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TRAINING WORKSHOPS for FACILITATORS


This page lists my original directory of workshops.

All of these workshops are still available

but you may first prefer to view these more up to date specimen programmes.


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REVIEWING SKILLS TRAINING
WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

  • The training workshops listed below are enjoyable, effective and participatory events: experience-based learning about experience-based learning.

  • For clients' perspectives on these events view their testimonials.

  • The typical learning sequence is explanation, example, trying out the skill or method, reviewing what happened, and considering developments and alternatives. On longer programmes you experience reviewing both as a participant and as a facilitator.

  • Relevance is ensured through pre-course negotiation, preparatory exercises and mid-way evaluation. You choose the approach that best suits you: off-the-shelf, mix'n'match or start from scratch based on your needs and interests.

  • Supporting handouts are included with all workshops to minimise the need for note-taking and to maximise involvement.
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KEY TO 26 WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

Index to sample programmes provided by Roger Greenaway.
[CODE] GROUP TOPICS
PB1-7 Developing Reviewing Skills
(based on Playback)
PB1 KICK START TO REVIEWING
PB2 DISCUSSION-BASED REVIEWING
PB3 ACTIVE REVIEWING
PB4 CREATIVE REVIEWING
PB5 CONSTRUCTIVE REVIEWING
PB6 REVIEWING WITH A PURPOSE
PB7 REVIEWING FOR GROUP DEVELOPMENT
OA1-4 Outdoor Adventure OA1 REVIEWING OUTDOORS
OA2 REVIEWING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
OA3 WHY REVIEW ADVENTURES?
OA4 EVALUATING ADVENTURE
YP1-2 Reviewing with young people YP1 REVIEWING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
YP2 GROWTH THROUGH ACTIVITIES
AL1-3 Reviewing with Adult Learners AL1 REVIEWING WITH ADULT LEARNERS
AL2 TOOLS FOR REVIEWING in OMD
(OUTDOOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT)

AL3 HOW TO TRANSFER LEARNING
OBJ1-4 Reviewing for Key Purposes OBJ1 RAISING SELF-ESTEEM
OBJ2 DEVELOPING COMMUNICATION SKILLS
OBJ3 DEVELOPING TEAMWORK SKILLS
OBJ4 DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS
OBJX Achieving other objectives: please ask
TT1-4 Training Others to Review TT1 PROMOTING EFFECTIVE REVIEWING
TT2 REVIEWING WITHOUT A FLIPCHART
TT3 REVIEWING ISSUES IN GROUPS
TT4 DESIGNING CREATIVE REVIEWS
CD3-4 Custom Designed Training
(2 examples)
CD2 A 2 DAY TRAINER-TRAINING COURSE
CD3 A 3 DAY TRAINER-TRAINING COURSE

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LIST OF WORKSHOPS

  • For some workshops you will find detailed descriptions on this site.
  • For most other workshops you can sample their 'flavour' by clicking the links to web pages that are relevant to the particular workshop.
  • For further information about these and other workshops, send a message to roger@reviewing.co.uk naming the titles that interest you.
PB1 KICK START TO REVIEWING
For: activity specialists and others who are keen to add to the value of activity-based programmes.
Focus: a solid and inspiring grounding in the basics of reviewing activities in groups, mostly using discussion-based methods.
PB1 Workshop Description

PB2 DISCUSSION-BASED REVIEWING
For: those who want to extend or enliven their discussion-based reviews.
Focus: trying out a basic but versatile toolkit of reviewing methods for stimulating and enhancing verbal reviews.
Flavour (PB2): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

PB3 ACTIVE REVIEWING
For: those who want to improve their review sessions by using active methods.
Focus: trying out and developing a number of active reviewing methods that learners will enjoy and value.
Flavour (PB3): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

PB4 CREATIVE REVIEWING
For: those who want to improve their review sessions by using creative methods.
Focus: trying out and developing a number of creative reviewing methods that learners will enjoy and value.
Flavour (PB4): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

PB5 CONSTRUCTIVE REVIEWING
For: reviewers of all abilities who wish to develop their skills in providing and facilitating constructive feedback.
Focus: exploring and practising positive and enjoyable approaches to observation, feedback and appraisal.
Flavour (PB5): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

PB6 REVIEWING WITH A PURPOSE
For: those who want to improve their review sessions by helping learners to achieve their objectives.
Focus: trying out and developing a number of focused reviewing methods that learners will enjoy and value.
Flavour (PB6): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

PB7 REVIEWING FOR GROUP DEVELOPMENT
For: those who wish to generate a better climate for learning and development in the groups they work with.
Focus: using reviewing for accelerating group development and for easing or pre-empting difficult situations.
Flavour (PB7): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

