Who is it for?
This training for people with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injury and complex communication needs who have already done Voice at the Table and want to develop their presentation and facilitation skills.
How long is the course?
2 days plus coaching
Who are the facilitators?
You will have a say and help run the training together with Voice at the Table project workers, Amy Sue Lasslett and Mike McEvoy.
Where is it?
Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne.
A facilitator helps a group of people learn and share. They’re like a teacher, but they treat the group members as experts.
The Facilitate VATT training is about supporting people with a cognitive disability to:
- Lead the VATT training for other people with a cognitive disability
- Lead training for staff working in Government and Community to help them be more inclusive
What will I be learning?
The VATT training will help you to learn about:
- Making presentations with confidence.
- Facilitating groups.
- Delivering VATT training.
- Delivering Inclusive Practice training.