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+Acumen: Facilitator’s Guide to Human-Centered Design

Sharing knowledge and teaching others is a win-win: it grows your leadership and advances the community. Building on your experience with the human-centered design and workshop facilitation, you’ll learn to plan and lead a one-day, hands-on introductory workshop for 5 to 20 people who have little to no knowledge of human-centered design. The materials include a script, presentation, worksheets, and agendas to maximize your success.

Syllabus

SECTION 1: FIRST THINGS FIRST
SECTION 2: PLANNING GUIDELINES
SECTION 3: WORKSHOP CONTENT AND TOOLS
SECTION 4: CLOSING OUT

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Self Paced
Institution Ideo.org
Provider +Acumen
Language English
Hours 2 hours a week
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