training participants:
  • County Board of Developmental Disabilities Staff & Board Members (Perry, Richland, Morgan, Scioto, Pickaway & Tuscarawas, to name a few)
  • JFS Employees
  • School Staff
  • Afterschool Staff
  • Educational Service Center Staff
  • Adult Day Program Staff
  • Church Leaders
  • Community Members

Equip the Facilitator sessions are open to anyone interested in learning about or starting an ALA program.

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