The Art of Online Creative Facilitation
A course on how to deliver brilliant and creative workshops and
The virtual workshop has become ubiquitous over the last couple of years, and although face to face interaction is back, virtual working isn’t going to go away. Most organisations who deliver training, workshops, classes or other similar things are now looking at a hybrid approach, catering for everyone.
This course is for you if:
You’ve resisted moving your facilitation online but now realise you might need to
You’re already delivering online but would like some inspiration and new tips and tricks
You’re fairly new to facilitation and would like to learn more
You’re a s**t hot facilitator, love delivering online but always open to new ideas
This 2 hour, interactive lively course will explore:
- The basic tenets of good facilitation
- What needs to be adapted in a virtual space
- How to keep everyone safe and included
- How to deliver in creative ways, and inject playfulness into your facilitation
- How to use zoom to its full potential
Alongside the 2 hour session, you will also receive resources on different apps/platforms you can use, how to set up a second camera, a sample Working with Children & Vulnerable Adults Online policy and more.
Bonus: Exclusive opportunity to join the monthly meet-up group (The Online Creative Facilitation Playground) upon completion of attending the Art of Online Creative Facilitation Workshop
Workshop Dates - Select Option You Would Like to Attend Below:
Cost per Head: £32.00
(If you’d like to discuss a training package for your organisation, please contact Sarah at [email protected])
Your trainer, Sarah Longfield, a creative producer and coach has over 20 years’ experience of delivering creative workshops to people, from all walks of life, aged 2 to 102. Sarah also has extensive experience of delivering training that is fun, practical and ensures everyone is whipped up into a whirlwind of enthusiasm.
Recent training and facilitation clients have included Tate/National Galleries of Scotland, Inspiring Scotland, Ignite Theatre, Creative Entrepreneurs Club, East Lothian Play Association, Short Circuit and Engage (the umbrella organisation for Gallery & Museum Educators).
Feedback from recent participants at an Art Online Facilitation
“A really enjoyable session with loads of tips and tricks, with all the advice beautifully demonstrated!”
"Thorough, excellent for beginners and improvers, empowering, uplifting, fun, light and a great bunch of participants. Got through so much in a short space of time. Everyone would benefit from this. Thank you”
“It was great- I learnt so much and it was exciting to see how creative things can be online”
“Great session with some good ideas which I can take forward and use. thanks”
“Sarah was a great facilitator and the session had a nice relaxed feel about it”
“Very well presented, plenty to think about, many thanks”
“Fun, enlightening, learned loads :)”
“Very engaging and useful tips”
“Informative and engaging”