IofC also produces Training Video Packages (TVPs) for the purpose of education and training. Current TVPs focus on the themes of reconciliation, development and cooperation to facilitate workshops, seminars and classrooms, for group discussion and learning.

Our TVP’s are off-the-shelf workshop resources accompanied by a DVD, containing video dramatisations, of conflict-related problems and their possible solutions.  These TVPs will appeal to facilitators, trainers and mediators for multi-level user access employing video-based interactivity. Workshop participants can explore a range of scenarios and consequences that are embedded in the many outcomes shown in the video dramatisations.

This product will help facilitators run structured workshops in which the video dramatisations will provide the core learning objectives. The TVP’s include supporting text-based material, including explanations of the concepts introduced in the DVD, and case-study explorations. Their main feature is their interactivity, enabling participants to respond to the learning content in a dynamic collaborative environment.
The TVP package includes a DVD and a booklet examining resolutions, their outcomes and consequences

Each package comes at £35 plus postage and packaging.
This includes institutional, educational and training use.

Two Boys and an Orange

Two boys and an orange film cover
Two boys and an orange film cover
This training resource is a classic conflict resolution exercise. Working through the metaphor of two boys disputing ownership of an orange, it shows there are many solutions to a conflict and that the best solutions are those that transform the conflict into something from which all affected parties can benefit. 


A training manual is provided for conflict resolution trainers allowing this resource to be used as part of a stand-alone workshop or broader training programme. The sale price includes a licence to use the materials in this way.
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Prisoner’s Dilemma

The Prisoners Dilemma
The Prisoners Dilemma
This training resource focuses on notions of trust, cooperation and the consequences of betrayal. Two friends are arrested for a crime they did not commit. But the police are determined that at least one of them will go to trial and each is offered a deal of freedom for informing on the other. The dilemma is clear: should they refuse to cooperate or should they accept the offer and secure their own freedom while condemning their fellow detainee to jail? A choice between trust and betrayal with lifelong consequences. 

A training manual is provided for conflict resolution trainers allowing this resource to be used as part of a stand-alone workshop or broader training programme. The sale price includes a licence to use the materials in this way.
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