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Public Learning & Development Workshops

Laughology delivers learning and development workshops and programmes to organisations throughout the UK. But for some of you, that's not enough. You asked us if we ever run public workshops outside of the workspace. Well, now we do.

Creative Facilitation Skills

1 day learning and development workshop

One Drummond Gate, Pimlico, London SW1V 2QQ

This workshop will teach you to become a facilitation 'Ninja'. We will show you how to lead inspiring learning events, productive meetings and motivational presentations.

Our workshops are delivered by expert trainers who have experience as award-winning comedians, international motivational speakers and business consultants. We cover content including creating a great PowerPoint, dealing with difficult questions, effective storytelling, language techniques, body language, image and presence and turn you into a confident master communicator.

Creative facilitation workshop includes:

Engaging your audience
Scientific and innovative insight into how we access and absorb information. The importance of emotional engagement in your role as a facilitator/trainer/learning guide.
Confidence, faking it and delivering with passion
Using exercises and interactive theory, delegates will be given techniques to help them lead sessions in a way that is confident and assertive while being aware of different personalities in the room and individuals may need from a facilitator to fully engage and learn.
The learning process
People learn best when they experience a situation for themselves and can relate it to their life. Including discussions and activities within a learning session, encourages understanding. As well as this having a clear understanding of what to do next to implement learning, motivates learners to do things differently or change behaviours. Therefore, having a process to ensure delegates have tangible takeaways as well as developing a personalised, fun and original ways to check objectives have been met will embed learning further.
Creative facilitation, ideas and creating original content

We know the most effective way to learn and teach is to engage people emotionally. The brain works best when positive neuro-transmitters are firing. Therefore, as a facilitator or trainer if you can help the brain fire through enjoyable and inspiring content – you will get better outcomes. It’s simple the brain is drawn to things it enjoys, it creates stronger neuro-connections which mean the information is stored and retrieved better. Delegates will gain insights into best practice for creating content in a way that does this.

Teams will have a chance to perform a short (max 7 mins for each small group –) presentation to the rest of the team to include what they have learnt and share something about their expertise.

Each delegate will also receive electronic resources/links and further information to help them be great trainers and design great sessions going forward.


  • Early bird :

    £395 + VAT

  • Standard:
    £495 + VAT
Early bird finishes 31st Oct, 2021

This creative facilitation workshop is also available as a commissioned workshop.

Course facilitator is Kerry Leigh

Kerry is a professional comedian and compere and was the child star of the Operation board game TV ads

Liberty Living

Wendy Garrett
The presenter was great, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and very funny. I gained a lot from the workshop which will help me to deliver stats in a more engaging way, how to be and feel more confident when you're not, and to know It's OK not to know the answers to your audiences’ questions.

Atkins, Aerospace, Defence, Security and Technology

Great. The presenter really motivated everyone...Many of the participants have raved about how much they enjoyed the course and how useful they found it.

Hull University

Kate Jude
The presenter was knowledgeable, relaxed style, funny and engaging. It will help me stimulate group discussions by using some of the tools and technique.

The Food People

The most important things I gained from the course was how to engage the audience through storytelling, the importance of group discussions and developing confidence in facilitation. The facilitator was really engaging and a great example of an engaging facilitator.


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