Unfortunately no / Not yet.
Unfortunately no — Our train-the-trainer programs are designed for groups. Our visits are centered around group activities and involvement, and that doesn’t work 1-on-1. We also encourage organizations to train a group of people for a number of reasons:
- More folks to facilitate workshops (responsibilities is shared by more people).
- We recommend all workshops be co-facilitated if at all possible.
- If one person was to leave the organization, Safe Zone capacity wouldn’t leave with them.
Not yet—We have had a lot of requests by individuals who want to be Safe Zone facilitators, and we want you to be too! We are currently in the development stages of creating a self-guided online resource for individuals who want to become Safe Zone trainers called Starlab (sign up for alerts here!)
Also, know that there is no formal barrier to entry that you need to facilitate trainings. We created the All-Star Facilitator Series (as well as our book), to combine with our free curriculum and make any self-starter out there better equipped to get going.