We would like to take the opportunity to personally thank you for choosing to attend Getting to the point – 2-day interactive seminar.
We are very excited at the prospect of working closely with you over the course of the training and assisting you to achieve your desired outcomes.
We are sure that you have some questions about logistics as well as how the workshops will be run. It is our intention to provide you with as much information as you require so that you will be well prepared for the workshop.
As facilitators, we like our participants to have fun and enjoy themselves while learning in new and different ways. Most importantly, we want our participants to develop and demonstrate deeply embodied skill. Of course, we will be teaching concepts, theories and principles but at the end of the day, it’s what you’re ACTUALLY able to do with your NEW skills that really matter, not how well you can talk about what you could POTENTIALLY do. As such, the learning environment will be set up to ensure that experiential learning can occur.
Provision has already been made for you to access a private Facebook Group where participants can continue to discuss, apply and share insights, learning and relevant information with each other. You will be added to the group on commencement of the workshop.
We are passionate about learning and know that you all learn differently, so bring a cushion, small bean bag, blankets or whatever makes you comfortable plus an open mind and a spirit of curiosity
There is are no notes for this course but feel free to bring your Laptop, iPad or paper to take notes.
Tea, coffee, water and snacks will be provided for morning tea and afternoon tea. Lunch is not provided. There are plenty of cafés around the area to have lunch. We will be serving light snacks
If you have specific dietary requirements or allergies, please let me know before the training program commences, no later than the 1st of February, so that I can factor that into the morning and afternoon food selections.
Getting to the point – 2-day interactive seminar will be run on the following dates: April 28th & 29th 2018
The workshop will run from 9 am – 5 pm.
We will start at 9amsharp in order to optimise our day.
It is requested that all participants please be at the venue by approximately 8:30 am in order to start on time
The workshop will be held at:
Deskworx Level 1, 3 Wellington Street, St Kilda, Victoria 3182.
Deskworx is located one floor up (accessible by lift or stairs) on the corner of Wellington Street, St Kilda Junction. Look for the coloured ‘Lego block’ building with Icon Coffee underneath and we’re right across the road.
Public transport: Tram numbers 3, 16, 64 & 67 run through the St Kilda Junction in front of our doors, and there is plenty of free one-hour parking available on Wellington Street and two-hour parking on surrounding streets. We are also a close walk to Windsor train station.
Parking: Street parking is available on Wellington Street as well as a number of neighbouring side streets.
Here is a link to it on Google Maps https://goo.gl/maps/bZ69rEfxdQR2.
If you have any further questions then please feel free to email us using the form below.
We have a huge amount of info to go through over the two days, and we like to structure our courses around what you would like more information on, so we highly encourage you to email us with what particular things you would like covered.
We are thoroughly looking forward to seeing you on the workshop in April and spending 2 fun-filled days with you, while we explore the fascinating topic of human experience and work together to unlock your potential to achieve great things!
Kirsten Wolfe and Paul Mischel