Annex 8: Criteria for Progression – Facilitator Categories

Annex 7: Summary of Facilitator Categories
August 18, 2009
Annex 9: Key Documents for Translation
August 18, 2009

Annex 8: Criteria for Progression – Facilitator Categories

Category Criteria for progression
Semi-accredited To successfully complete the prerequisites to be considered a Semi-accredited Facilitator:

  1. Has attended a BRIDGE module workshop as a participant
  2. Has attended all 10 days of the BRIDGE Train the Facilitator (TtF) workshop
  3. Has been assessed as satisfactory by the lead facilitator of the TtF against all TtF Learning Outcomes.

Reference documents:

  • TtF.3.2 Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria – PN
  • TtF.7.5 Assessment Criteria Pro Forma – FR
  • TtF.10.4 Individual Recommendations – FR

Workshop To complete accreditation to become a Workshop Facilitator:

  1. A minimum of 30 hours of supervised customisation, preparation and facilitation of BRIDGE module workshops in the field.
  2. Facilitation of only modules (and not TtFs or Implementation Workshops) to enable the facilitator to gain experience and confidence in using and modifying the BRIDGE curriculum documents, and to become conversant with the content of BRIDGE modules.
  3. Again be assessed as satisfactory by the supervising Accrediting or Expert Facilitator against all TtF Learning Outcomes.

Reference documents:

  • TtF.3.2 Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria – PN
  • TtF.7.5 Assessment Criteria Pro Forma – FR
  • TtF.10.4 Individual Recommendations – FR

Accrediting To become an Accrediting Facilitator:

  1. A minimum of 150 hours of customisation, preparation and facilitation of BRIDGE workshops in the field, a minimum of 75% of which are module workshops (and not TtFs or Implementation Workshops) to enable the facilitator to gain experience and confidence in using and modifying the BRIDGE curriculum documents, and to become conversant with the content of BRIDGE modules
  2. Lead facilitation in at least one module workshop
  3. Provide BRIDGE Office with reports on BRIDGE activities undertaken
  4. Support and mentor facilitators with less experience

Expert To become an Expert Facilitator:

  1. A minimum of 300 hours of customisation, preparation and facilitation of BRIDGE activities in the field, including at least one TtF.  At least 50% should be facilitating modules (and not TtFs or Implementation Workshops)
  2. Work with an Expert Facilitator on at least one BRIDGE scoping or needs assessment mission

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