Tuesday, 31 July, 2018 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 1 August, 2018 - 16:00


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31 July 2018 –1 August 2018 | 9am-5pm

National Center for Higher Education
Washington, DC

The Leadership and Training Studio is pleased to announce a fall session of Program Design School. This two-day event in Washington, D.C. will help you write like a pro, develop curriculum with more speed and give you a process to design innovative programs. 
It's time to join the Program Design School if you:  

  • Struggle writing creative curriculum year after year.

  • Need to write quickly or move past writer’s block.

  • Are trying to rehash another “values-based" course or bring life to an existing course.

  • Need a specific plan and clear steps to write consistently.

  • Need new ideas for teaching methods beyond the boring, unoriginal and overused methods.

  • Write task-related curriculum, like how to run a meeting, use Roberts Rules of Order or put together a strategic plan.

  • Write competency- or soft skills-based curriculum, like feedback, confidence or managing conflict.

  • Want to network with professionals, and leadership and education professionals from institutions and headquarters.

  • Want to learn the trends in leadership development for all types of adult learners.

  • Want to save time and money for your organization.

 Who Should Attend?

  • Leadership development educators who create programs for students

  • Professionals who oversee leadership strategies or write curriculum

  • Directors and presidents who train boards on policies, procedures and more

  • Education professionals who serve their headquarters or institutions

Join The Leadership and Training Studio for a two-day, hands-on, engaging and entertaining seminar. I will share how I wrote 90 programs in four and a half years and still have more ideas. (As a matter of fact, I have written eight new courses in three months.) You will learn how to write participant guides, facilitator guides, identify 40 learning methods and understand why you can’t write learning objectives until the end of your course! By the end of the two days, you will have a template for writing consistent and engaging material with ease.