Guidelines for Educators
Completion of 1 day Introductory Rock and Water Workshop
Completion of the introductory one-day workshop entitles educators to teach the basics of lessons 1 – 6 to STUDENTS ONLY as this is written in the starters manual. It does not entitle the educator who has completed the training to conduct train-the-trainer workshops for other educators.
Completion of 3 day Rock and Water Workshop
On completion of the 3 day Rock and Water workshop with one of our Master Instructors or Freerk Ykema, you can deliver the program within schools or youth organisations to STUDENTS and PARENTS ONLY. It does not entitle the educator who has completed the training to conduct train-the-trainer workshops for other educators.
Completion of Level II Advanced Training Workshop
On completion of a Level II Advanced Training workshop you are permitted to run 1 day introductory Rock and Water workshops for other teachers or educators within your school or organisation only. If you work for a youth organisation or a consultancy firm you can only run a 1 day introductory workshop to educators within your immediate organisation. You are not authorised to run a 1 day introductory workshop to any school in which you are running the program with students.
Use of the Rock and Water Logo
Rock and Water Consultancy – please be advised that if you are running the Rock and Water Program within schools for students you are NOT authorised to use the Rock and Water logo for promotional purposes. The Rock and Water Logo is copyrighted.
Where you are quoting the Rock and Water Program or the Gadaku Institute in any articles, reports or promotion it is imperative that you credit the resource from which you have taken the information.
Use of Rock and Water Logo – Family Action Centre and Master Instructors
The Family Action Centre / Gadaku Institute and our employed Master Instructors can use the Rock and Water Logo. No other organisations or individuals should be using the Gadaku logo.
Any school or organisation that is running the program should be accrediting the program correctly by referring to the source that they have received the information.