TIME TO THINK FACILITATOR
Are you interested in becoming a Time To Think Facilitator? Once you complete the Foundation Course, this is your next step.
The Facilitator Course is a three day qualifying course that teaches you how to professionally present eight of the applications of a Thinking Environment explored on the Foundation Course.
The Facilitator Course classroom days are followed by the Facilitator Practicum Programme: an extensive supervised practicum during which students present to two different groups 7 applications of the Thinking Environment.
In addition to enabling practice of presenting the applications, the submission of an essay on the Ten Components is required.
Facilitators are accredited as a Time to Think Facilitator when they pass the Practicum and agree to membership in their local Thinking Environment Collegiate.
TIME TO THINK COACH
Are you interested in becoming a Time To Think Coach? After you complete the Thinking Partnership Course, this is your next step.
The Coaching Course is a four-day course (2 consecutive + 3-6 week break + 2 consecutive) in which participants can deepen their understanding and use of the Thinking Session, and refine their practice so as to apply The Thinking Session as a coaching approach.
In addition to deepening of learning and skillful use of The Thinking Session, participants will also explore:
The Two Worlds of Thinking: Exchange and Fully Independent
The spectrum of coaching interventions & their impact on the client’s independent thinking
Dialogue in a Thinking Environment as a coaching tool
Diversity, and its impact on the coach-client relationship
Departure from the Thinking Session whilst sustaining The Thinking Environment
The Coaching Course classroom days are followed by the Coach Practicum Programme: an extensive supervised practicum enabling delivery of Thinking Sessions to clients. Supervision is assisted by reflective notes and recordings.
Two essays are required – one on the different pathways the Thinking Session can follow, and one comparative essay exploring the similarities and differences between The Thinking Session as a coaching approach and one other coaching model.
Coaches are accredited as a Time to Think Coach when they pass the Practicum and agree to membership in their local Thinking Environment Collegiate.
THE CONSULTANT PROGRAMME
Further to accreditation as both a Time To Think Coach and a Time To Think Facilitator, practitioners wishing to become accredited as Consultants, can enter the Thinking Partnership Teacher Programme (TPTP) and The Consultant Programme (TCP).
This combination programme entails a further 4 classroom days and Practicum encompassing, in the following order:
Running (pro bono) the first two days of the Thinking Partnership course with a group of not more than 4 participants;
Following Day 3 of the TPTP, running, with the same group, Day 3 of the Thinking Partnership Course, under supervision.
At this stage, participants will gather for the fourth day – The Consultant
Programme day, where we will engage with two further applications of the
Thinking Environment: The Diversity Programme, and The Mentorship Programme.
Thereafter, participants will deliver 3 further days of Practicum, 1 day for
Diversity, and 2 days for Mentoring, also under supervision.
Upon successful completion of these Practicum sessions, the participants will be recommended for accreditation as Consultants.
Thinking Environment Consultants are qualified to deliver the following courses and applications of the Thinking Environment:
Supervision of Facilitators and Coaches in a Thinking Environment
THE THINKING PARTNERSHIP TEACHER PROGRAM
In certain situations, a person may wish to learn to teach the Thinking
Partnership Course, without qualifying as a Time to Think Coach, Facilitator or Consultant.
In this event, a bespoke 11 day programme has been designed to cover the following:
Teaching the Thinking Partnership Course
Facilitation of Groups in a Thinking Environment
If you are interested in this course, please email us and we will be in touch with possible dates.
COURAGE EXPERT ACCREDITATION
Time to Think Facilitators and Coaches become accredited when they pass the Practicum and agree to membership in their local Thinking Environment Collegiate which carries an annual fee of R1200.
The Thinking Environment Collegiate is a professional community of practice that enables practitioners to remain current and masterful in delivering the finest Thinking Environment expertise.
The Thinking Environment is a “live” and continuously developing body of work.
Collegiate membership entitles members to attend the quarterly Collegiate sessions which support ongoing learning and refinement of practice; access to the .pdfs of all manuals relevant to the qualification achieved, and an invitation to the yearly Collegiate day with Nancy Kline (which carries an additional fee).
The Collegiate fee also entitles the Facilitator or Coach to representation on the Global Time To Think website with a link to their own company website, if applicable.