- Workshop Planning Checklist | Logistics
- Workshop Planning Checklist | Workshop Design
- Workshop Planning Checklist | Project Planning
- Workshop Planning Checklist | Day of Workshop
- Workshop Planning Checklist | Workshop Wrap-up
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Workshop Planning Checklist | Logistics
Use this checklist as you are preparing to create your live workshop. Below are the 5 key steps for planning the logistics of the workshop. Utilize this checklist to assign key areas to your team members to manage and to track their progress handling assigned duties.
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Series: Workshop Planning Checklists (Roadmap)
- Workshop Design: Strategy, Audience, Outline, Agenda, Learning Materials, etc.
- Workshop Project Planning: Site Planning, Experts, Delivery Style, Speaker Expectations, Requirements, etc.
- Workshop Logistics: Facilitator, AV, Layout, Access, Registrations; Venue Setup; etc.
- Day of Workshop: Objectives, Managing Audience; Actionable Activities
- Workshop Wrap-up: Surveys, Feedback, next Steps
Each Create Custom Workshops (CCW) Checklists has a detailed DIY companion workbook, project plan, and worksheets available for purchase. These additional tools to walk you and your team through the planning process for your workshop.
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