Welcome to the BRIDGE Facilitators’ page – a central point for everything you need as a BRIDGE facilitator.
Here’s a handy checklist for what you need to do for the BRIDGE Office (or what he BRIDGE Office can do for you) if you’re running a BRIDGE workshop.
Are you looking to complete your accreditation to a different BRIDGE category, or are you a facilitator who needs to accredit someone else? This is the section for you.
Only BRIDGE facilitators and the BRIDGE Partners have access to the curriculum.
Curriculum documents are in Zip format to ensure facilitators have access to all current files. If you require one specific file please contact the BRIDGE Office.
BRIDGE V2 has been translated into several languages, including Portuguese, French, Arabic and Tetum.
This section provides you with the resources that you will need when you are new to BRIDGE and want to learn more about what it involves.
Don’t forget about the BRIDGE Facilitator Forum where you can chat to other BRIDGE facilitators for support, advice and discussion.
As a BRIDGE facilitator, it’s important to know the BRIDGE rules as set out by the BRIDGE partners in 2013.
Please note that workshops, programs and translations which are funded or implemented by a BRIDGE Partner or EMB will be automatically approved. Implementers and translators from the BRIDGE Partners or EMBs must still inform the BRIDGE Office, but approval will be assumed in these cases.
Facilitators who do not abide by the BRIDGE rules will be warned, and if they continue to transgress, will have their accreditation status as BRIDGE facilitators removed, which includes their access