Social-Emotional Learning Facilitator Training Guide

Upon completing the facilitator training, facilitators will be able to: 1) Understand the importance of social emotional learning for children affected by crisis 2) Use the social emotional learning tools effectively. 3) Design active and fun learning activities for students to build their social and emotional skills. 4) Develop social and emotional skills in children through active-learning strategies, modeling social and emotional skills, and responding to their students’ needs, 5) Demonstrate effective use of the SEL weekly lesson plan format.

The proposed SEL training schedule is for 3 days with 6.5 hours of content each day totaling 19.5 hours of training. The schedule can accommodate 1.5 hours for lunch and tea breaks for a total of 8 hours per day.

Resource Info

Resource Type

Training Material


Published by

International Rescue Committee (IRC)


Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
Social and Emotional Learning