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REMOTE or EXTENDED Assessment Requirements -

Clean Facilitator Level I   DRAFT version 1.0 FOR COMMENT

To be read in conjunction with the current version of ‘Criteria for Competence in Clean Language, Clean Space & Symbolic Modelling - Level I’  (v1.5 with v.1.6 waiting ratification).

Session/ Credit no.

Activity

Timing

Possible media

Assessor

Notes

1

Facilitate basic Clean Space session.

30 mins

+

10 mins f/b

In order of preference:

 - Face to face

 - Skype video

 - Video recording

Assessor

1 or 2

2

Develop a Resource

30 mins

+

10 mins f/b

 - Face to face

 - Skype video

 - Video recording

(see note 4)

Assessor

1 or 2

Starting question: “When you are facilitating cleanly at your best, that’s like what?”

3

Identify a sequence

30 mins

+

10 mins f/b

 - Face to face

 - Skype video

 - Video recording

(see note 4)

Assessor

1 or 2

Can be a continuation of session 2 (if same client).

Or start by asking “When you are learning at your best, that’s like what?” and go immediately into modelling a sequence.

4

Develop a desired outcome metaphor landscape

30 mins

+

10 mins f/b

 - Face to face

 - Skype video

 - Video recording

(see note 4)

Assessor

1 or 2

Starts with “What would you like to have happen?”

5

Facilitate basic Clean coaching session

40 mins

+

15 mins f/b

Face to face - if at all possible

(Skype video or video recording if not)

Assessors

1 or 2

(see note 6)

Can be a continuation of session 4 (if same client and only a short time between sessions). Or have client and candidate do some work together beforehand and recap where they are up to at the start of the assessed session. Otherwise a longer session may be needed if Assessor 2 has not seen the candidate before.

6

Candidate awarded Clean Facilitator - level I Certificate

When the Criteria for Competency have been demonstrated and all five ‘competency credits’ have been achieved.

General Notes:

  1. Sessions 2, 3, 4 and 5 to be completed in that order. Session 5 should not be arranged until the candidate has demonstrated competency at sessions 2, 3 and 4.  Session 1, Clean Space, can be completed anywhere in the sequence.

  1. The candidate must facilitate at least 3 different clients to demonstrate their ability to work with a range of people and landscapes.

  1. The environment and client will need to be prepared prior to the session – they know their role, the nature of the activity and they have their outcome/topic drawn/written as required so everything is ready to start on time.

  1. Audio-only may be used for one of session 2, 3 or 4 but no more since the assessor must be able to observe how the candidate uses their non-verbals in relation to the client’s non-verbals.

  1. There may be a time limit (e.g. 2 years) within which the certification needs to be completed.

  1. If  Assessor 1 is the ‘lead’ assessor who observes most of sessions 1-4, then Assessor 2 must observe at least session 5.

Draft version 1.0 prepared by James Lawley & Marian Way, 12 Jan 2012

James Lawley

James LawleyJames Lawley is a UKCP registered psychotherapist, coach in business, and certified NLP trainer, and professional modeller. He is a co-developer of Symbolic Modelling and co-author (with Penny Tompkins) of Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling. For a more detailed  biography see about us and his blog.

 
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