The Training for Trainers Model

Facilitators’ Training for Workshops

 Victor Capuzzo and Darnell Jones, high school Training Active Bystanders trainers, teach at the Feb. 2013 Holyoke Community College regional training.
Victor Capuzzo and Darnell Jones,
high school Training Active Bystanders trainers,
teach at the Feb. 2013 Holyoke Community College regional training.

TAB uses a Training for Trainers model (T4T) which supports broad implementation in which many thousands are trained annually.

TAB is powerfully relevant and easily replicable in different cultural and age-diverse settings because facilitators are of the culture in which they teach. During a day-long session, those who have participated in the two-hour workshop learn to facilitate it. In pairs, facilitators run workshops paired with any other facilitator. Talented TAB facilitators are invited to become Instructors, the people who train TAB facilitators.