The Links and Differences between Facilitation, Training and Consulting
Trainers are in charge of both a process and the content. They have particular and specific learning objectives they must deliver on and bring content expertise to the table.
Facilitators are in charge of a process. They support a group in using the information and knowledge they possess to achieve a specific objective- but they are not responsible of the substance that the group will deliver (a decision, a plan, etc).
Consultants are mandated to perform activities in line with their field of expertise. For example, an expert in project management is given the responsibility of being a project manager.
During our initial discussion, we will study together what expertise (or combination thereof) is the most appropriate for your specific needs.