Taking your workshop online
Tips and ideas to help you create a virtual workshop
You can't always deliver a workshop face to face, so here are some tips and ideas to help you to host a workshop online. The fundamentals of workshop design and delivery are the same, but there are a few things that you will need to think about a bit differently to make it work in a digital environment. This free course includes:
- Some top tips and pointers
- A video to show you an activity you can do with a digital whiteboard
- A video sharing ice breakers and warm ups
- A video showing you a closing activity
- A list of resources
This is designed to go alongside Workshop Essentials Online which is a paid for course that gives you the fundamentals for designing and deliver a workshop.
My mission is to share my passion for engaging, interactive and participatory workshops in a way that moves us all on from dreary meetings, and boring presentations.
I'm all about getting group dynamics and two way communication spot on.
There are many ways to deliver a workshop, but the best way is to create something that is a real experience for your participants. The clue is in the word - participants. The people who come to your workshops come there to get stuck in, not to be passive observers.
I want to help people do workshops that are fun and interactive, with a strong focus on the group, and the workshop environment.
I have been working for myself for 5 years, and Workshop Essentials as a face to face workshop has been running for 4 of them. I now want to reach a broader audience and enable more people to get their workshop geek on!
You can find out more about me by visiting my website.