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New course structure, and first in Amsterdam

July 14, 2008

Steve and I just finished work on a new training course structure. We have taken the current three day course and stripped out all the SenseMaker™ material into a new one day programme. The rest of the narrative, networks and complexity material is now part of a two day course which provides accreditation, with a strong recommendation to attend the third SenseMaker™ day if people want to run narrative software projects. That third day will also be available at low cost to all existing practitioners who want to learn how to configure, sell and interpret narrative projects that use the software. This also means we are clearly separating the open-source method material from software. The early roll out of this is planned for Amsterdam this September with a November cluster in Copenhagen, London and Boston proceeded by Singapore in October.

Amsterdam provides an opportunity to attend from most of Europe with easy connections to Schipol Airport and thence into the city centre where the course will be held. A chance not only for new people, but also for existing practitioners to catch up with SenseMaker™

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