We are proud to be a National Activity Partner for Learning at Work Week 15-21 May 2023!
Learning at Work Week 2023
For this year's theme of 'Create the Future', we have developed a short, team training activity called The Cresta Run. It's an opportunity to practise working as an efficient team, with additional learning objectives around communicating, problem-solving and working under time pressure. It lasts just 30 minutes excluding the debrief and can be used in face-to-face training sessions.
In the activity, each team has to plan and then build a run (down which a ball must run) to maximise the number of points they achieve with their 'final run' (which takes place at the end of 30 minutes).
It's a great opportunity to examine how teams work, team roles, the need to plan, communicating, handling conflict plus ideas around improving procedures by inputting ideas, listening to others and measuring performance - plenty to discuss at the Debrief!
A Free Northgate Activity: The Cresta Run
- Lasts 30 minutes + debrief
- For any number of delegates (in teams of 3-6)
- For face-to-face classroom use
- Designed to allow teams to practise a wide range of skills including problem-solving, communication, time management, influencing skills, leadership and teamwork!
Request your copy now!
Simply click here to request a copy of our Learning at Work Week activity (or you can request it via LiveChat on our website or by emailing email@example.com) and we'll send it to you via the online Northgate Trainerhub. It's completely free for you to download and use in your training programmes, with as many delegates and as many times as you wish.
And please let us know how you get on using it with your delegates!
What is Learning at Work Week?
Learning at Work Week is an annual event in May organised by the Campaign for Learning. It aims to highlight the importance and benefits of learning and development at work. Supported by National Activity Partners, you can find lots of information and resources on the Learning at Week website.