The guided walks and talks masterclass workshop concentrates on the advanced skills needed to deliver inspiring guided walks. As always the skills are transferable to any setting for example in a museum, a guided walk at a nature reserve or a village highlights tour.
Over the course of the day we will cover in practical detail;
- what secrets to success make a guided walk or talk inspiring not tiring
- advanced guiding techniques
- getting the story right
- trouble shooting problems
- time to reflect on your current practice
Our workshops are for up to 15 delegates – that’s less than £27.00 per person!
All our fun and inspiring workshops include:
- Follow-up email to all delegates and free support tools such as our Flickr galleries of best practice and INSPIRE email network
- Summary of evaluation data from the workshop – emailed to you within two weeks of the workshop
- Goody bags for all workshop delegates and additional resources available from £2.50 per person
- Travel and subsistence charged at actual cost
- Carbon offset of travel
All our prices are ex VAT.
Like what you see, but not quite sure yet? Maybe you don’t want to buy a whole workshop but just want a place on one? Get in touch with us to discuss your training needs
‘Heritage Insider provides a friendly and approachable service – the team takes time to listen to the requirements of the client and to work closely with them. This is really important at a time when staff capacity is so stretched.’
Before today I was….‘In danger of getting a bit lazy and just keep repeating the same walk in the same way.’
During the session I was thinking…‘About how I could make my walks more engaging and inspire people to put into practice what I was showing them.’
As a result of today I will…‘Look at how to improve my walks and make them more engaging.’
Masterclass delegate, May 2016
‘I think I can safely say that everyone enjoyed the day – we certainly laughed a lot and some great ideas came out of the day. I’ve certainly adopted some of the techniques and even used them as inspiration in other contexts.’
Earth Heritage Trust