Roger at annual EEEurope meeting Baldovec 2004
OA1 REVIEWING OUTDOORS
For: those who use outdoor activities and exercises for experience-based learning and development.
Focus: maximising opportunities for learning and development while in an outdoor environment.
OA1 Workshop Description

OA2 REVIEWING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
For: those who use outdoor activities and exercises for experience-based learning and development.
Focus: linking review methods to particular outdoor activities and exercises
Flavour (OA2): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

OA3 WHY REVIEW ADVENTURES?
For: those who use outdoor activities and exercises for experience-based learning and development.
Focus: creating commitment to reviewing, and working out a personal rationale for a creative approach to reviewing.
Flavour (OA3): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

OA4 EVALUATING ADVENTURE
For: those who use outdoor activities and exercises for experience-based learning and development.
Focus: developing evaluation tools that will improve the quality and effectiveness of your adventure-based programmes.
Flavour (OA4): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

YP1 REVIEWING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
For: those who use activities in their work with young people.
Focus: trying out reviewing methods that are particularly suited to young people's developmental needs and issues.
Flavour (YP1): a sample of potential ideas, resources and activities

YP2 GROWTH THROUGH ACTIVITIES
For: those who use activities in their work with young people.
Focus: combining fulfilling activities and stimulating reviews into empowering programmes that draw on young people's own creativity and wisdom.
Flavour (YP2): (pdf) the framework on which this workshop is based

AL1 REVIEWING WITH ADULT LEARNERS
For: those who use experience-based approaches to learning and development.
Focus: trying out reviewing methods that inspire learners with a wide range of learning characteristics and preferences
Flavour (AL1): this workshop is based on the implications of key findings from research about how adults learn at work and on experiential programmes

AL2 OUTDOOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
For: Outdoor Management Development trainers.
Focus: extend your toolkit of reviewing techniques develop your abilities to use these tools more effectively.
AL2 Workshop Description (2 days)

AL2 HOW TO TRANSFER LEARNING
For: Providers of experience-based training
Focus: How to improve the chances that the full benefits of your training are transferred to the 'real' world.
AL3 Workshop Description (2 days)

OBJ1 RAISING SELF-ESTEEM
For: people who use activities for this purpose
Focus: using reviewing to build confidence. Strategies for success.
Flavour (OBJ1) Also see: 13 strategies

OBJ2 DEVELOPING COMMUNICATION SKILLS
For: people who use activities for this purpose
Focus: using reviewing to enhance communication and develop skills using a variety of 'low tech' media and methods.
Flavour (OBJ2) 'Reviewing for All' describes a range of methods for engaging people in reviewing and communicating.

OBJ3 DEVELOPING TEAMWORK SKILLS
For: people who use activities for this purpose, providers of teamwork training
Focus: key issues, strategies and opportunities to consider when using experiential learning to develop teamwork skills.
OBJ3 Workshop Description

OBJ4 DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS
For: providers of experience-based leadership training
Focus: how to create plenty of leadership experience within a short course, and how to maximise learning from these experiences.
Flavour (OBJ4) Also see: Feedback Exercises

TT1 PROMOTING EFFECTIVE REVIEWING
For: experienced reviewers who want to develop the reviewing skills of others.
Focus: exploring practical trainer-training issues, and sampling a resource pack for promoting effective reviewing.
Flavour (TT1): an index of potential ideas, resources and activities

TT2 REVIEWING WITHOUT A FLIPCHART
For: those who always end up at the flipchart, blackboard or projector, and believe there's more to reviewing.
Focus: weaning people away from habits that can stifle experience-based learning.
Flavour (TT2): an index of potential ideas, resources and activities

TT3 REVIEWING ISSUES IN GROUPS
For: those who wish to consider and practise strategies for overcoming blocks to reviewing in experience-based events.
Focus: understanding why resistances to learning may exist, and exploring ways in which these can be overcome.
Flavour (TT3): takes you to an article about resolving conflicts.

TT4 DESIGNING CREATIVE REVIEWS
For: experienced reviewers wanting to refresh and extend their repertoire of reviewing methods.
Focus: the workshop will follow the reviewing cycle, using reviewing methods to develop reviewing methods.
Outline (TT4): for more detail

CD2  A 2 DAY TRAINER-TRAINING COURSE
For: both 'new' and 'experienced' reviewers
Focus: management development in indoor and outdoor settings (a custom-designed course for a staff team of 16 people)

CD3  A 3 DAY TRAINER-TRAINING COURSE
For: a multinational outdoor training provider
Focus:
1. effective reviewing
2. maximising learning for clients
3. personal, professional and staff team development
4. product development


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