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1. Assessment of Clean Facilitators


1. Introduction

2. Criteria for Certification as a Clean Facilitator – Level I

3. Remote and Extended Credit Assessment Process – Level I

4. Relationship between Credits (#3) and Criteria (#2)

5. Assessor Criteria

6. Previous versions

First a little of history. The initial Criteria (v1.0) were put together by James Lawley, Wendy Sullivan, Phil Swallow and Penny Tompkins for the first Clean Change Company certification on 18 & 19 January 2007. The criteria have been amended and extended a few times since then although always within the original structure.

The following organisations make use of these criteria as the basis of their certification/assessment/appreciation process (but you will need to check with them to be sure):

These organisations have devised different ways of conducting the process while using the same criteria as guidelines for a foundation level of competency.

If there are any other organisations who are making use the criteria, please let me know and I'll add you to the list.

These criteria are not fixed. They are open to revision and improvement. You can participate in a dialogue about these criteria at the

James Lawley

James Lawley

James LawleyJames Lawley offers psychotherapiy to individuals and couples, and coaching, research and consultancy to organisations. He is a co-developer of Symbolic Modelling and co-author (with Penny Tompkins) of Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling, (with Marian Way) Insights in Space: How to use Clean Space to solve problems, generate ideas and spark creativity and an Online training in Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling. For a more detailed biography see about us and his blog.

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