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Experiential task, aka team building task design workshop

Experiential Task Design and Composition

A Short Introduction to Experiential Development Task Design and Composition

Date; 2nd September 2017 (other dates by arrangement for groups of 6)

 

Course reference: EDTD-02;

 

Cost: £60 (pilot discount 50%);

 

Location: near Kendal, Cumbria;

 

Further Information: Call Simon McElroy on 07721 906030

 

BOOK A PLACE ON THIS EVENT

Full joining instructions and payment details will be emailed. Places are allocated on a first come basis. Your booking is confirmed once payment (BACS or PayPal) has been received.

 

This Course is For:

Professional people involved in outdoor and indoor experiential development, especially those seeking to further develop their range of tasks and to enhance the learning and benefit for their clients. This knowledge can directly increase the marketability and financial value of experiential development services.

 

Course Content:

This is a one-day introduction to the foundation principles of effective task design and composition for experiential development (aka teambuilding exercises, team development tasks, command tasks, team, leadership and personal challenges, etc).

 

The course format will be a combination of presentation, forum and QnAs with an opportunity to explore the edges of reality and new horizons if time allows.

 

It includes an exploration of the protocols that underpin successful design and composition of experiential development tasks for use indoors and outdoors, including short illustrative tasks, icebreakers, team challenges, day tasks, adventure journeys, leadership projects, etc.

 

The course will consist of these elements:

  • An introduction to the concepts of task design and composition;
  • Task culture and origins;
  • Types of experiential challenge;
  • An exploration of task architecture;
  • An exploration of variable factors and functions;
  • Factors that enable and limit learning outcomes;
  • Exploring a range of uses and relevance to specific learning objectives;
  • How to compose a task;
  • Creating focus on specific learning objectives;
  • A forum for future development;

What's included: A mind full of ideas, inspiration and understanding; the potential for a lifetime of effective task writing; the opportunity to stretch your horizons, share your knowledge and inspire others; a handful of connections to people with a similar interest; tea and coffee, biscuits, possibly even lemon drizzle cake!?

 

What's not included: A day outdoors (sorry), lunch, transport to the event, boredom and disenchantment.

 

For more information and to express interest in this event please call 07721 906030.

 

 

 

Experiential Development Task Design and Composition