When you choose to self-facilitate the Helping Hands activity, we set you up for success from the start of the activity. You are not just sent a box full of miscellaneous parts, everything has been meticulously packed to ensure that the process is clear, even to a first-time facilitator.
The kits are designed to be easily scalable for large groups and the activity works just as well for a group of 600 participants as it does for a group of 6. As a facilitator, all you need to think about is how many Help Desk Operators you need to pre-train for larger groups.
- The parts to build the number of hands that you have requested. As a guide it will typically take between 3 and 5 people to build each hand.
- Step-by-step facilitation and assembly instructions, program videos and powerpoint presentations to help build these state-of-the-art hands
- Spare parts
- Tools for help desk operators to use during the exercise
- All the materials required to bind a participants hand, if this is the facilitation technique that you choose to use
We are confident that self-facilitation kits contain all of the materials that you might need to facilitate like a professional. However, if you would like to take your facilitation to the next level and ensure that you preparation is perfect why not consider one of our Facilitator Accreditation Programs prior to purchasing a self-facilitator kit? At these programs you are not only given a master-class in how to facilitate but we also help you tailor / design your first program. Facilitation accreditation is a great professional development opportunity that will ultimately enable our Helping Hands community to build more hands and have a bigger impact overseas.
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