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3. Finding and contracting Facilitators English
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Finding facilitators

 

Making a contract

 

Liaising with facilitators
2. Contracting a Venue English
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Get the arrangements on paper!

In case people remember different arrangements. The booking of the venue is often more than a year before the actual event!.

Topics to be agreed on
1. Staff... Read more
1. Finding the best Venue with the least possible effort English
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Step 1. Make a short-list of your first level search criteria

See Susan-sheet

A) Food catering criteria

If full board
Can the kitchen prepare and serve the food in the... Read more
Chapter 2 - Finding & Contracting the Venue, Facilitators & Child Carers English
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In this chapter is everything that needs to be done before the publicity can be started.

9. Coordinating the planning and the action English
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Several tools

Create a common email address, e.g. CCI-teamco-counselling[dot]info, that forwards all email to each organiser's individual mailbox. This helps with keeping every body informed,... Read more
8. Money matters! English
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What about people with different incomes?

Travel grants or fees grants?

Group discounts or individual discounts

 

Diminishing Financial Risks for the Organisers

 

Safe... Read more
7. Where? What type of venue(s)? English
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This section is not about the actual search for a venue. It is about deciding on a search strategy.

If you know what you are searching for you are more likely to end up with a venue that...

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6. Children? English
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It is much easier to organise a workshop without children, as so much can go wrong! However, if well organised and well managed, it is a delight having children with a lot of positive spin-offs...

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5. Residential or non-residential? English
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Full board or Self Catering?

Shared cooking.
The strength of this is that it contributes to a sense of community; the weakness is that you can lose time for the workshops.

Shared...

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3. Peer, Teaching or Process Facilitation? English
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At first glance defining a Peer Workshop as contrasted with a Teaching Workshop is easy. In an ideal peer workshop

all participants have equal part in the facilitation and there is no...

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2. Who is the workshop intended for? English
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Obviously there is no point in organising a workshop for people who are not interested in your workshop. Or similarly, are not able to attend because of the dates or money problems or their...

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