January Training for Trainers – book your place now!

The Diversity Team is delighted to announce that it will be organising a two-day Training for Trainers Course, from Saturday 7 – Sunday 8 January 2017 in London at Lib Dem HQ.  The course is designed to accredit new trainers who can deliver training courses on behalf of the party.

This course is part of our ongoing effort to increase the amount of diversity training (ethnic minority, gender balance and unconscious bias) available within the party, therefore priority will be given to those we who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity training.

The course will cover a range of essential skills including:

  • How to develop your presentation skills
  • How to deliver effective presentations
  • How to design engaging training material
  • How to give and receive feedback
  • Understanding how different people learn and absorb new information

This training is especially important following our terrific victory in Richmond Park, as we need more people who can deliver training to support our future candidates, especially those from underrepresented groups!

We will make contributions towards travel and accommodation expenses (up to £50 for travel and £70 for accommodation). Lunch and refreshments will also be provided.

Please note the following:

  1. This is a two-day course (0900-1700 each day) and to be eligible to apply you must be available to attend both days in full.
  2. If accredited, you will be expected to train on behalf of the party for at least 4 days per calendar year 

Demand of this course far exceeds the number of places available (12 in total) so we will not be able to accept all applicants on this occasion.

Please email [email protected] for an application form. The deadline for submissions is Sunday 11 December, 11.59pm. Applications made after this deadline will not be eligible for shortlisting.

* Natalie Chindipha has been Diversity & Talent Support Manager since July 2016. She works within the Diversity Team at LDHQ to support and encourage diversity initiatives across the party.

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