Our Workshop Coordinators play a large part of our success as the role of a workshop coordinator is extensive. We find that our most successful coordinators, who are naturally self-motivated, are also well-networked. They communicate effectively in person and electronically. Equally important, they are dedicated to the amount of time it requires to coordinate such an event and are organized and precise while doing so.
Coordinators are responsible for determining the most appropriate venue that is conducive for the workshop or program. Additionally, they are responsible to promote and market the workshop or program to their surrounding communities with the intention of attracting those individuals or groups who will benefit from the knowledge learned and experience gained.
Many marketing tools and support are provided by The Gurney Institute of Animal Communication.
Coordinators are required to have successfully completed the Introductory Animal Communication Workshop offered through The Gurney Institute of Animal Communication. In the event a coordinator has not completed the Introductory Animal Communication Workshop, The Gurney Institute of Animal Communication will offer the Beginners Guide to Animal Communication CD to review prior to scheduling a workshop.
Coordinators who successfully coordinate workshops are given the workshop without charge. Additionally, successful Workshop Coordinators are monetarily compensated. Coordinators who successfully coordinate a HeartTalk Program® /Certification Training Program Module 1 are given the Module 1 workshop for free but are not otherwise monetarily compensated except for workshop expenses. Module 1 Workshop Coordinators will need to have taken the Introductory Animal Communication Workshop.
"Carol’s ability to make Animal Communication accessible to everyone is pure magic. Having attended several of Carol’s workshops, I was able to see first-hand the type of energy that is created amongst participants. Being from Canada, and thinking that it would be marvelous to have Carol offer workshops here, I offered to coordinate one. Now after coordinating multiple workshops, I have not only made life-long friends, I otherwise would not have met, but am able to continue to hone my skills, with people of like mind - it is a true WIN-WIN situation."
– Colleen Rolland
When you are interested in coordinating a workshop or program, after reviewing the Coordinator Position Description, and you feel you have access to a group of people up to 40 animal lovers interested in animal communication, please contact The Gurney Institute of Animal Communication office at 818-597-1154 or via email at Admin@GurneyInstitute.org.