March – Introduction to Equine Experiential Education Facilitation Method
Please Note: This webinar is open to members only. Non-members should join E3A, then register. $100 per person
Time: 7PM – 8:30PM EDT
1.5 hours duration webinar. Class open to members only.
Non-members should join E3A, then register.
COST: $100 / Person
Course Description: A primer on experiential education and the facilitation process that provides context and framework for equine-based action learning. The concepts presented are primarily based on the book, Open to Outcome (O2O – reading is a course prerequisite). This course will provide a basic understanding of experiential facilitation for Equine Experiential Education (E3) programming, or other equine-based work with corporations, youth or individuals. This is the initial introduction into experiential facilitation and the training courses that follow reinforce and build upon this basic knowledge of facilitation.
Prerequisite: Please read the following book prior to the webinar: Open To Outcome: A Practical Guide for Facilitating and Teaching Experiential Reflection by Micah Jacobson and Mari Ruddy. Either edition is ok for class. Book can be found at Amazon.com.
C1 is for members only thus all registrants must be a member in good standing to register for this webinar. Payment is required upon registration for this webinar. Class materials and call info will be provided two weeks prior to the call. Students may transfer a registration to another class if unable to attend in person or receive the recording of the class. No refunds are given.
Your Introduction class maybe a recorded call (not taught by a Master Trainer) but a Master Trainer will personally make contact with each of you within one week after the class to answer questions. You will be notified 2 days prior to the call whether it will be a live or recorded call. We would recommend that you listen to the call when it is released to you, so that you’ll have your questions ready for your one-on-on Master Trainer connection.
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