Are you a certified WILD Educator looking to take the next step? Share your passion for environmental learning with other educators by becoming a WILD Education Facilitator! By joining the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s network of program facilitators, you can connect others to the benefit of experiential learning.
This weekend-long professional development course will give you the experience you need to lead your own WILD Education workshops for other educators. You’ll gain experience showcasing a variety of activities from the Project WILD, Below Zero and WILD About Sports guides, and you’ll learn how to conduct a needs assessment and adapt lesson plans to participants’ specific curriculum needs and instructional settings — whether they’re in a classroom, outdoor centre, or urban or rural environment.
You’ll also get to network with other passionate environmental educators and discover a wealth of additional resources, ideas, tactics and activities you can use to help educators make the links between wildlife and nature.
What is Included?
- Onsite meals
- Guided immersion in all WILD Education programs
- Detailed instruction manuals
- Facilitator's handbook
- Facilitator certification (ability to lead introductory workshops)
Prerequisites: You must have completed at least one Project WILD, Below Zero or WILD About Sports Introductory workshop to participate in facilitator training.
Join our community of WILD Educators
Learn about upcoming professional development opportunities and receive access to resources specifically designed to complement and build on CWF’s suite of WILD Education programs.