Post-primary Schools

Become a Narrative 4 Story Exchange Facilitator. ​​Start facilitating an evidence-based wellbeing programme in your classroom.

​​Online CPD training for post-primary teachers

As a facilitator, you’ll lead preparation, facilitate story exchanges, and guide participants through the process. Bring the power of storytelling to your classroom.

The training is valued at €150. Colleague offer now available: Train for €50 if your colleague is a trained N4 facilitator! Keep an eye on our social media for other offers. If cost is a barrier to you or your organisation, please get in touch. Group discounts available.

Here’s what the 8 hour CPD looks like:

  1. The Story Exchange (2 hours, delivered live on Zoom)
  2. N4’s Work and Application (4 hours, self-directed online course)
  3. Facilitation Skills (2 hours, delivered live on Zoom)
  4. Gain access to lesson plans and lead story exchanges in your classroom/community space
What you’ll learn:
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Discover the story, mission, and
vision of Narrative 4

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Experience the power of the
story exchange

Identify the essential skills of
a successful facilitator

Teach deep-listening and
intervention skills

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Get insight and inspiration on
bringing N4 to your community

Upcoming training dates for Module 1

Thursday, 23rd April 2024 16:00

“The students at the N4 schools experienced all positive emotions more frequently than the national sample […] fear, discouraged, hopeless and sad were less frequent in the N4 schools” – Yale Centre for Emotional Intelligence

Resources
to support your facilitation

Narrative 4 training and tools give students and teachers the skills they need to build authentic connections that last long after the story exchange ends. See how we’re here to support you.

This training has the power to make a long lasting positive impact on the world.

Aisling, Teacher
Limerick Education and Training Board/Foróige

It is clearly evident that the Narrative 4 Story Exchange has a major influence on the positive school experience for most students.

Patricia Gordon, Teacher

I saw a transformation of attitudes amongst the teenagers. They demonstrated a greater awareness of their own feelings. The Story Exchange opened up an undetected skillset.

 Donncha Ó Treasaigh, Director of Schools LCETB
Former Principal of Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh