With two months left in 2015, there’s a final chance to get started on SenseMaker knowledge ahead of 2016 – we’ve got two courses in London to get you up to speed to start a SenseMaker® project:
An Introduction to Running SenseMaker® projects – Wednesday 4th November
A one-day intensive run-through covering all the essential stages of a SenseMaker project – full of examples and practical exercises to help you think through your proposed project.
Building and Testing SenseMaker® frameworks – Thursday 5th-Friday 6th November
A two-day course that will take in the basics of a project, focusing in particular on the critical early element of building the framework – the questions and prompts, the triads, stones, dyads and multiple choice questions. The course is based around the projects and ideas that people bring to the course – typically participants leave with 80-90% of their framework built.
Unfortunately, scheduling issues mean we’ve decided to delay the proposed Portland courses on analysis and turning insights into action until 2016. If you were planning on attending and need some more immediate support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make sure you get the help you need!
And we’re currently planning the first half of 2016’s training courses – we’ll be announcing those shortly.