Passport to Leadership 3: Leadership in Action
Passport to Leadership 3 is currently under review. Please check back at a later date for more information regarding future offerings. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
In Passport to Leadership 3, take your leadership and personal development to the next level. In this skills-based, experiential program, you will put what you learned in P2L 1 and 2 about leadership, self-awareness and working effectively with others, into action.
Through a series of online modules and in-person training sessions, you will learn a set of skills in a specific area of practice. As you develop these skills you will apply them as an apprentice, working with staff mentors on related projects and programs across campus.
What are the prerequisites of P2L 3?
What are the requirements and time commitment of P2L 3?
This program has the following requirements. Participants must meet all of the following requirements in order to successfully complete the program:
- Attend all Core Training Sessions: Thursdays 1:30pm to 4:30pm (see dates and times);
- Complete the online components for each Core Training Session (one introductory module; one Canvas module per session (5); each will take you approximately 45-60 minutes to complete);
- Attend Sessions 1, 3 and 5 (at minimum) of one of the Passport to Leadership 1 cohorts
What will I learn?
- The role of a facilitator;
- Effective facilitation tools and techniques;
- How to facilitate group dynamics and challenging situations;
- How to facilitate the P2L 1 program; and
- Your personal strengths and style as a facilitator.
What is the cost of P2L 3?
- There is no cost to participate in P2L 3. However, the program reserves the right to charge an administrative fee for those who do not complete the program or drop-out after the cancellation deadline.
The Passport to Leadership suite of programs allows you to explore your own leadership development, working with others, and maximizing your leadership potential.
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i Note: This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official University document that tracks students’ co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record.