Become a Compassion Fatigue Educator!
Past participants of our Compassion Fatigue Workshops expressed an interest in learning how to design a workshop to bring back to their communities, while also developing skills and knowledge to deliver compassion fatigue workshops themselves.
This live training, led by compassion fatigue expert and sought-after speaker and educator Françoise Mathieu, teaches you how to design a customized compassion fatigue workshop for your community or organization, while also developing the skills and knowledge to become an effective and engaging presenter. A small class size allows a customized experience to your specific needs.
Registration for this training is limited to 15 participants.
Please Note! In order to attend this workshop, prior attendance to the full or half day compassion fatigue workshop is required. You may have attended a session at your workplace or in a different community in the past. For those who have not attended a workshop, Compassion Fatigue 101 is available as a webinar course online here.
Wednesday, June 3rd – Friday, June 5th, 2020
Day 1 with Lead Instructor, Françoise Mathieu – Participants will learn the educational goals of the Compassion Fatigue 101 course, get caught up on the latest research on compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma, discover personal areas of strength and concern, and learn about different presentation modalities.
Day 2 with Lead Instructor, Françoise Mathieu & Guest Instructor, Diana Tikasz – Participants will learn how to carry out a needs assessment, learn about Organizational Health concepts, learn how to customize, promote and design their workshops and will spend some time practicing their presentation skills. Participants will also learn the essentials of Organizational Health. Guest instructor, Diana Tikasz, will teach strategies for integrating self-care and mindfulness activities into your workshops.
Day 3 with Lead Instructor, Françoise Mathieu & Guest Instructor, Meaghan Welfare – On the final day, participants will and plan their next steps as a compassion fatigue educator. Guest instructor, Meaghan Welfare, will teach the basics of managing conflict in high-stress workplaces.
*schedule is subject to change.
Included with this course is everything you need to customize and deliver your own training sessions. Participants will receive:
- A copy of The Compassion Fatigue Workbook
- A copy of The Compassion Fatigue Educator Manual
- Compassion Fatigue videos in digital format
- A USB key containing a power point presentation template and additional reading materials
- The “one hour bites” training webinars and power points
Rate: $2300 + $250 Materials + 13% HST = $2881.50 CAD
This fee includes breakfast, lunch and parking on-site.
A 20% group rate is available for groups of 6+, please contact our client manager Tasha for more information – vanvlack@tendacademy,ca
We are pleased to offer payment plans if you are unable to pay the entire tuition in one payment. Please note that tuition must be paid in full by Wednesday May.20th, 2020. Please contact us ASAP if you intend to pay in instalments.
Please contact Tasha, our Client Manager for questions concerning payment at email@example.com.
Our live training is held in Kingston, Ontario at the Donald Gordon Conference Centre – a beautiful and historic building located a few blocks from the shores of Lake Ontario and close to Queen’s University campus.
Home of the Queen’s Executive MBA, The Financial Times (U.K.) has ranked the Donald Gordon Conference Centre number one in the world for food quality in a survey of international executive education centres.
We are midway between Toronto and Montreal and about 2 hours north of Syracuse, NY. You can fly to any of these destinations and then drive or take a train to Kingston.
You can also fly to Kingston through Toronto using a connector flight run by Air Canada (but it can be notoriously unreliable).
The Donald Gordon Centre often has rooms available if you book early. Otherwise, there are several hotels within a 10 minute drive. To reserve a room, contact the Donald Gordon Centre directly at (613) -533-2221.
We reserve the right to cancel this course should the number of registrations be insufficient.
Please note that we are not responsible for any travel/hotel costs that may be affected by the cancellation of a course.
Substitution Policy: A colleague may attend in your place. Simply email us with the name of the person who will be attending in your place.
- 14 days or more before the event – we will issue you a refund, minus a $35.00 administration fee
- Less than 14 days before the event – we will issue you a refund, minus a $50.00 administration fee
- If you have already received the materials for this course prior to cancelling, you will be responsible for the price of the materials ($250.00 CAD+ HST and shipping cost)
- No refunds will be issued once this course begins on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020.
Please contact Tasha, our Client Manager for questions concerning cancellations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is this course for?
This live training event is designed for individuals who have successfully completed Compassion Fatigue 101 and who wish to acquire the tools to bring this training back to their agency or to their community. During the course, you will be provided with all the resources needed to offer this training in full-day, half-day and one-hour formats.
How can I get the pre-requisite?
If you have taken a Compassion Fatigue 101 live training with Françoise Mathieu or one of our TEND associates, you may meet the pre-requisite for the Compassion Fatigue Educator course. Please contact us at email@example.com.
We also offer Compassion Fatigue 101 as an online course which you can take at any time. Click here for more information.
The course is full! What can I do?
In order to ensure quality and customized content, registration for this course is limited to 15 participants. If you intend to participate in this training, please register ASAP as we cannot hold or guarantee any individual spots in this course.
In the event that this course is full, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on our waiting list – or consider joining us for our online course happening in February 2020. Join our mailing list for updates on the next online training course.
For questions concerning registration, payment, and cancellations contact Tasha at email@example.com.
For questions concerning course requirements, materials and course concerns contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general inquiries, contact email@example.com or give us a call at (613)-547-3247.