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Nonviolent Direct Action Workshop Facilitator

Group:XRUK Talks & Training
Posted:15/01/2024
Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:4
Meeting Time: Talks & Training: Wednesdays 10-11.30am. Attendence is optional
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule: Deliver NVDA workshops - currently these are every 2nd Sunday however you can deliver workshops to fit your schedule
Essential Skills: Good communication skills. Everything else can be taught!
Desired Skills: Deliveing talks / training / workshops
Knowledge of XR and/or NVDA
Knowledge of XR's communication platforms.
Accessibility considerations: This is a remote role, all you need is Wifi and a computer or smartphone. If there is anything we can do to adjust the role to better meet your needs please let us know.

Train to deliver our national Nonviolent Direct Action (NVDA) workshops.
NVDA is the heart of XR and is essential training to keep rebels safe.
We need facilitators to deliver NVDA online and in person.
Join our experienced and friendly team and support the movement.
Your training will take about three hours and can be delivered flexibly to suit you.

To find out more information on the XRUK NVDA Team and its Parent Circle - XRUK Talks & Training, please read their mandates by selecting the links below:

XRUK NVDA Team mandate

XRUK Talks & Training [Parent] Circle mandate

We look forward to hearing from you.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

XRUK Talks & Training

Location: XR UK (UK Wide)

XRUK Talks & Training coordinates talks, training and workshops for the movement upon request, and we proactively organise talks, training and workshops across the movement. Our other roles consist of collating and cataloguing talk, training and workshop materials from across the movement, making training information accessible to the movement and ensuring that training materials and training, are accessible to all volunteers. We maintain a database of XRUK speakers and trainers, as well as writing, updating and distributing the 'Non Violent Direct Action' (NVDA), 'Heading for Extinction' (H4E) and Street Speakers' training/talks materials. And lastly, we provide support to other XRUK circles to improve the quality of their talks, training and workshops.

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