How to Energize Your Workshops and Turn On the Learning

Do you need to conduct a workshop but you've never had any formal training on doing one? Have you been doing the same workshop repeatedly and are looking for some ways to liven it up a bit? Are you tired of doing all the talking in your workshops and want to get your audience more involved? In this workshop for those who lead workshops, you learn the basics of experiential-learning theory, how to develop outcome-based learning objectives, and how to use interactive teaching methods. This class was formerly titled, "How to Design & Teach a Successful Workshop."

At a glance

What: How to Energize Your Workshops and Turn On the Learning

When: Tue, Oct 24, 8:30am-4:30pm

Where: Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St., Madison, WI

Cost: Standard: $245 | Govt./Non-Profit*: $185 | Lunch Included | *This rate is available to nonprofit and public sector organizations, government agencies, and nonprofit educational institutions. For questions about eligibility, please contact the program director.

Continuing education credit: 7 hours (0.7 CEUs)

Instructor: Kathy Germann

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Approved CE hours for social workers, counselors, therapists, psychologists, and more

You will learn:

  • How to create a welcoming learning environment
  • The characteristics of effective workshops
  • The basics of experiential learning theory
  • The importance of using multi-modal teaching methods to engage different learning styles
  • How to develop outcome-based learning objectives
  • The parallels between stages of group development and stages of a workshop

In addition, you will have the opportunity to gain ideas from fellow participants on one of your workshop designs.

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