Courses toward becoming a certified Professional Role-Playing Game Facilitator.


This 6 hour program, is one of several that provide training toward reaching level 1 certification as a Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Total Training Hours: 5 to 8 Hours depending on RPG format.

RPG Formats Included: One of 4 Formats (TRPG, LARP, CRPG, SRPG)

Total Rate (local): $720 (max 6 trainees)

Local Rate / Remote Training: $720 (max 6 trainees per course)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisite Training: None

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching). Require 90%+ test score to receive certificate. Testing is immediately after course completion or can be scheduled later.

Training Certification Received: Role-Playing Gaming Facilitator Level 1 (RPGF-1). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 1 to 6 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laypersons and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Overview Presentation (2 hours)
  • Interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (2 to 5 hours depending on RPG format).
  • Processing of play experience in the session(s) (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

Note: Training can be delivered either as one 6 hour day-long program, 2 half day (3 hour) programs. All training must take place in the same week.


This program provides level 1 training certification as a Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Typical Classroom Hours:  xx

RPG Formats Included: Tabletop

Total Rate (local): $500 (minimum 3 trainees per classroom maximum 6 trainees per classroom)

Local Rate / Remote Training: $250 (max 6 trainees per course)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisite Training: None

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching). Require 90%+ test score to receive training certificate. Testing is immediately after course completion or can be scheduled later.

Training Certification Received: Role-Playing Gaming Facilitator Level 1 (RPGF-1). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 3 to 6 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laypersons and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Overview Presentation (2 hours)
  • Interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (2 to 5 hours depending on RPG format).
  • Processing of play experience in the session(s) (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

Note: Training can be delivered either as one 6 hour day-long program, 2 half day (3 hour) programs. All training must take place in the same week.



This program provides level 1 training certification as a Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Typical Classroom Hours:  xx

RPG Formats Included: LARP

Total Rate (local): $500 (minimum 3 trainees per classroom maximum 6 trainees per classroom)

Local Rate / Remote Training: $250 (max 6 trainees per course)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisite Training: None

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching). Require 90%+ test score to receive training certificate. Testing is immediately after course completion or can be scheduled later.

Training Certification Received: Role-Playing Gaming Facilitator Level 1 (RPGF-1). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 3 to 6 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laypersons and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Overview Presentation (2 hours)
  • Interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (2 to 5 hours depending on RPG format).
  • Processing of play experience in the session(s) (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

Note: Training can be delivered either as one 6 hour day-long program, 2 half day (3 hour) programs. All training must take place in the same week.


This program provides level 1 training certification as a Solo Adventure Books & Modules Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Typical Classroom Hours:  xx

RPG Formats Included: SABM

Total Rate (local): $550 (1+ students per classroom session)

Local Rate / Remote Training: $500 (1+ students per classroom session)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisite Training: None

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching). Require 90%+ test score to receive training certificate. Testing is immediately after course completion or can be scheduled later.

Training Certification Received: Role-Playing Gaming Facilitator Level 1 (RPGF-1). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 3 to 6 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laypersons and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Overview Presentation (2 hours)
  • Interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (2 to 5 hours depending on RPG format).
  • Processing of play experience in the session(s) (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

Note: Training can be delivered either as one 6 hour day-long program, 2 half day (3 hour) programs. All training must take place in the same week.


This program provides level 1 training certification as a Solo Adventure Books & Modules Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Typical Classroom Hours:  xx

RPG Formats Included: SABM

Total Rate (local): $350 (1+ students per classroom session)

Local Rate / Remote Training: $200 (1+ students per classroom session)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisite Training: None

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching). Require 90%+ test score to receive training certificate. Testing is immediately after course completion or can be scheduled later.

Training Certification Received: Role-Playing Gaming Facilitator Level 1 (RPGF-1). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 3 to 6 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laypersons and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Overview Presentation (2 hours)
  • Interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (2 to 5 hours depending on RPG format).
  • Processing of play experience in the session(s) (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

Note: Training can be delivered either as one 6 hour day-long program, 2 half day (3 hour) programs. All training must take place in the same week.


This program provides training appropriate for level 2 certification as a Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Focus: All (Layperson, Education, Healthcare).

Typical Classroom Hours: xx

RPG Formats Included: Tabletop

Total Rate (local): $1,500 (max 20 trainees)

Rate (teleconference): $1,300 (max 6 trainees).

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Prerequisites: RPGF-1 in related RPG format.

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching, short essay, long essay, applied performance evaluation).  Require 90%+ test score to receive certificate.

Training Certification Received: RPGF-1 + Format Identifier (Example: RPGF-1+TRPG, RPGF-1+LARP, etc.). Certificate is valid for 5 years, or can be renewed with CEUs.

Number of Trainees: 1 to 20 trainees per session.

Details: This program is available to both laymen and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Refresher shorter version of the Overview Presentation (1 hour), plus more depth
  • RPG advocacy training (1 hour)
  • 2 or more interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (6 hours).
  • Post-game sessions processing (2 hours)
  • Additional information on special considerations for working special needs populations as an aide to the GME or GMT (2 hours).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats: 

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

* Note: Training can be delivered either as two day-long (6 hour) sessions, or 3 half-day ( 4 hour) programs. All training must take place within a 1 week period.


This program provides level 3 training appropriate toward certification as a Role-Playing Game Facilitator.

Course ID: RPGF-300-01

Focus: All (Layperson, Education, Healthcare).

Typical Classroom Hours: xx

RPG Formats Included: Tabletop

Total Rate (local): $2,000 (max 20 trainees)

Rate (teleconference): $1,700 (max 6 trainees)

Rate (on-site distant): Negotiable / RPG Trailer

Number of Trainees: 1 to 20 trainees per session.

Prerequisite Training/Experience: RPGF-2 in related RPG format, 50+ verified related hours.

Post-training test: Yes (multiple-choice, fill in the blank, matching, short essay, long essay, project paper, and applied performance evaluation).   Require 90%+ test score to receive training certificate.

Training Certification Received: RPGF-3 in specific format. Example: RPGF-3+TRPG, RPGF-3+LARP, etc.

Details: This program is available to both laymen and established professionals.

This program includes:

  • Background refresher and RPG advocacy (1 hour).
  • Hands-on interactive participation as a player and assistant to a GME or GMT (12 hours).
  • Post-game processing (2 hours).
  • Considerations and adaptations for various populations, and how to be the most effective in facilitating their RPG experience and assisting the GME or GMT (3 hours).
  • Program planning considerations for various facilities and assisting GME or GMT in program plan design and implementation (1 hour).
  • Short guided experience as a GM (1 hour).

 

Training includes introductory interactive participation in one of 4 RPG formats: 

  • Tabletop (TRPG)
  • Live-action (LARP)
  • Solo and group computer-based (CRPG)
  • Solo adventure books and modules (SRPG).

 

* Note: Training can be delivered either as two day-long (8 hour) sessions, or 4 half-day ( 4 hour) programs. All training must take place within a contiguous 2 week period.