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Dialogue Facilitator

Calendar
Social Justice NPO Events
Date
02.11.2022 17:00 - 20:00
Author
Social Justice Admin
Url
https://forms.gle/z3PSU419YuScMWGJ8

Description

SA IN DIALOGUE: TRAINING - A NEW FAMILY ETHOS
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REGISTER HERE

 DO YOU WANT CHANGE? DO YOU WANT SOLUTIONS? Only YOU can bring the change YOU seek.

Do you who want to make a difference where you are through constructive dialogue. Join our Free 3-Hour Dialogue training via Zoom. After the session is completed, the delegate can host a Dialogue table on 25 November (16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign). Theme for the day : ‘A new Family Ethos’ click to see more information

 

‘A new Family Ethos’

What is Ethos? ‘Ethos can be defined as the distinguishing character, sentiment, moral nature or guiding beliefs of a person or group’. In context of family Ethos, we focus on the beliefs, morals and characteristics that has been past on from generation to generation. A child is not born an abuser or aggressor, but these aggressive characteristics are imprinted on to that child through what they observe in their family home. By addressing the Family Ethos and assuring new ways to generate a new Family Ethos we can then prevent and ensure that these morals and characteristics are not imprinted on the next generations. .. What can we do differently after 25 Nov ?

Register Here for one of the 3 training sessions.

 

COURSE CONTENT

Introduction to South Africa in Dialogue (SAID)
Dialogue and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Introduction to Mediation
The Reality of Conflict
Understanding Dialogue
The Four Stages of Dialogue
The Basic Steps to Dialogue
Basic Concepts of Mirroring
The Importance of Dealing with Trauma in Dialogue
Soft Skills for Dialogue Facilitators
Ethics and Professional Conduct for Dialogue
Certification as a Dialogue Facilitator

 

COURSE OUTCOME

After the training participants will have good knowledge and understanding of:
The Concept of Dialogue
Our Vision for Dialogue in the South African Context
Facilitating Dialogues on Various Platforms

 

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Your hosts are Dr Charles Flaendorp, Theuns Stofberg, Dr Christo Naude, Rev Dereck Beukes & Laurie Greyvenstein who are all accredited family mediators. They come from diverse backgrounds and have studied the concept of dialogue.

 

WORKSHOP DETAILS

PRESENTERS: Dr Charles Flaendorp, Theuns Stofberg, Dr Christo Naude, Rev Dereck Beukes & Laurie Greyvenstein

VENUE: Zoom

DATE:

 

2 November 2022

TIME: 17h00 – 20h00

Each delegate will receive a Pdf version of our SAID and course materials. This course bears 4-CPD points for mediators. You only need to attend one 3-hour training sessions. Register Here for one of the 3 training sessions.

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About Social Justice NPO (165-067NPO)

Social Justice Foundation is a Non-profit Organisation with its head quarters in Cape Town, incorporated in terms of the laws of the Republic of SA.  It renders a variety of services to members of the public and government departments.  It functions with various cost centres, including the membership organisation structure with a subcommittee as its board for the benefit of its members.  The organisation is managed by its Board of Executive members and co-opted members. 

Payments

Social Justice Foundation NPO

FNB Account number:
62745396277
Branch Code:
252645 Menlyn Park

Contact Us

General Enquiries: admin@socialjustice.org.za
Landline 021 300 6309
MediationServices
and Training Enquiries

Tel 064 800 3975

Address

HEAD OFFICE
WJ Louw Building, 9 Old Paarl Road, Bellville
POSTAL ADDRESS

P O Box 4846,

Tygervalley,

7536

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Our Processes

Social Justice NPO is home to like-minded individuals with a shared vision and mission to address inequalities in society, various social justice issues by promoting access to justice, restoring justice to a deeply divided society, the rendering access to justice through alternative dispute resolution including mediation, restorative justice & peacemaking and the empowering individuals & communities through education and training.