Inclusive Communities Presents Training for Trainers Workshop

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Inclusive Communities Presents Training for Trainers Workshop

Inclusive Communities (www.inclusive-communities.org) will be hosting its second Training for Trainers workshop on March 6 and 7 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. Training for Trainers provides a foundation in how to provide effective workshops and trainings with diversity and inclusion in mind. Inclusive Communities will provide up to 20 hours of training on the ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional) method, foundational terms, and basics of identity, language, and bias. It is recommended that attendees participate in at least one Inclusive Communities workshop prior to taking this training.

The training will address the following:

  • History and basics of the ORID facilitation method
  • Discuss and practice skills creating brave spaces for facilitating dialogues around identity
  • Look at the emotional and cognitive response to this knowledge and how each individual interprets their role in the perpetuation of the particular topic
  • Discuss how we utilize this information for programming that can change the norms around identity, discrimination, and prejudice in the workplace and community

This training is open to individuals or representatives from school districts, local governments, colleges and universities, non-profit organizations, and corporate partners who want to help build internal capacity in their organizations, moving them beyond diversity, and helping them launch sustainable programming to promote equity and inclusion within their organizations.

Registration cost for the workshop is $375 for non-profit employees and individuals; $550 for for-profit business employees. The registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and all print materials. Registration is required and space is limited to 20 participants. Reserve your spot today by contacting Cammy Watkins at cammy@inclusive-communities.org / (402) 391-4460. Learn more about Inclusive Communities at www.inclusive-communities.org.