The Canadian Standards & Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners (S & Gs)
Area of Specialization: S2 Facilitated Individual and Group Learning
These are competencies needed if you provide Facilitated Individual and Group Learning Services to clients.
Facilitated Individual and Group Learning refers to applying learning principles in order to design, develop, adapt and deliver a range of experiential activities leading to knowledge and skill acquisition. Activities are tailored towards meeting specific career-life planning needs of individuals or groups of clients. Learning activities may occur in one-on-one interview meetings, in classrooms (usually by guidance counsellors and co-operative education teachers), in supervised work experience (cooperative education teachers), and/or workshop settings.
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|S2.1 Possess Knowledge About How to Facilitate Learning||S2.1.1 Describe commonly accepted principles of learning|
|S2.1 Possess Knowledge About How to Facilitate Learning||S2.1.2 Define techniques commonly used to facilitate learning|
|S2.2 Facilitate Learning||S2.2.1 Prepare for program delivery|
|S2.2 Facilitate Learning||S2.2.2 Determine clients’ existing competencies|
|S2.2 Facilitate Learning||S2.2.3 Deliver programs|
|S2.2 Facilitate Learning||S2.2.4 Evaluate program|
|SSC2.1 Facilitate Groups||SSC2.1.1 Describe the principles of group facilitation|
|SSC2.1 Facilitate Groups||SSC2.1.2 Facilitate groups|