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TRAIN THE TRAINER for Here: Now: Us People Common Good Training Workshop

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The Here: Now: Us People Common Good Training Workshop is a new resource created by Together for the Common Good. It provides a one-day introduction to the Common Good, designed to empower and equip people across the Christian traditions to help build community and strengthen social trust.

This event is a Train The Trainer session for experienced facilitators interested to deliver the new Here: Now: Us People Common Good Training Workshop within their own networks.

You will learn:

  • What you need to know to run the Here: Now: Us People Common Good Training Workshop.
  • About the content and appropriate delivery style for a successful Workshop.
  • Ways for managing the relationship between facilitator and host organiser.
  • Best practice tips for audience engagement and participation.

The benefits:

  • You will be equipped to run the Workshop independently as often as you wish as part of facilitating your own projects. Further opportunities via T4CG’s facilitator pool may be forthcoming.
  • Complements existing formation programmes and social action initiatives.
  • Will help you enable more people in your networks and communities respond to the call to missionary discipleship; participants need no prior theological formation.
  • Will help you identify and react more quickly to potential opportunities for practical and collaborative working for the Common Good within your communities.

Who is this for? If you can say 'yes' to the following, this for you:

  • Experienced facilitator
  • Share the T4CG ethos | Familiar with Common Good Thinking
  • Good understanding of church and parish life | Able to handle disagreement
  • Practising Christian | Some theological formation | Comfortable working ecumenically
  • Comfortable with a non-partisan approach | Collaborative by nature

The session will be led by Catherine Brady, T4CG's Director of Resource Development.

The session starts at 11am prompt and finishes by 5pm. All refreshments and lunch are included.

Each standard ticket includes one full Here: Now: Us People Training Pack, provided on the day.

If you already have a Training Pack, please select the 'Without Pack' ticket - and remember to bring your pack with you clearly labelled with your name - all participants will need their own training pack on the day.

Here Now Us Training Pack


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The nearest tubes are Mansion House, Bank or St Paul's - all of which are less than 10 minutes walk from the venue. We strongly advise against traveling by car as the only parking available is very expensive (click here for details) and you will have to pay the Congestion Charge.

What can I bring into the event?

Please bring a USB stick with you to download a digital copy of the materials.

All participants must have their own training pack on the day. If you already have a pack, please ensure you bring it with you, clearly labelled with your name! If you don't have one, please ensure you buy a Standard ticket to receive your pack on arrival.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email catherine.brady@togetherforthecommongood.co.uk.

What's the refund policy?

If you cancel more than 7 days in advance you will get a full refund. After that, unfortunately we can't offer refunds.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?


Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes, if you cannot attend and want to send someone in your place - but please check with us first and email us their details.

Who is leading the session?

After a first career in teaching, Catherine Brady started a training design company, and for the last 30 years has worked with many clients in the UK and internationally, including Marks & Spencer, Nuffield and others. Catherine is also co-founder and Chair of Grub Club, a volunteer-run initiative in her parish feeding children in school holidays. Passionate about releasing the social action potential of lay people, Catherine believes capacity can be built by strengthening church-based training and formation. Catherine works with Together for the Common Good on a pro bono basis as Director of Resource Development.

Where can I find out about the content of the workshop?

You can find out more via this link.

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