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Become a Peer Leader

 

Self-management programs are led by peer leaders, many living with chronic conditions themselves.

 

Who should become a leader?

Adults 19 years and older who have attended a Take Charge program in the past. Leaders can be health care professionals, caregivers, family members, community volunteers, educators,  anyone who is interested in supporting people with a chronic health conditions to better manage their symptoms.

 

Leader Attributes

  • Non-judgmental and open to new ideas

  • Responsible, respected and trustworthy

  • Committed towards helping others

  • Willing to listen, learn new skills and be a healthy role model

  • Committed to the philosophy of the program

What are the benefits of becoming a leader?

  • Learn facilitation skills
  • Learn techniques and strategies you can use in your own life
  • Share in other people's success

What is involved with the training?

  • You must attend a leader training workshop, which is 4 days in length
  • Once you complete the 4 day training, you will receive a Leader Trainer Certificate
  • You must be willing to deliver your first  workshop with in the first 6 months after your training date.
  • Training is free
  • Training workshops are interactive and fun.

Am I on my own when delivering a program?

  • Workshops are delivered with 2 leaders.  You will be partnered with a more experienced leader until you are comfortable.
  • All registration, materials and evaluations are handled by the Waterloo Wellington Self- Management team

Still interested and willing to attend a peer leader training? 

 

Upcoming Leader Training Sessions

Leader Training Program Date Time Location

Take Charge Chronic Disease

November 6th + 7th, 2017

November 13th + 14th, 2017

9:00am - 4:30pm

Langs CHC

1145 Concession Road,

Cambridge, ON

Room: N210

 

Please note:  This training session is now full.  If you are interested in training to become a volunteer peer leader, please fill out the application below and a member from our team will be in contact with you to discuss future training opportunities.

Thank you

 

 

 

Leader Application Form

* First Name
* Last Name
* Telephone
Mobile
* E-Mail
* Address
* City
* Postal Code (A1A 1A1)
* Are you easily able to travel to multiple locations within the Waterloo Wellington region?

* What are your reasons for wanting to become a Stanford CDSMP Leader
* Do you agree to participate in an interview?
Upon review of your application, you may be asked to complete an interview.


* Reference Check
I agree to undertake or submit evidence of a valid Police Reference Check at my own expense. I understand that if the Reference Check is not satisfactory, I may not be offered a leader postion.


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