Can we tempt you with a taster?

CupcakesThinking of coming on a case workshop but not sure if it’s right for you? Perhaps you’ve heard about the case method, but don’t know much about it? Or maybe you’re looking for new ways to enthuse and inspire your students. If so, one of our professional development workshops (PDWs) will be perfect for you.

We hold PDWs on the case method throughout the year at various conferences and events. Led by one of our highly experienced case method tutors, these taster sessions are the ideal way to find out more. They’re mostly under two hours long and usually free for conference delegates to attend – we’re sure you’ll have fun, learn a lot, and be inspired to explore further.

PDW diary dates

We expect to be running PDWs at the following events and will confirm details as soon as we have them. Watch this space!

Scott Andrews

Secrets for Successful Case Writing

Friday 12 October, 10.45h-12h, at 2018 Annual MAM Conference, The Westin, St Louis, MO, USA

A PDW from The Case Centrae, led by Scott Andrews, Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Work Based Learning at the University of Worcester.

MAM participants will have an invaluable chance to learn about the case method and case writing at this PDW. The 75-minute session is suitable for both newcomers being introduced to case writing, and case authors seeking fresh inspiration.

The session is free-to-attend and requires no registration.

Calling conference organisers…

Would you like us to run a case method PDW at your event? If so, email us to find out more. We’re happy to attend most venues around the world, but do let us know well in advance so we can get things organised. Find out more about the case method

 

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Case workshops for faculty and students

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If you’re new to case teaching or need to brush up your skills, why not come on a workshop or ask about our customised workshops? You can double up and organise a complementary Student Session to introduce your students to the excitement and exhilaration of case learning.