Challenging behaviour

Recognising and responding to challenging behaviour

As a facilitator, one of the skills you will need to focus on is how to deal with negative or difficult behaviour within group settings. Hopefully, this is a rare occurrence but it’s a good idea to be prepared for those challenges when they arise.  We offer accredited and non-accredited courses on Facilitation for various Read more about Recognising and responding to challenging behaviour[…]

Making Action Learning Work

Making Action Learning Work!

Re-blogged from WCVA In addition to training and bespoke support the Communities First Support Service is offering an increasing number of people in the CF workforce the opportunity to learn from each other via our Outcome Learning Groups (OLGAs). These are based on the methodology of Action Learning. Here, Jane Lewes from The Learning Consultancy, Read more about Making Action Learning Work![…]

Introducing our new administrator: Non Humphries

I have now been the new Administrator for Participation Cymru for a grand total of two weeks, so about time I wrote my first blog post to introduce myself. I am from Cardiff and graduated in psychology from the University of Bristol in July 2013 before returning to work for Sustrans Cymru as an Office Read more about Introducing our new administrator: Non Humphries[…]

Introducting our new administrator: Jon Birts

This is just a short post to introduce myself as the new administrator for Participation Cymru. Since joining the team in June I have been learning lots about the concepts of citizen engagement, participation and involvement. Through helping to arrange the new upcoming training programme, I now have a good insight into the different types Read more about Introducting our new administrator: Jon Birts[…]

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