The 16 Guidelines accredited faculty continues to grow
“Incredible, eye-opening, insightful. Dare I say life-changing?”
“This was such a positive and transforming experience. I enjoyed the variety of activities, the art, the movement, introspection, group work. It engaged all styles of learning”
“The courage and kindness of the group to share. This made the our group interconnectedness useful”
This is some of the feedback shared by participants at the last 16 Guidelines Level 1 workshop that took place in Ontario, Canada where Arunas Antanaitis and Laurie Dolan became the latest facilitators to join the growing 16G accredited faculty. They did so by completing the 16G training pathway and co-facilitating a 16 Guidelines Level 1 with experienced trainer Craig Mackie.
“We had a great 16G L1 workshop weekend with 11 people attending both days and very positive feedback. Everyone attending participated from day 1 – amazingly but not surprisingly by the time they finished introducing each other they had formed a safe and trusted environment and group to participate and share their thoughts and experiences.
I can’t speak for Arunas but I think he would agree that we are both delighted to become accredited 16G L1 facilitators.”
A big welcome to Arunas and Laurie, and we hope that over the coming year more facilitators will become accredited by following the new training pathway and this will mean more 16 Guidelines workshops offered across the world.
16 Guidelines facilitator forums continue on into 2017
As the 16G faculty grows, so will the support that they need. So we are happy to share that the popular facilitator forums will continue on into 2017.
The next forum will take place in November with the theme of ‘Mindfulness in 16 Guidelines’ led by senior accredited facilitator Wendy Ridley. The first one of 2017 is likely to be on ’16 Guidelines in schools’. Other forums over the last 12 months included: 'Motivation and Dedication to inspire your New Year', '16G and Neuroscience' and 'Food and Mindfulness'.