Super T - Creative workshop design

Friday, June 12, 2009 - 20:37 to Sunday, June 14, 2009 - 20:37

This fun, intense 3-day workshop is for trainers who want to design engaging, impactful workshops, teachers who want to add spice to existing curriculums, and anyone who needs to communicate with groups in a way that empowers.

You will...

  • Increase your ability to design educational experiences and invent new activities
  • Explore the art of arranging activities in the most powerful sequence
  • Learn how to increase a group's flexibility and openness to using powerful exercises

Led by

This workshop is normally led by a team of three of the following trainers Daniel Hunter, Karen Ridd, Erika Thorne, Hannah Strange or Matt Guynn.


The workshop begins with registration at 7 p.m. Friday and ends at 5 p.m. Sunday. Please be advised that participants are not allowed to miss sessions and that this training does include evening sessions.


If taken separately from the Super-T, this workshop costs $115 US-$255* US, sliding scale based on income. The fee includes over 22 hours of training, meals from Friday breakfast through Sunday lunch, and simple lodging for people who request it.









University of Alberta T6G 2C5 Edmonton , AB
53° 31' 34.8564" N, 113° 31' 14.502" W
Alberta CA
Ariel Bowering

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