OPEN ONLY TO VERIDITAS CERTIFIED FACILITATORS
Advanced Facilitator Training is a leadership and skill-building workshop for Veriditas Facilitators with at least two years of experience facilitating labyrinth activities. Open only to those Veriditas trained facilitators who have been certified (or have turned in an application to be certified)
This is a three day intensive training that covers:
- The Art of Story Telling and the use of storytelling in teaching
- Enhancing Small Group Process Skills after a labyrinth walk
- Video taping your basic presentations for group feedback
- Holding presence and what that means to labyrinth facilitation
- And much more.
The cost is $799 USD or approximately 658 pound sterling.
Reverend Dr. Kay Mutert, Master Teacher
Veriditas Faculty member Rev. Dr. Kay Mutert leads labyrinth workshops in awakening new creative energy, community building, and spiritual transformation. Her Master Teacher responsibilities includes training new facilitators and renewal training for those trained in past years. She works with organizations to establish labyrinth communities, to hear the hopes of a setting and translate that into an ongoing vision. In her workshops and trainings she invites participants to discover and develop their own gifts and skills, and to build community.
Following an extended time of work with all ages in education and music, Kay then served as a minister in the United Methodist and British Methodist churches. When she left her local church ministry Kay created "DaySpring - a source of creative expression and renewal of spirit" as a conduit to work with a broader circle of community. Through her labyrinth work, she uses her experience as musician, teacher, minister, and spiritual accompanist with groups and individuals from diverse arenas of life, inviting them to discover the possibilities of the labyrinth in today’s world.
Information about Accommodation, meals and parking
The accommodation offered is in our ‘Liberty Living’ student residences on the Bedford Campus of the University of Bedfordshire. Each person will have a room with ensuite facilities in a flat of five rooms. Each flat has its own kitchen. The residences have staff/security on duty 24/7. The residences are on the edge of the Bedford campus close to where the class will be held.
There is a permanent outdoor labyrinth on the campus and we hope to install an indoor canvas labyrinth for the course.
Cost of accommodation and breakfast
The cost of three night’s accommodation including breakfast is £100. Please email Cass to reserve your accommodation at email@example.com. This will be payable to Cass Howes on arrival either in cash or by cheque made out to Sandra Howes.
Lunch will be taken in the restaurant on campus. Dinner on Monday and Tuesday will be at the ‘White Horse ‘public house which is located close to the campus. The cost of lunch and dinner is included in the tuition fee. Lunch in the campus restaurant comprises of a choice of hot and cold dishes. The White Horse menu is on their website https://www.thewhitehorsebedford.co.uk/ Sunday evening dinner can be taken at a location of the participants choice and is payable by the participant.
Parking and pass cards
There is plenty parking on campus. Please let me know if you will be parking a car/van and therefore require a parking permit. Participants will be issued with a pass card to access the outdoor labyrinth.
The academic year starts with Welcome Weekend on 21st/22nd September, however post graduate students training to be teachers will have started their course the first week in September, so there will be students on campus