good life, good death, good grief

Becoming an EASE facilitator

Each EASE course is supported by two volunteer EASE Course Facilitators.

The primary role of an EASE Course Facilitator is to create a welcoming environment, facilitate group discussion, move the course along, and ensure the course content is covered.

Some EASE facilitators bring with them professional experience, for example in palliative care, care work, bereavement support or chaplaincy. Others bring life experience in other forms, whether that is in community work, facilitation skills, education, or personal experience of death and bereavement.

All EASE Course Facilitators must first have completed the EASE course as participants as well as the short EASE Facilitator Preparation Course before they can deliver a course. All EASE courses are delivered by a pair of EASE Course Facilitators working together.

We welcome and encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences to become EASE facilitators, and go on to organise and run courses for their own communities and networks.

If this is something you are interested in, please get in touch

If you have completed the EASE course as a participant and would like to find out about upcoming EASE Facilitator Preparation Courses, please sign up here.

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