Training for Trainers
Friday 14th October 2011, 10am-4pm
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SR
Storyteller CPD | Skills
What does it take to be an effective trainer? How can you get the best out of yourself – and those you’re training? Join Jamie Jauncey and Ruth Kirkpatrick to look at best practice approaches, your own training style and practical tools to help you deliver engaging and meaningful storytelling training. This day-long course is relevant to experienced storytellers who want to develop their abilities as a training facilitator, and anyone else who wants a fresh approach to delivering training events.
£40/£34 Network members To Book : 0131 556 9579
- Look at planning a session
- Consider personal training style and aims
- Explore different audiences and learning styles
- Consider structure and content of a session
- Consider how to engage with a group
- Try out some story-related exercises
- Hear others’ ideas and consider some challenges
Programme – The morning will be lead by Ruth Kirkpatrick who will address the specifics of storytelling training, from the practical to the cognitive. You will have a chance to plan a workshop to fit a scenario. In the afternoon Jamie Jauncey will lead the session to look more generally at how ‘story’ can be a valuable tool in training, and explore various ways in which it can help us connect with ourselves and others.
The whole day will be experiential and fun.
Please note there will be a break for lunch, but food is not provided. The Storytelling Café is open, or you’re welcome to bring a packed lunch. There will be tea and coffee breaks during the day.