Visual Facilitation Training for trainers & facilitators
Location: The Workshop space (Greenwood) Seattle
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BOOST LEARNING AND ACCELERATE COLLABORATION!
Do you want to make the learning stick in your trainings and workshops? Or do you take leadership in stimulating effective collaborations?
Get your message across effectively using visual aids.
Join the 1,5-day Visual Facilitation Training and learn to use Visual Language to message attractively and effectively by improving your drawing skills and hand writing. Your audience will leave your sessions recalling what you spoke about and what they have understood and learned because they have seen it on paper.
At the end of these 2 days you will:
feel full of energy and playfulness through all the creative work
have increased confidence in using of the visual language in front of your audience
be powerfully stimulated in sharing visual language with your audience
have practices making your own visuals and real size flipchart
have visual elements for immediate use and ideas for creating new metaphors according to your needs
Host: Pam Orbach
Facilitators: Mireille van Bremen (The Netherlands/Slovenia)
Mireille van Bremen is a Dutch national and lives in Slovenia since the summer of 2006. From there she works online or travels to support social entrepreneurs from all over the world in the field of training, education, facilitation and social change. She helps them get their message across empathically and visually by employing her knowledge and years of experience in the field of Visual Communication and Nonviolent Communication. As a coach, visual facilitator and trainer she empowers them to move forward with their projects, programs and business. While as a graphic recorder and designer, she visualizes and structures complex ideas, concepts, processes and topics so that they become clear for all people involved and visible in one image.
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All materials you absolutely need are included and provided. Although we have got some flipchart stand, if you have one, please bring it to maximize the practising possibilities. And bringing your favourite markers, crayons or other materials, might inspire others.
Lunch is self-organized, so something to eat if that serves you. (There is a microwave available.)