Facilitator’s Guide

This facilitation guide has two main goals:

  • To help facilitators and host organizations who are considering delivering the training to get a better sense of what that might take in terms of time, logistics and facilitation experience or skills
  • To share context, tips, tools and resources that might help facilitators and host organizations as they prepare for delivering the training

It contains the following sections:

Introduction to the Training

  • Purpose of the Training
  • Purpose of this Facilitator's Guide
  • Learning Objectives
  • Case for the TWP Training

Preparation for Using the Training

  • Preparation for Hosting Organizations 
  • Identifying and Engaging with Potential Participants
  • Leadership Practice Groups
  • Pre-Survey for Participants
  • Facilitation
  • TWP Curriculum Logistical Requirements 

Using these Materials

  • Specific Module Supports
  • List of Video Links
  • List of Handouts

Evaluation

  • The Transforming Organizational Culture Assessment Tool (TOCA)
  • Pre-training Survey 
  • Immediate or Short-term Follow-up Survey
  • Longer-term Follow-up Survey 

Understanding Structural Racism

TWP Glossary

Resources

You may also download a full pdf version of the Facilitator's Guide.

We hope the guide is helpful to experienced social justice and racial equity facilitators who want to think through how best to implement the TWP curriculum. We also hope it is also useful to people and groups who want to add deeper attention to white privilege and white culture within their other educational, leadership development, transformative learning or community change efforts.

The guide is deeply informed from our own experience facilitating several rounds of pilots of the curriculum, plus from post-training surveys of participants and discussions with the organizations who hosted the pilots. It also draws on MP Associates, World Trust’s and CAPD’s experiences as facilitators of transformative learning, community engagement and multi-racial change processes, and as social justice and racial equity facilitators. Given that foundation, we also hope the guide is a useful way for us to share some of what we have learned about this very important, and very challenging, work.

At the same time, the facilitation guide is very much a work in progress. If you are reading this, and you end up using the curriculum and/or have thoughts to offer on the facilitation guide or any other aspect of the curriculum, please share. If you have questions or comments, please contact us.