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3 With your permission, we’ll send everyone a link to
an online pre-workshop questionnaire. This will
help get them thinking about the programme and the
answers will help the facilitator prepare for the specific
group they can expect on the day.
4 The delivery style on the day is facilitative, engaging,
experiential. PowerPoint is kept to a minimum. People
are never more than twenty minutes away from the
next activity. Different types of activity are used
throughout the session, to keep people engaged and to
accommodate different learning styles. (The webinars
are a different experience, of course, but still highly
engaging – and we can vary the level of engagement
according to which platform you prefer to use, whether
that’s Skype, Zoom, GoToTraining, Lync, whatever).
5 The different formats are designed to aid flexible,
cost-effective delivery and to accommodate
different clients’ circumstances and preferences.
Some organisations prefer to stick with the full-day
programme; others want the flexibility of half-day
workshops, either for two different groups on the
same day or for two different programmes; for some
organisations it’s the bite-sized or taster session
that works best, whether as a ‘lunch ’n’ learn’ or with
multiple sessions during the day; and for others
logistical considerations make webinars the only viable
solution. The choice is yours.