Facilitator Certification

What is Facilitator Certification Training?

Certification training will teach you how to present workshops in a positive educational atmosphere of fun and discovery that includes: individual reflection, paired discussions, group discussions, card sorting, word pairing, facilitator input and small group activities. You will learn how to create dynamic educational experiences that empower participants as they actively learn, explore, reveal and celebrate their individual priorities, delights and talents while genuinely valuing the priorities, delights and talents of others. Based solidly on the works and research of Carl Jung, ColourSpectrums creates an enchanting user-friendly language that naturally enhances self-esteem and team-esteem while supporting diversity, pride and mutual respect.

This training program will certify you to present workshops that focus on:

  • Communication Skills
  • Self-Esteem
  • Team-Esteem
  • Management Styles
  • Teaching & Learning Styles
  • Career Counseling
  • Personal Counseling
  • Stress Management & Conflict Resolution
  • Customer Relations & Client Service
  • Parenting Styles & Family Communication

What are the benefits?

You will experience the esteeming, life-changing, ColourSpectrums process on a personal and professional level. You will be certified as an independent ColourSpectrums facilitator and be authorized to access ColourSpectrums materials and support services. You will join the growing network of facilitators who will support your successful presentations of ColourSpectrums at your work or in your independent business. Includes 14 or 15 hours of practical, hands-on professional training, 3 facilitator’s guides, 3 facilitator’s manuals, transparency masters, handout masters, ColourSpectrums certification and access to ColourSpectrums support services.

Who will register?

Everyone interested in personal & professional development is encouraged to attend.

  • Managers/Team leaders
  • Teachers/Educators
  • Career and personal counselors
  • Group facilitators
  • Parents
  • Consultants
  • Human resources personnel
  • Business professionals
  • Front-line workers
  • Community leaders