Learn how to design and deliver interesting graphics and visuals
• Want to create visual tools that your learners and participants interact with?
• Want to improve your visuals, posters and graphics?
• Want to practice how to write neatly on a flipchart?
• Want to learn new ways to create visuals that have impact and meaning?
Bored of using powerpoint as your main visual tool for communication in workshops?
Find it difficult to keep participants engaged with your content?
Think there is another way to share your messages but can’t work out how?
If yes join the SOF Graphics Class for an action-packed day of no-nonsense drawing and visual graphics. This practical one day class is led by the talented Emer O’Leary who is a trainer and graphic facilitator. Meet Emer on her website
At SOF we rarely use powerpoint when delivering a workshop or meeting. We use visuals and find them to be effective, impactful, long lasting and more interactive than powerpoint. We will admit we were a little nervous about our drawing skills at first. With time and practice, our confidence has grown and our visuals improved.
By joining the Graphics Class you will learn:
At the end of the class you will:
Not based in the South?
Why not join Emer on The Secrets of Simple Graphics workshop in Edinburgh.
24th April 2020
25th September 2020
‘A brilliantly enjoyable, experiential day in a very safe and clever pair of hands.’
‘I signed up at the last minute thinking it would be a good use of my CPD hours. I was blown away. The course exceeded my expectations. Loads of creative ideas on how, when and where to use graphics in your work and lots of practice.'
‘Fun, energetic, well-paced, interactive with much supportive learning, Emer’s practical workshop has inspired me to unashamedly introduce graphics to my workshops.’
'I did your course at the Story Museum in Oxford and just wanted to let you know that I've been using it in so many ways - it's really been life-changing! Working in publishing, people are very word-focused, so it's great to be able to present ideas differently, and it helps me to get my thoughts and proposals seen by the right people.'
‘I was interviewed for a new associate role recently and they loved my flipcharts! Still trying to master the pens but so love being able to communicate more creatively so thanks again for organising.'