No experience required. You CAN draw.
Learn the bikablo® technique via a proven step by step process that builds upon each module, taking your from a simple line to creating stunning integrated visuals.
Why Bikablo Basics?
The bikablo® technique opens the door to the world of visual thinking, facilitation and communication that enables people to work better together, solve complex problems and learn from each other in a fun and creative way.
Who is this for?
This training is designed for… everyone! Including:
- Those of you new to drawing
- The more advanced visual facilitator
- Team Members and Knowledge Workers – ANYONE that would like to add to their communication toolkit and introduce creative thinking into their workplace
- Improve your flipcharts or whiteboarding skills
- Improve your training materials, presentations and workshops with more impactful visuals – ditch PowerPoint
- Facilitate more effective conversations
- More creative way to capture outcomes or decisions, your ideas and thoughts
- Use visuals to make workshops and meetings fun
- Visualise an approach or process
- Tap into your creativity that may unlock ideas and inspiration
Marc Hundleby, bikablo® global trainer for Australia and New Zealand.
What to expect
In a relaxed learning atmosphere, over 2 days, you will become familiar with the basic building blocks of the bikablo® technique (graphic elements, containers, people, symbols, handwriting and live capture) and how to combine them to create flip chart posters that communicate your ideas or the ideas of the groups or individuals you work with.
In addition to the 1 day training, you will learn handwriting and how to capture live data, you will also have more time to practice and consolidate your learning from day 1.
This training will be in English with a maximum of 12 participants to support an optimal learning experience.
Holding the pen and drawing bold lines
Drawing clean lines and structuring space on a flipchart.
Graphics and text containers
How to create simple arrows and connecting elements from basic geometric shapes in order to present related topics. This includes text containers (e.g. speech bubbles) which can be used to support different types of messages.
Objects and symbols
How to draw simple symbols (also referred to as icons, and pictograms) to highlight key messages. Learn what is essential, and what can be left out.
Learn how to draw a simple figures, communicate roles, groups, and situations.
Learn basic principles of colour, how to apply colour to your flipcharts and how to fill spaces in a quick and simple way that supports that will help the reader make sense of the information.
Learn how to improve your handwriting on flipcharts to make them more legible and visually attractive.
Learn how to capture information live through the creation of a poster that captures the outputs of a group brainstorming process.
Posters and Flipcharts
Combine all of the elements learned in the training (graphics, writing, symbols, figures, and colour) to create to a flipchart or poster specific to your work that you can use immediately (welcome, agenda, instructions, group work, etc.)
All materials and supplies needed for the training are provided, we also include morning and afternoon tea.
Every participant receives an official StarterSet which includes: four visualization markers and two Starter Booklets (in English) that summarize the principles, content, and techniques of the training.
Photos of the training will be provided to participants in a digital format after the workshop to use as a training reference.
A certificate confirming your participation in the training and a list of the content covered in the course.
An invitation to join the bikablo® alumni online community where you can find further readings, links, tips, tricks and opportunities to exchange ideas with other participants.
One-off 15% discount to purchase Neuland material.
bikablo® Copyright & Usage
The bikablo® technique and our training concepts are protected by copyright. As a participant, you acquire the right to use the imagery, drawing techniques and visualisation methods you have learned for your own work.
Should you be interested in passing on the bikablo® technique to others or running training sessions based on the bikablo® training concept, please get in touch with us.