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AQR Workshop - Welcome to the Games

Workshops aren't just souped-up focus groups, but require a specific set of skills. This day course will provide a good starter kit for those looking to develop their knowledge in setting up and running successful workshops.

The course will cover how plan your workshop, work with clients in advance, design and facilitate the sessions and deal with difficult situations.

The course will be a mix of teaching and putting into practice, so if you're up for a hands-on, energetic day, run by two individuals who are really enthusiastic about workshops and what can be achieved through running them successfully, then do sign up!

  • Quotes from previous games

“Most genuinely useful session I’ve been on since I first started in research. Loved it, thank you! Credible, expert course leaders”
“A terrific workshop training session for all levels. Full of wise advice, tips and tricks”
“A really fantastic course, lots of practical tips and plenty of opportunity to get involved”
“A really great way of learning how to run, talk about and create workshops”
“Great workshop and great that the day was like a workshop itself, learning all the time. Iain and Kate were fab, made to feel very comfortable”
“Clear well-thought out and helpful. Gave a good understanding of principles and then opportunities to practice. A great pair of teachers”
“A high energy day that left me with a huge toolkit of exercises and ideas”

  • Course Tutors:

Iain Carruthers, IC&CO
Kate McEnery-Evans, Director, Discovery Research

AQR Members discounted price £245 + VAT (all membership to AQR is individual not corporate)
Non Member's price £395 + VAT (includes 12 months membership to AQR)

Booking: Online booking through the links below.

12 July 2019

9.00 to 5.00pm

The London Art House
2-18 Britannia Row London N1 8PA

Map of location:
StreetMap of N1 8PA

Standard Price:
£395+Vat (Book Online)

Member's Price:
£245+Vat (Book Online)

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