With Françoise Mathieu, M.Ed., CCC. Co-Executive Director, TEND.
Since 2008, over 1000 students have successfully completed the Compassion Fatigue Train the Trainer program. There are two ways to attend this course: In person or through a month-long webinar course. The next webinar program will be offered in February 2019 and does not have a class size limit.
Train the Trainer Webinar Course dates: February 2019
*Please note that in order to register for this course, you must have completed the Compassion Fatigue 101 training first. See below.
You can participate in the webinars live or listen to the recordings at your leisure
4 LIVE Webinars: Tuesday Feb 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th 12:00-2:00pm (EST)
4 LIVE Q&A teleconference calls: Fridays Feb 8th, 15th, 22nd, and March 1st 12:00-1:30pm (EST)
1 LIVE Follow-up Q&A call: April 5th 12:00-1:30pm TBD
Each participant will also receive a 1 HOUR INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATION with Françoise Mathieu, dates and times to be determined.
All sessions will be recorded. You can still take this course even if you cannot take part in the live sessions, providing you are able to listen to the recordings during the same week as the live courses.
Who is this course for?
The Compassion Fatigue Train the Trainer course is aimed at individuals who have already successfully completed our Compassion Fatigue 101 course and who wish to acquire the tools to bring this training back to their agency or to their community. During the Train the Trainer course, you will be provided with all the resources you need to offer this training in either a full day, half day or one hour formats.
How can I get that prerequisite Compassion Fatigue 101 course?
We offer a web-based version of the course, which is available now, as a recorded program which you can take at any time (click here for more information about this web-based training)
Train The Trainer Webinar Course Description:
By enrolling in this Train the Trainer Course, you are expected to participate (or listen to the recordings during that same week) in all four webinars and all four Q&A sessions during the same week that the webinars are aired. We will also have homework requirements. You must complete the course by April 2019 in order to receive certification.
You will be expected to complete the course and all homework assignment by the end of April 2019.
Time commitment: Taking part in this course will require that you protect some time each week to complete the readings and assignments. Please make sure that February is a good time for you to do this before you commit as we will not be offering refunds once the course has started. We recommend that you set aside the equivalent of one day per week for the entire month, in order to be able to get the most out of this course. If your workplace is paying for you to attend, they may be willing to give you some time to complete the assignments.
Certification: Upon completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of attendance which indicates that you are now a certified compassion fatigue trainer.
Course Fees and Materials:
Register before January 5th and save 15% on registration!!
Early Bird Rate is $1870 + $250 Materials +13% HST = $2395.60
Regular Rate is $2200 + $250 Materials + 13% HST = $2768.50
A 20% Group Rate is available for groups of 6+. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE OFFER PAYMENT PLANS FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT PAY THE ENTIRE TUITION AT ONE TIME. YOU MUST, HOWEVER, HAVE PAID FOR THE ENTIRE COURSE PRIOR TO BEING ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TRAINING. IF YOU WISH TO EXPLORE THIS OPTION, PLEASE CONTACT US: email@example.com
You will receive the following materials:
A copy of the Compassion Fatigue Train the Trainer Workbook
A copy of the Compassion Fatigue Workbook
Our Compassion Fatigue DVD video Bundle
A data key, containing a power point presentation template and additional reading materials
The “one hour bites” training webinars and power points
Ebook: Designing and Marketing a Compassion Fatigue Workshop in 10 Key Steps
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Cancellation Policy for Courses, Workshops and Conferences:
We reserve the right to cancel courses should the number of registrations be insufficient.
TEND Cancellation Policy for In-Person Events
Although we do our best to avoid cancelling events, we reserve the right to cancel courses should the number of registrations be insufficient. We are not responsible for any travel/hotel costs that may be affected by the cancellation of a course. We normally aim to notify participants 15 days prior to the event, should we need to cancel it.
A colleague may attend in your place. Simply email us with the name of the person who will be attending in your place.
Cancellation 14 days or more before the event
If you notify us 14 days or more before the event, we will issue you a refund minus a $35.00 administration fee.
Cancellation fewer than 14 days before the event
If you notify us 14 days or fewer before the event, we will issue you a refund minus a $50.00 administration fee.
*This policy does not apply to the CARE4YOU Conference. See the www.cfconference.ca website for conference policy.
Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback from past participants:
I can’t echo enough how great and resourceful this TTT has been. Between the abundance of material, hearing people share on the Q and As and the delivery through instruction over the 4 webinars I feel good about what has come from this and the support that is available should I need any further in preparing to deliver workshops this year.
I think the homework after the webinar was extremely useful. It helped digest the information in our own way.
The most useful part of the training was the practical and “real” stories provided by Françoise which brought the reality of delivering the workshops to life.
It is rare to be able to sit, listen, and digest new material. The webinar provided me with a thoughtful opportunity to have a focused session, go away and read, and then (in a graduated fashion) demonstrate my learning. The workload was as described in the first session and was appropriate.
I found the ideas for needs assessment, and the appropriate emphasis on knowing your audience, as well as the suggestions for having healthy living demonstrations. I would actually like to develop a workshop that would allow participants to spend a day sampling various activities.
This training was excellent; I feel way more confident than I did at the beginning in my ability to deliver a decent workshop!