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Visual Facilitation

Get started on becoming a visual facilitator, using drawings and visual elements to enhance understanding and learning. 

A lot of information is exchanged via text, but that is not how we best capture and remember things. Powerful techniques such as sketchnoting, visual facilitation, and graphical recording can help to better memorize and facilitate.

This visualization workshop will get you started on becoming a visual facilitator, using drawings and visual elements to enhance understanding and learning. We will discuss and especially practice some of the essential elements and techniques to create more powerful documents, notes, whiteboard drawings, or flip charts.

This visualisation workshop will get you started on becoming a visual facilitator, using drawings and visual elements to enhance understanding and learning. We will discuss and especially practice some of the essential elements and techniques to create more powerful documents, notes, whiteboard drawings or flip charts.

The objective of this session is to teach the participants the basics of visual facilitation (writing, drawing, visual elements, …). This happens during the first half day of the course, with a lot of practice. This day is more or less the same as the one-day essentials training. In the second half of the day, we focus on the technique of graphic recording and visual facilitation and how to use visuals to capture information and create better understanding and learning. The focus is on inspiring and making sure the participants are able to visualize and use these techniques to facilitate meetings, presentations, and training.

After this training, you will have learned the basic elements that you need to start sketchnoting, visual facilitations, and graphical recordings.

Method of working 

Don’t expect to be sitting down and watching text-based Powerpoint slides about visualization. No, we will give you some paper and markers and invite you to experiment and have fun with the visualization theory and examples we’ll provide.

Practical

  • Max 12 participants
  • 1 day
  • Live