Sunday 27th January 2019
10am – 5pm
Royal College of Music, London
Arts Council England has funded Good Vibrations to run a day-long effective facilitation workshop for music practitioners to develop their facilitation techniques.
My understanding of facilitation has been enriched, revitalised and broadened.”
– Participant, 2017
About the training:
- It will be run by Good Vibrations, a national charity with an excellent reputation in criminal justice and mental health settings. See academic research on Good Vibrations’ impact and approach.
- You will immerse yourself in the experience of being a participant in a condensed, typical Good Vibrations course.
- You will observe an experienced facilitator modelling a range of facilitation techniques and experience the impact on group dynamics and musical outcomes.
- You’ll have fun and will get the opportunity to get to know other practitioners working in challenging circumstances.
- You’ll get recordings of the music you produce on the day.
- You’ll learn a new skill – to play Javanese Gamelan!
- We’ll share new Royal College of Music research on our facilitation approach – the theory behind what you experience on the day.
- You will come out feeling inspired about the potential of incorporating the new facilitation techniques you’ve learnt into your practice.
Please note; the Royal College of Music is undergoing extensive building works, if you have any additional physical requirements please let Malcolm know.