We provide professional development workshops around the country. We provide training for youth workers, teachers, artists, tutors and social workers. We also facilitate workshops for large corporate groups, small and medium sized businesses and professional sports teams. All of our training is practical and action based, using creative and experiential learning tools and activities.
Some of the topics we can cover include:
- Personal and corporate values
- Creative expression
- Stress management
- Personal and group identity; building a positive team/group culture
- Youth advisory and participation processes
- Youth Development Strategy in practice
- Youth Worker Code of Ethics
- Facilitating Groups with Young People
- Spoken Word Best Practice when working with young people
- The power of storytelling
- Self-Care, ethics and boundaries
If you're interested in a topic you don't see listed here, please get in touch. We often work on custom pieces of training and can tailor our delivery to suit your needs.
"A BIG thank you for yesterdays ‘Spoken Word’ workshop. We loved it! It was amazing to get everyone out of their comfort zone and thinking creatively."
- Anna Stove, General Manager GlaxoSmithKline
"Ramon is very personable and adaptable if changes need to be made at short notice. He is also firm and strongly believes in what he is doing so will not compromise on what he considers important. He is professional and reliable. It has been a pleasure to collaborate with Ramon for this initiative and I hope to offer his expertise to a wider range of students next year."
- Penny Bradford, MEd (1st Class Honours) Te Pae Tawhiti Manurewa High School
"Every connection between the boys and Action Education was positive and meaningful. It is such a privilege to see these lads grow into themselves, to realise the potential they have, to put it simply, to believe in themselves. This growing confidence has been commented on by their teachers, as their confidence in writing grows, their success especially in English has improved."
- Ainsley Burns, Librarian Dilworth Senior Campus