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            a course in communication skillsand conflict transformation


Transforming Conflict
Facilitating Nonviolence
A Facilitator's Guide

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TRANSFORMING CONFLICT is a collection of
Curriculums and delivery strategies            Experiential or interactive learning activities
for the teaching of communication and conflict transformation using experiential or interactive learning styles.

TRANSFORMING CONFLICT can be used to teach

    1. TAFE NSW units
  • Use Strategies to Transform Conflict      NSWTCOM211A
  • Facilitate Nonviolence and Conflict Resolution      NSWTCOM312A
  • Respond to Signs and Sources of Conflict      NSWTCOM111A
  • Apply strategies to Resolve Conflict      NSWTCOM311A
    2. Any course or subject/module/unit on
  • Conflict transformation
  • Communication
  • Cooperation
  • Community Building
  • Self-esteem
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Nonviolence Communication
  • Team Building
  • Affirmation
  • Building Trust
TRANSFORMING CONFLICT is suitable for students of all ages
  • TAFE NSW
  • Tertiary and college students
  • Adult Learners
  • K-12 school students  
  • Youth at Risk
     To use TRANSFORMING CONFLICT, you can
  1. Find out more about Transforming Conflict
     
  2. Find out more about the course
     
  3. Order a copy of the teachers manual "Transforming Conflict Facilitating Nonviolence: a Facilitator's Guide" - a 204 page manual published by TAFE NSW.
     
  4. Find out more about teacher training
     
  5. Request a licence to teach the units from TAFE NSW

     BACKGROUND

The TRANSFORMING CONFLICT subject/modules/units and course were developed for TAFE NSW (Technical and Further Education) and accredited for use by TAFE throughout Australia.

The learning activities were developed by a group of Sydney school, special education and TAFE college teachers. They adapted the group experiential, transformational learning strategies and learning activities from a range of sources including Help Increase the Peace Program (HIPP) and the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) for use in classrooms.

During the last thirty years teams of Help Increase the Peace Program (HIPP) and Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) facilitators have run nonviolence conflict transformation workshops in schools, community groups and prisons in more than 40 countries.

TRANSFORMING CONFLICT relates to both the learning of skills to transform a conflict and the potential of transformational learning that can enable a learner to transform the way they look at conflict and the way they habitually respond to conflict.
 
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