This role involves being a part of the leadership team, observing the senior facilitators and the way they work in order to support your own development as a facilitator.
For men that have completed the Global Rites of Passage Leadership Training program and wish to assist on future camps to learn more about the work and processes.
During your time as a trainee facilitator you will also be asked to assist and get involved in many facets of the camp organisation including logistics and the various activities we run.
A dedicated senior facilitator will usually be assigned to the group of trainee facilitators and senior participants to inform you of the processes we do and why we do them. He will also support you to understand as much as possible about the program and the methodology behind what we do.
Please browse The Making of Men Camp page for dates and contact us if you would like to attend.
Please note there is a cost involved and this program only applies to young men who have previously attended a camp.
Yes there is a fee of $350, which covers your food and contributes to the cost of paying a senior facilitator to train your group. The reason for the charge is also that this is part of your training to learn the skills to become a facilitator on your own camps and apply these skills in other areas of your work and life.
No, if you commit to the camp it is important that you stay the whole time.
No, this camp is for the boys and men who attend. As a trainee you need to understand that you are here to observe and learn the process and skills of being a facilitator, not to do your own personal development work.
Note: It is important that you know that if you are disrupting the process we will reserve the right to insist that you leave the camp.