April 4, 2016
April 4, 2016
Have you ever designed a presentation or a training session? Have you wondered why some people seem less engaged than others? Have you thought how you can make your audience really adopt the information and make changes?
If you would like to know more about how to design effective sessions and presentations, please join IGLYO’s Webinar on Sunday, April 10, at 4 pm CET. You need an internet connection on your computer or mobile phone. The webinar will take about 45 minutes.
IGLYO would like to start a series of online short workshops where our members could gain some practical basic knowledge and skills about various useful topics.
In the current format of webinars, the number of participants is limited to 8. We are open to exploring different formats so we would appreciate your thoughts and feedback about this event after it is finished.
As we do not know how many interested people there are, we will reserve spots to the webinar on a first come, first served based. Please email email@example.com with the firm intention to participate and a few sentences describing what part of your work has to do with presentations/facilitation/designing sessions and we will send invitations to the first 8 people who want to participate. If there is enough interest, we will schedule another webinar on the same topic at a later date.
Please stay in touch with us for more webinars on other interesting topics soon to come!
More information about this webinar:
Experiential learning and the 4stage session design
It is about: how to design sessions or presentations that address all types of audience; how to ensure that people go through a full cycle of learning; how to obtain maximum impact through your session
Some contexts of work where this could be useful: workshops in schools, presentations, training, group facilitation
Objective: getting some background and skills in the Experiential Learning Theory (Kolbe) and the 4stage session design format (McCarthy)
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex (LGBTQI) Youth and Student Organisation
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