7 Facilitator Interview Questions and Answers

Updated on: November 23, 2021

Winning a facilitator interview is only possible if you prepare well.

Here is a set to help you with your preparation:

Facilitator Interview Questions and Answers

1. What is the one thing that you love about working as a program facilitator?

The fact that I get to work with diverse communities and people is what makes this work extremely interesting.

2. And what do you not like about working as a program facilitator?

There isn’t anything that I dislike about working as a program facilitator. True, there are challenges that I have to look in the eye on an almost daily basis, but I am not one to be put off by problems.

3. What specific duties were assigned to you in the role of a program facilitator in your previous position?

As a program facilitator, I have been actively creating, developing, and implementing core program modules, and providing facilitation services for all projects under my belt.

4. What are your skills?

I am very skilled in:

  • Conducting workshops
  • Providing relevant information to users
  • Developing and implementing program schedules
  • Handling data collection activities
  • Creating resources and materials for service users
  • Facilitating outreach sessions
  • Organizing participants for all projects and programs
  • Supporting social skills instruction
  • Engaging participants in service activities
  • Handling filing and recording of incidents and activities
5. What make you an excellent person to hire as a program facilitator for our organization?

I am quite convinced that you will not find a better person to hire than me for this position. This is because I am highly experienced in handling the creation and implementation of programs and program modules, aimed at facilitating members, and can successfully bring all project modules to fruition, within provided deadlines.

As far as personal skills are concerned, I am an organized and efficient individual, who possesses an excellent ability to communicate with different people, from diverse communities. Moreover, I am an expert in handling needs assessments and evaluation work.

6. What has been the most difficult project that you have handled?

I was once deployed on a project in another country, where we had to bring the natives on board. Language barriers, and the constant refusal of local communities to participate made outreach efforts quite fruitless initially. However, I suggested the recruitment of a local individual to help us, which made the project quite successful.

7. What are your future aspirations?

I would like to work more in a rural community capacity, for which, I am training to be more proactive while in the field. At the moment, this is my short-term aspiration.