Introduction to visual facilitation (online for teams)
Develop confidence and creativity to use graphic techniques for personal organisation, in training & presentation, meeting facilitation and one-to-one work.
This is available as a 1/2 or 1 day online course delivered in-house (for teams).
Develop confidence to use graphic techniques for personal organisation, in training & presentation, meeting facilitation and one-to-one work.
Use this innovative and creative approach to summarise and organise ideas, promote reflection, reduce barriers to communication, increase engagement and energise collaborative processes. No artistic skills required!
To develop participant confidence in using drawing techniques to support their work
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:
- Learn basic graphic techniques
- Practice applying techniques for making visual notes
- Practice applying techniques on flipcharts for use in workshops or meetings
- Review resources to support further practice
- Discuss benefits, applications and ways of transferring training to practice
All participants will be given a basic pack of pens and a note book so you can apply what you have learnt straight after the session
This course is delivered online (for teams)
Trainer: Ruth Hallett
"Seeing Ruth ‘drawing’ the images, having a go at ‘drawing the images’, seeing a few examples of how this could be used to elicit ideas from people. It was really interesting and I could see straight away how my use of flipcharts could be much improved.”
"Kept us focused on the techniques. Creative and pitched at a level where you don’t need to draw, felt safe to not have to show to others. Liked hearing about how Ruth puts it into practice. I would definitely use these techniques for informal note taking and using a flipchart in training. ”
"Simple drawings can really add context. Enjoyed the course as I can see how, even as the bad artist that I am, I could be able to draw the required items. Great tips on using all the page in portrait and dotted line down the middle. ”
"Useful to get some ideas which I can use informally, and if ever I have to do a presentation I’ll be making use of them! ”