The forms below are to be completed when a facilitator has gained enough experience to change their facilitator category.
Template to Add Semi Accredited Facilitators – To be completed by facilitator(s) conducting a Train the Facilitator (TtF).
At the completion of a TtF facilitator(s) responsible for running it must use this template to notify the BRIDGE Office of approved ‘semi accredited’ facilitators. The BRIDGE Office will use this template to upload the new facilitators to the database and send them an email congratulating them on becoming BRIDGE facilitators and notifying them of the access details to the BRIDGE website.
Participants must attend the entire TtF workshop and participate fully in all activities, including the delivery of two BRIDGE activities themselves, and the customisation/writing of one activity.
Accreditation form to move to the ‘Workshop’ facilitator category – To be completed by an ‘Accrediting’ or ‘Expert’ Facilitator who has observed facilitator conduct BRIDGE
Semi-accredited Facilitators are ready to plan and facilitate modules under the supervision of accredited facilitators. Some facilitators will be advanced enough to be accredited at their first workshop, but others will require several workshops to complete their accreditation.
Form to move to the ‘Accrediting’ facilitator category: – To be completed by the ‘Workshop’ facilitator who wants to change category. To be approved it will need to be supported by the nominated ‘Expert’ or ‘Accrediting’ facilitator and all of the Partner Representatives.
Workshop Facilitators who have made the decision to become Accrediting Facilitators should be mentoring facilitators with less experience, and being mentored themselves in the accreditation process by Accrediting or Expert Facilitators. They should already be doing tasks such as liaising with the BRIDGE Office and submitting reports and data relating to the workshops they facilitate.
Form to move to the ‘Expert’ facilitator category – To be completed by the ‘Accrediting’ facilitator who wants to change category. To be approved it will need to be supported by the nominated ‘Expert’ facilitator and all of the Partner Representatives.
To become an Expert Facilitator, an Accrediting Facilitator must be mentored in other implementation tasks such as needs assessments and scoping missions, and looking at a BRIDGE program more holistically than just the workshop components.