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Party Planning: Run Icebreakers, Games and Team Builders


Mon 13 Nov 2017, 8:00pm–9:15pm

Where: Laneway Learning Centre, 22-24 Bennetts Lane, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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What’s it all about?
Planning an upcoming hen’s night or bucks’ night? Asked to organise an icebreaker at an upcoming work event? Just looking for some fun and interactive ways to break out of your shell? This is next level party planning!

This is the answer you’ve been looking for! We are going to learn how to get people to interact and connect, and play around and have fun while we do it!

What will we cover?
This class is introduction to organising and running party, team building, and ice breaker games and activities. From personal to corporate events, small groups of friends and large groups of barely-aquaintances.

You can’t learn how to run a game or activity without trying it, so this is going to be a super interactive class! To start, you can participate in a variety of team builder and ice breaker activities. Then, we will talk about the different games and discover some key points, including:

- What activities are best suited for what types of groups.
- How to run activities to maximise group participation and engage everyone.
- How to ensure that the activities are a fun and engaging part of an event.

Who will be teaching?
Elise profile picture.Originally from Toronto, Canada, Elise has made Melbourne her home for the past two years. Trained as an experiential educator, she spent over 5 years leading a not-for-profit organisation that ran educational, social, and leadership programs for university students. She is currently the Community Development Manager at deskworx, a coworking space in St Kilda. She enjoys working to help create the most conducive environment for start-ups and small businesses to thrive in a shared environment. When not hanging out at the coworking space, Elise loves exploring the flora and fauna of Australia.

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