Facilitation from a humanistic perspective by Marjon Meyer

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    Ilana Smit

    Our next SAPTA Academy event will take place on Saturday 8 July at the usual venue in Kyalami Estates.

    Facilitation from a humanistic perspective: Marjon Meyer will cover the following:

    Training is about humans after all ……
    The post-modernistic view of training vs facilitation vs lecturing
    Rogers’ Instructional implications of humanistic theory
    Student-centred training
    the role of social personal development during training interventions.
    De-emphasising rigorous, performance-oriented, test-dominated approaches and rather provide opportunity for success.
    What is discovery learning?
    Kirschenbaum’s approaches to humanistic learning
    Behaviour control by valuing humanity as a self-actualising process; value creativity.
    Individuals or groups should be self-motivated and set their own goals.
    Learners become – self-responsible, because they have autonomy
    Recognise uniqueness and importance of the individual
    What is the post-modernistic reaction against overly mechanistic and dehumanising approaches.
    Personality and behavioural assessments – fad or meaningful ?
    Making your training relevant to Homo Sapiens in 2017

    Please book in advance – contact Annelize at hello@saptaonline.org for more information.

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    Charles Cotter, PhD

    Thanks for sharing, Ilana and for your event planning and arrangements – much appreciated.

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    Charles Cotter, PhD

    A rare, double-header of events for all trainers. The Southern Africa Professional Trainers Association (SAPTA) http://www.saptaonline.org will be hosting two, Networking & Development events in the flagship provinces, Gauteng & Western Cape, on Saturday 8 July 2017.

    All Gauteng-based Training Professionals are invited to attend the SAPTA Gauteng Chapter Academy event in Kyalami. SAPTA Board Member & renowned trainer, Marjon Meyer will deliver a keynote presentation, “Facilitation from a Humanistic perspective.” Delegates will be awarded 2 CPD points for their attendance. Thanks to Gauteng Chapter Chairperson, Gavin Novis & his committee members Trevor Ketler & Ilana Smit for the event planning & arrangements.

    In Cape Town, SAPTA President & international trainer, Derek Hendrikz will deliver a keynote presentation, “Success Beyond Comparison – Unravelling the secrets to a personal brand.” Thanks to W.Cape Chairperson, Rolf Kuhnast & his team for the event arrangements.

    Please reserve your seat with the SAPTA Office Manager, Annelize Burger hello@saptaonline.org for both these exciting events.

    I hope to see you there.

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    Charles Cotter, PhD

    Please refer to the attached two files.

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