Welcome to the Website for 

 

The English Speaking European Assessment Team

(E-SEAT)

Our leading principle is partnership at your own pace for the integration of NVC consciousness.

Our focus is care and integrity through which we bring Marshall Rosenberg's legacy of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) into the future.
We guess you are here because you have been exploring Nonviolent Communication and are looking for ways to integrate it into your life and work. One way to do this is to follow certification in NVC to become a certified trainer with the Centre for Nonviolent Communication. We follow the Certification Preparation Packet (the CPP) which has been developed over many years. With our own long experience you can be sure that we will be your guides, accompanying you through the challenging steps on the journey to become a certified trainer. Still being trainers ourselves means we are very familiar with the highs and lows of sharing NVC. 

What is an Assessment Event?

The culmination of all your development are our Assessment Events: These events are three days of living NVC with feedback for candidates. We have worked to integrate a 360° feedback processes in our work as a team as well as for candidates during assessment events.

The final step to take to join the international community of Certified Trainers. It is also a training, a workshop on feedback, a chance to contribute to community and develop skills. 

Everyone brings something and we all learn.

These events are not only for those wanting to become certified but for everyone who wants to go out into the world and share NVC.

Like no other assessment you have had before- our aim is mutuality and care for one another with the shared aim to live ideals of partnership and power 'with'.

Learning and challenge in a climate of safety, support and care. Meet the team

Some photographs of past events

We work mainly within Europe and welcome visitors from all over the world to see how we build community around the assessment process for

The Centre for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC)

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