The WORKSHOP Workshop
teaching passionate entrepreneurs how to design and deliver exceptional workshops
In this Highly Interactive Course You Will Learn...
How to Decide What to Teach
It can be really hard deciding what information to teach. Where do you start? How much content do you include? How do you make the information flow? By the end of this course you will have your first workshop completely laid out and organized.
How to keep it interesting
There is nothing worse than being in a course/workshop where all the facilitator does is read from their slides. You’ll walk away with over a dozen ideas on how to be interactive with your group (including how to use technology).
What to do When Things Go Sideways
How do you handle that difficult student? What if your technology doesn’t work? You’ll learn how to professionally handle the most common situations that you’ll face so that they don’t pull you off course.
and so much more!
This course is for you if:
- You want a new stream of revenue for your business
- You want to leverage your time and impact more people
- You want to gain more confidence in sharing your knowledge and passion
- You've already been teaching courses/workshops and want some new ideas
Date: October 27 (5-9pm), 28 (9-5:30), 29 (9-5:30) plus a final project to submit after the course is completed.
Location: Alchemy Centre, 431 Mountain Highway, North Vancouver
Cost: Personal Training Collective members $397, non-PTC members $697
How this workshop helped Katie...
About your Facilitator, Brenda Adams
Brenda has been teaching courses and workshops for over 14 years. Her passion for creating amazing learning experiences for her students inspired her to complete her Master's Degree in Adult Education. She believes that knowledge only results in change when it's shared in a way that is engaging, meaningful and applicable to the real world. She is a Master Educator for Canadian Fitness Education Services, a Trainer of Fitness Leaders with BCRPA, author of the BCRPA Train the Trainer Facilitation Manual and was the 2014 BCRPA Educator of the Year.