Independent Contracted Facilitators
What is an Independent Contracted Facilitator?
Independent Contracted Facilitators are paid to deliver training on behalf of SafeCare BC. They deliver workshops to continuing care workers throughout British Columbia.
Contracted Master Facilitators are highly experienced facilitators in their respective curriculum streams. Not only can they deliver training to staff, they’re also qualified to train and mentor new Peer Facilitators on behalf of SafeCare BC.
What are the benefits?
- Expand your skill-set. Becoming an Independent Contracted Facilitator is an excellent opportunity for personal and professional growth. You’ll increase your knowledge, build valuable facilitation skills, and collect continuing education hours to maintain certification.
- Make an even bigger impact. You will directly improve the health and safety of those in the continuing care sector.
- Have flexibility. You get to select facilitation dates that work for your schedule.
- Get paid. We’ll pay you to deliver workshops on our behalf.
Am I eligible?
To be eligible, you must:
- Have completed Peer Facilitator training and Mentorship in an eligible program stream.
The eligible program streams are as follows:
- Provincial Violence Prevention Curriculum (PVPC)
- Gentle Persuasive Approaches in Dementia Care (GPA)
- Safety Leadership Education
- Safe Resident Handling or Safe Client Handling
What’s the application criteria?
We rate applications based on the following:
- The training demand in the region where you’re located
- Your experience in the continuing care sector
- Your experience with the curriculum
- Your facilitation skills
- Your availability to facilitate.
How do I apply?
We’ll be collecting applications until November 15.
- Step 1: Review the information online and determine whether this is an opportunity you wish to pursue.
- Step 2: Review the sample agreement and direct any questions to email@example.com.
- Step 3: Complete and submit the application form. We’ll contact you about your application and may ask follow-up questions. Our interest in contracting you will depend on our current training needs. If we haven’t seen you facilitate recently, we may request an opportunity to assess your content knowledge and facilitation skills.
- Step 4: We’ll contact you about the status of your application. If we’d like to move forward, we’ll send you an Agreement to sign.
- Step 5: Once the Agreement is signed, we’ll connect you with our programs and events coordinator, who’ll schedule workshops for you to facilitate. You’ll need to arrange general liability insurance (GLI) before your first workshop.