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96.44.189.100 [Template for Training Workshop Proposals]
workshops:training [2014/08/09 13:43] (current)
brenda [Available Workshops]
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 ====== Training Workshops for MHV Members ====== ====== Training Workshops for MHV Members ======
  
-This is a page to flesh out the details ​of in-house training workshops ​wanted ​by members ​and how we will organise and run them. +There is a wide range of in-house training workshops ​being offered ​by members ​for membersMembers ​can also create pages request training to see if there are any members with that skill willing to facilitate ​workshop, or form a group to learn it together.
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-(A few workshops have been added that don't really fit the "small group training on existing equipment"​ criteria, we can split them onto a different page if this becomes ​problem)+
  
 ===== Motivation & Process ====== ===== Motivation & Process ======
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 **The Process** for getting training workshops going on a regular and formalised basis is: **The Process** for getting training workshops going on a regular and formalised basis is:
  
-  ​* identify ​the topics and scope of training required by having members describe workshops they would like to attend. +  ​- Identify ​the topics and scope of training required by having members describe workshops they would like to attend ​or are willing to offer
-    ​* start an annotated list here (on the Wiki) of topics ​and scope of training desired. +    ​- create pages for workshops describing ​the topic and scope of training desired. 
-    ​* point members to this page via the mailing list, Facebook etc +    ​- announce new workshop pages as they are created on the mailing list, Facebook etc 
-    ​put up sign/s at the space. +    ​put up sign/s at the space. 
-    ​* Encourage members to add topics and edit scopes +    ​- encourages ​members to review/edit the workshop pages and nominate which workshops they would like to attend ​and indicate their preferred days and times 
-  * members to review/edit the list and nominate which workshops they would like to attend +    ​minimum number may depend on whether there are material costs involved and whether these are per attendee or fixed (five is a nice number ​for workshops learning about equipment) 
-    ​minimum number may depend on whether there are material costs involved and whether these are per attendee or fixed +    ​- workshop attendees need to be members ​(agree to rules & code of conduct & sign up) 
-    * cost to include access fee for each trainee +  ​- When there are sufficient people likely to be available on particular day (date) and time the session ​can go ahead - update ​the page with the details ​for that session and announce it on the mailing list and facebook 
-    * five is a nice number +  ​Having the space opened and setup for the training (and cleaned and tidied afterwards) and getting any needed extra tools or consumables will be the responsibility of the participants, *not the trainer*
-    ​* for each topic added to the list, members ​should nominate their preferred days and times +    ​- ​Any food and beverage to supplied by the trainees - including for the trainer 
-  ​* we should then be able to use this page to sort out whether there is a genuine opportunity to run a workshop on a particular topic +      ​- ​can be included in cost if the session is long enough to warrant a meal or food break 
-    * ie. whether ​there are sufficient people likely to be available on particular day (date) and time for the session ​to go ahead +  ​One of the trainees will produce a brief report of the session and put it here on the Wiki for future reference 
-    * At that stage we can approach ​the rest of the membership ​for someone to do the training or for suggestions. +    ​this can then be used to improve or repeat the session 
-  ​Having the space opened and setup for the training (and cleaned and tidied afterwards) and getting any needed extra tools or consumables will be the responsibility of the participants ​not the trainer. +    ​it can also become the handout for future sessions and be part of the familiarisation kit / manual for each piece of equipment.
-  ​* ​Any food and beverage to supplied by the trainees - including for the trainer +
-    ​* ​can be included in cost if the session is long enough to warrant a meal or food break +
-    * pizza is nice, but so is Asian from Dickson. +
-  ​One of the trainees will produce a brief report of the session and put it here on the Wiki for future reference +
-    ​this can then be used to improve or repeat the session +
-    ​it can also become the handout for future sessions and be part of the familiarisation kit / manual for each piece of equipment.+
  
- +> Suggestion: the scope of workshops should be limited to practical and hands-on application of the tools actually in the MHV workshop - or brought in for the purpose. They should not seek to cover large topics at the level of theory or principal. ​ For example "3D printing"​ would be too broad - the topic should be something like "​Setting up and using the MHV 3D Printer with a simple design file and basic software"​. ​ Participants should be encouraged/​expected to have done any basic background reading they need before the workshop.
-> Suggestion: the scope of workshops should be limited to practical and hands-on application of the tools actually in the MHV workshop - or brought in for the purpose. They should not seek to cover large topics at the level of theory or principal. ​ For example "3D printing"​ would be too broad - the topic should be something like "​Setting up and using the MHV 3D Printer with a simple design file and basic software"​. ​ Participants should be encouraged/​expected to have done any basic background reading they need before the workshop+
  
  
 ===== Template for Training Workshop Proposals ===== ===== Template for Training Workshop Proposals =====
-Copy the following markup ​to a new page and fill-in as appropriate. +A template has been setup for you to fill in. It will automatically populate the edit box when you create ​new page within the workshops ​namespace.
-//(look into replacing this with dokuwiki ​namespace ​template)//​ +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-=====Course Name====== +
- +
-**Topic:** summary of topic here. +
- +
-====Scope:​==== +
- +
-  * point +
-  * point +
-    * sub point +
-  * point +
-    * sub point +
-    *  +
-====Other details:​==== +
-**Duration:​** eg one hour, half day, full day, multiple sessions +
- +
-|| **Member** || **Availability/​Notes** || +
-|| <Add your name here> || <​Availability>​ || +
- +
-</​code>​+
  
 ===== Adding new training/​workshop pages ===== ===== Adding new training/​workshop pages =====
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 To add a new page, search for the page '':​workshops:​my_new_page_name''​ and then select the option to create the missing page on the search result page. To add a new page, search for the page '':​workshops:​my_new_page_name''​ and then select the option to create the missing page on the search result page.
  
-<nspages -H1 -TextPages="Available Workshops" -actualTitle -simpleList -exclude -r>+===== Available Workshops ​=====
  
 This list is automatically generated and includes all pages in the '':​workshops''​ namespace - pages created as '':​workshops:​page_name''​. This list is automatically generated and includes all pages in the '':​workshops''​ namespace - pages created as '':​workshops:​page_name''​.
  
 +{{pagequery>​ @. *;​sort=ns,​title;​group;​cols=2;​hidestart;​bullet=square;​proper=head;​display=title}} ​
  
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