Nomination, Training and Accreditation Process
The training course will take place over a two-day period on February 17th & 18th of 2011 In New York City. For information about the venue please click here. Upon completion, there will be a final accreditation workshop. Details will be announced at the conference at the end of the course.
a. Formal face-to-face workshops (16 hours);
b. Guided self practice (20+ hours); and
c. Final accreditation (2 hours).
To download an itinerary of the two-day training session, Click Here.
Outline for Nomination, Training and Accreditation is as follows:
the 1.4 Billion Reasons presentation trailer: http://globalpovertyproject.com/pages/presentation
- Pre-Presentation Training: 1-2 hours reading in preparation for Day 1 of the Presentation Training and "your story."
- Day 1 – Presentation Training (Part 1): Understanding the presentation and the presenter role. Also where we share ‘your story’ on why we want to end extreme poverty and video them.
- Day 2 – Presentation Training (Part 2): Owning the presentation and technical and logistical aspects of the presentation.
Final Accreditation to Become an Official GPP Presenter:
- After the two-day training, with our support, you will take on a 4-6 week journey of learning and owning the presentation, being confident with FAQ’s, and having a solid knowledge of GPP.
- Virtual practice sessions with other trained presenters will get you to a point where you should be confident and competent enough to do your final accreditation videos showing your knowledge and skills in the presentation and representing The Global Poverty Project.
- You will receive feedback and when approved by the US Activation team they will forward your accreditation videos on to our co-founders Hugh Evans and Simon Moss for final approval.
- Once accredited you will have the power and joy of engaging, inspiring and equipping others delivering the 1.4 Billion Reasons presentation to end extreme poverty in a generation!