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PCM 301 EN
1 September, 2017 @ 09:00 - 17:00
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This is a 8 day seminar (2×4) for anyone who is interested to teach the Process Communication Model and give the three day PCM Basic Training (PCM 101a).
The course teaches the trainer how to integrate all the theory behind the Model and how to deliver it in a clear, practical way while demonstrating its power and impact on relationships.
The goal of these eight days is to prepare each participant for the two days of certification that will follow.
Each future certified trainer must first qualify to follow this course. The first requirement is to have completed a base seminar (minimum 3 days) and an advanced seminar within the two year window that precedes the start of the Train-the-Trainer training. A second requirementis to have met the representative of Kahler Communication Belgium and to have signed a confidentiality agreement in order to discuss business plans and the commercial conditions associated with a PCM trainer certification. The commercial contract is also be reviewed during this interview.
The new traineee must come prepared since the training begins with a knowledge test. Next , the content of the training is reviewed and the assignments handed out. During the next 8 days, each trainee will present different chapters of the 3-day base seminar while demonstrating an ability to “process” with each of the PCM personality types.
The certification days which follows is typically scheduled 3 or 4 weeks after the end of the training in order to give time to prepare all the chapters and exercise their PCM processing skills. During the certification, each trainee which has been given a chapter chosen at random must demonstrate a good knowledge of the content, skills to present it and a clear ability to interface with each of the 6 presonnality types.