Coaches Training, January 2016, Colorado, USA

This January 18-22, 2016 CCNet will be offering a new Coach Training Workshop in English for colleaguCCNet North Americaes in North America, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

The fundamental objective of the workshop is to launch new conservation coaches who 1) are responsible for facilitating and supporting conservation teams in the practice of an adaptive management framework designed to develop effective conservation strategies and measures and 2) will commit to sharing their experiences and knowledge across a larger community of conservation practitioners. More specifically, the coaches training will:

  • Provide an in-depth orientation on the fundamentals of supporting and coaching the practice of the Open Standards for Conservation Practice;
  • Provide insights, tips and an overview of the support available for the process of facilitating and organizing both individual team and multi-team workshops;
  • Review CCNet (including partner) support and training materials (e.g. PowerPoint presentations; guidelines for sponsors/coordinators/facilitators; “tools”; website, etc.);
  • Provide opportunities to practice coaching and facilitating some of the newer elements available to support the Open Standards approach;
  • Allow you to meet coaches from other parts of CCNet and share experiences of what has worked in different types of settings and scales; and
  • Identify areas of the practice for which new coaches would like additional support and training.

When: 18-22 January 2016

Where: Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Cost: $575 USD (Covers all training costs, plus housing Jan 18-22 for four nights, including meals starting with lunch on January 18 and ending with lunch on January 22). Transportation and incidentals are not included in this cost.

For more information contact: Terri Schulz

Download the agenda here