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[ 2005-02-10 ]
 

Interpretive Training Courses
Plas Tan y Bwlch (Snowdonia NP Environmental Study Center), Wales

 www.plastanybwlch.com 

10-12 May, 2005
Planning and Presenting Live Interpretive Programs and Tours

Organizer: John Veverka & Associates. John is a Certified Interpretive Planner and Trainer, and a Certified Professional Heritage Interpreter.

Description: This course is designed to help any interpreter who is involved in presenting live or conducted interpretive programs, or involved in training interpreters in the strategies and techniques to present live programs that Provoke, Relate, and Reveal - create memories, and move the spirit. Some of the course content will include:

  • Recreational learning - why visitors attend interpretive programs.
  • Planning for the total program - objectives, themes, audience and more.
  • Basics of Interpretation theory and best practice (provoke, relate, reveal).
  • Non-verbal communication basics.
  • Verbal communication and "theater" in your presentations.
  • Adding a little magic to your presentation - really!
  • Evaluation of your programs - did they work in getting your message
    across?
  • Lots of in-class practice activities and hands-on experiences.


    Contact: plas@eryri-npa.gov.uk for registration details, or John Veverka jvainterp@aol.com for content details.


    13-15 September, 2005.
    Interpretive Master Planning

    Organizer: John Veverka & Associates. John is a Certified Interpretive Planner and Trainer, and a Certified Professional Heritage Interpreter.

    Description: This course is designed to provide participants with state-of-the-art strategies, techniques, tools and instruction to develop an interpretive master plan for their site (parks, botanical gardens, zoo, historic site, natural area or preserve, etc.). Some of the topics that will be covered will include:
  • Recreational learning - How your visitors learn and remember your messages.
    * The interpretive planning model.
  • Planning for total site interpretation - objectives, themes, audience and more.
  • Basics of Interpretation theory and best practice (provoke, relate, reveal).
  • Planning and design of interpretive media and services (outdoor panels, exhibits, demonstration areas, self-guiding services and more).
  • Site thematic analysis, outcome based planning, markets of one, and more.
    * Total site interpretive planning.
  • Evaluation of your programs and services - did they work in getting your message across?
  • Lots of time and coaching for you to work on your individual interpretive plan during this course. You will leave the course with a working draft of your interpretive plan.

    Participants should bring an interpretive planning project with them to work on (recommended, not required).

    A copy of the text book Interpretive Master Planning will be provided to each participant, as well as other interpretive planning handout materials.

    Contact: plas@eryri-npa.gov.uk for registration details, or John Veverka jvainterp@aol.com for content details.

    All registration questions should go directly to Plas Tan y Bwlch.

    John Veverka
    http://www.heritageinterp.com




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