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    Date Nov 24, 2016
    Time 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Venue Mandarin Orchard Singapore
    333 Orchard Road
    Singapore 238867
    Fee SGD 595.00
    For Member
    SGD 565.25
    NoteBreakfast, two tea breaks and buffet lunch will be served; complimentary car parking coupon will be provided upon request
    Other Date(s)1) Jun 05, 2017
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    You may reach us via
    T: (65) 9879 6267
    E: info@ccisg.com
    To register via fax, fill in This Form and fax to (65) 6310 5430.
    400% Tax Deduction or 40% Cash Payout of the course fee (net of government grant or subsidy) under PIC scheme for training of employees! For details, please refer to www.iras.gov.sg/irashome/PIcredit.aspx
    Having a creative mindset and being able to innovate are highly valued in the modern workplace. These are not always skills that are easy to access, especially when deadlines are looming. This workshop will teach you many creative problem solving techniques that you will be able to put in your toolbox and take out whenever you need them.

    Discover how to adopt a creative mindset. Learn exciting and fun methods for coming up with lots of ideas. Get practical tools and tips to help you create and innovate. Join us for a mind expanding day.
    Objective
    By the end of the training session, you will:
    • trust your amazing creative brain
    • understand the creative problem solving process
    • know how to use several ideation techniques
    • have considered how to refine your amazing ideas
    • know what steps to take to make your idea a reality
    Outline
    Learning launchpad
    • Defining creativity creatively
    • Innovation vs. creativity
    • When the magic happens

    Warming up your creative brain
    • Free association
    • Deep association
    • Crazy connections
    • Impossible products

    The creative problem solving process
    • Defining the challenge
    • Ideation techniques
      - That’s great! – warm up
      - Reverse brainstorming
      - Characteristically creative
    • Refining your ideas
    • Sharing your ideas persuasively
    Who should attend
    If you want to develop your creativity and the ability to innovate then this is the course for you. You will find new ways of generating ideas and gain confidence in your own creative approach.
    Methodology
    The programme will be a mixture of presentation, hands-on activities, discussion and role-play.
    Testimonials
    The facilitator is outstanding. It's the trainer that delivers the 'oomph'! Thanks.
    Senior Manager, Ngee Ann Polytechnic

    Andy helped us use a variety of creative approaches to address some big issues we were facing. The team had fun, presented some great ideas for solving real problems and did it together. Great job!
    Gerry Liston - Regional Director Central and South Asia, British Council

    Relaxed informative and definite expert domain relevance. Andy is good, really good.
    Chan, National Cancer Centre
    Andy Gurnett's Profile
    Andy has worked in learning and development in Singapore and the region for over nineteen years. He ran the British Council’s Professional Development Centre for several years and, prior to setting up The Right Angle, spent two years as a Deputy Director working for the Singapore Government’s Institute for Adult Learning. Andy has trained thousands of people in a range of topics over the years and has developed a very clear understanding of what people and organisations need to make their learning successful. 

    On the subject of innovation, in the last few years he has worked with organisations such as Mendaki SENSE, SCG, Black and Veatch, TUV SUD PSB, the Singapore Government, and YKK.

    Andy has a degree in Electronics from the University of Keele in the UK, a post-graduate certificate and diploma in adult learning, and a number of practitioner qualifications in learning tools for team and leadership development. He is a professional grade member of the Adult Educators’ Network, Singapore.

    When not busy helping his clients, Andy can be found roaming the city taking photographs. He is a keen abstract photographer and in 2010 shared his ideas on creativity in photography at a TEDx Singapore event. In 2012 he held his first exhibition called ‘Accidental Art’ and has since exhibited several more times.

    Andy can also juggle balls, clubs, knives and flaming torches. He was co-organiser of the British Juggling Convention in 1993 and still believes he can teach anyone to juggle in 10 minutes.
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