Games, Tools & Techniques

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Games, Tools & Techniques Overview

In this 1-day Games ,Tools & Techniques workshop, you will experience eight practical activities that will demonstrate the process from rapport and trust building, through topic changes, to recall and evaluation.

Be prepared to have fun and learn at the same time-exactly what you will then be able to provide in your own workplace!

Who Would be Interested?

  • Training Coordinators
  • Workplace Leaders
  • Learning and Development Specialists
  • Program Managers & Consultants
  • Small Group Leaders
  • Workshop Facilitators
  • Instructors & Instructional Aides
  • Human Resource Consultants
  • Instructional Designers
  • Business Trainers

“I believe the largest knowledge gained from this session was seeing activities from both a participant and facilitator lens.  What we often believe is working from the facilitator lens, may not be working from the participant’s position and vice versa.”

Registration Fees:

Non-Profit Rate – $300 plus 5% GST

Private/Public Sector Rate – $450 plus 5% GST

Learning Outcomes

  • Receive a copy of the “Engagement Activities Guide”

  • Participate in eight activities listed in the Guide

  • Discuss the application of the eight activities and alternative uses

  • Suggest debrief questions to make activities relatable to work

  • Provide feedback on process and materials

“As a facilitator, I am always looking for new tools for my toolkit, especially ones that are simple, affordable, and engaging. The facilitator was highly experienced and able to anticipate our needs and deal with any questions. This underscored the importance for me that while tools are valuable, the ability to guide and debrief is at the core of a successful facilitation workshop.
This is wonderful training for enhancing your performance as a facilitator. New techniques guided by an experienced facilitator make for a full and rich package.
Perhaps the most important piece of this for me in my own work is knowing that the tools and techniques you gain are simply launching pads. Everything we learned can be shaped and molded to meet the unique and specific needs of each facilitator and/or setting.”
Darrell Cole